Sandy Ridge Dive Site in


Sandy Ridge, as its name suggests, is a dive site with a sandy sea floor, making it quite distinctive among other dive sites in the region. This area is known for its blue-ribbon eels, but this is also a spot where a giant clam is visible in all its majestic size.

Other marine life spotted here are snappers, jacks, fusiliers, catfish, lionfish, and cuttlefish. You might witness cuttlefish mate or lay eggs in Sandy Ridge if you’re lucky. Even with a sandy bottom, different soft corals and sponges, like tube corals, lettuce corals, and gorgonians, can still be found here.

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