The reef starts in very shallow water and slopes down to a sandy bottom. The coral outcrops are covered with Christmas tree tubeworms, the plate corals are home to small tropical fish and soft corals.
On an ebb tide, you can drift along the reef while seeing feather stars, moray eels, turtles and fusiliers to name but a few species. This is a popular night dive when tubeworms can be spotted at their best. You can drive all the way to Sabang Point with minimal effort. Crosscurrents are common on a flood tide.
A coral slope down to 20m makes this an easy dive, except when currents are running – you can pick up quite a lot of speed here. If you drop in the middle of the bay, you will most likely encounter a wreck at 18m, tilted to the side.
Many Frogfish, especially the black variety, have made this area their home. Look around in the sand and you’ll find lots of small holes, most of them inhabited by the shy Jawfish.
See anything green running swiftly over the sand from one coral to the next? It’s probably a Mantis Shrimp, they are very common here. Plenty of small reef fish, Crinoids and Nudibranchs.