Located 15 kilometers from Moyo Island, this dive site is well known for its steep wall, which descended into a depth of over 40 meters. On the way down, a group of triggerfish, bannerfish, angelfish, butterflyfish, clownfish, and batfish are among the reef fish that can be seen swimming freely.
Hiding among the nooks and crevices of the corals are different species of moray eels, frogfish, and pygmy seahorses. You can also spot green and hawksbill turtles, which often saunter through this region. Also, colorful staghorn, brain, sea fans, and sheet corals are plastered on the wall, even though the damage from the dynamite fishing is displayed.