The top of the root is 6m and the bottom is 30m. The topography is like Ayers Rock in Australia sinking into the water. East, west, north, south and south are drop-offs. There is a small cave on the west side with a remote root. The current can be a bit swift, but it is not that strong. The tops of the roots are wide and covered with corals and anemones.
The tide is not bad, so migratory fish can often be observed. You can often see amberjack and yellowtail migrating. On the top of the roots and the wall, there are anemones, and you can see a big family of anemones living there. In the winter months, stingrays and basking sharks can be easily observed. Hawksbill and whitebait can be seen throughout the year.
- 12 m