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Dive sites nearby

Picasso

Picasso has a large reef top, with many swim throughs, along with cracks and crevices that break up the reef structure. The dive site slopes down to a sandy bottom, with the reef wall becoming steeper at portions of the site.

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Caves of Babylon

A system of large swim throughs, all linking into one central ’cave’. The walls extend up around 20 meters, to reef wall cracks allowing the sunlight to peep inside. Smaller swim throughs branch away from the large path, allowing a variety of options to explore the surrounding reef.

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Tavuniko Point

Tavuniko Point is a reef wall that sits between 40 meters at the bottom, and 6 meters at the top. A key feature of the site is the multiple swim throughs that lead you from the channel to the centre of the wall, where you can see cleaning stations and a huge variety of corals, like Xenia species.

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Garden of Eden

Garden of Eden has a large reef top, with different crevices and cracks that extend to either the sloping or steep drop off, with multiple little swim throughs along the way. The reef wall has a slight current that runs along it, but pockets to tuck into as the wall bends, extending down to a sandy bottom.

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Three Kings

This is where 3 dive sites merge in one spot. ’Coral Awegasm’ to ’The Pass’ to ’Garden of Eden’. Great spot for getting the best of everything in terms of topography. From garden, to wall, to caverns and archways. Great for macro.

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No Man’s Land

A site with multiply ’valleys’ between large coral structures, with many hard corals and soft corals along the peaks and troughs. The site walls off at a certain point making it possible to see deeper pelagic fish at the base of the wall.

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Coral Awegasm

8 minute boat ride away. Fringing reef. Situated amongst 9 other dive sites, Coral Awegasm is great for beginner divers to advanced. Filled with coral garden, sheer walls and caverns.

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Crazy Reef

Crazy reef begins with a beautiful reef wall, that extends out to multiple coral bommies which are surrounded by a sandy bottom. The highlight of the site is the huge array of pavona coral, that covers huge lengths of the site, welcoming schools of fish to live in the area.

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Vatu Dromu

5 minutes away. Located on the point of Narara Island. A chip of the island broke and sunk on the point providing new reef habitat for marine life. 3 topographies on this dive. Sandy bottom coral garden on one side, boulders around the point with wall, crevices & bommies on the other.

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Glory Wreck

Glory Wreck is a 43 meter, Chinese long liner, sunk on purpose, that sits above the sandy bottom slowly becoming an artificial reef. Multiple rooms can be entered, including the captain’s wheel house. Other rooms can be observed through torch light, looking at the old boat system.

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