This dive site is located on the east side of Atauro Island, close to Beloi, and is known for its topography. This sheltered bay consists of fringing reefs in the north and south and then joined by a small barrier reef before leading to the drop-off.
Napoleon wrasse is one of the common species found here, and reef sharks occasionally make an appearance. The hard corals in this region are in good condition, and these environments support a variety of fish species like triggerfish, groupers, tuna, barracudas, snappers, and sweetlips, among others. In 2012, Conservation International reported that 294 reef fish species are found at Beloi.