|Depth:||5m to 44m|
|Location:||Northeast corner of outer atoll, East of Ismehela.|
|Transfer Time:||approx. 60 min’s|
Visibility can be poor, especially near the corner. The reef is very dramatic, changing as you drift along and there is the possibility to see large pelagic and occasionally manta rays. Much of the East corner was damaged through coral bleaching in 1998 and is still recovering; the worst affected being the top of the reef which is mainly covered in rubble and dead coral. There are a lot of anemones between 10 metres and 20 metres and some large gorgonians at depth. On both sides of the corner there are some large overhangs between 15 and 30 metres.
|Features:||Overhangs, gorgonians, table corals, anemone.|
Grey reef sharks, white-tip reef sharks, barracuda, turtles, moray eels, occasionally marlin and sailfish.