|Depth:||3m to 30+m|
|Location:||Northwest corner of outer Atoll between Fen Muli and Kottey|
|Transfer Time:||approx. 55 min's|
Large swells and strong currents, particularly on the North-West point. Very nice coral on most of the site. Reef drops down steeply in some places but is mostly a gentle slope down to 30m+. Directly at the corner there is a small plateau with nice corals at a depth of 12 to 15 metres and some sandy patches where you can sometimes find feather-tail stingrays. As the reef slopes down around the point you can see and area of stag-horn and elk-horn coral after which there are some small patches of rubble and broken coral. At 24m there are two large coral heads which are home to a vast number of fish. In the shallow areas there are lots of butterfly fish, damsels, wrasse and surgeonfish. Look out into the blue for the chance of seeing large pelagic.
|Features:||Massive coral formations, soft corals, sea fans, stag horn and Elkhorn coral.|
|Marine Life:||Reef sharks, green turtles, honeycomb and moray eels, barracuda, batfish, unicorn fish, napoleon wrasse, and eagle rays.|