Passe en S #5B

This site is a beautiful valley of white sand with a few coral blocks here and there. The contrast between the rock and the bright white sand on good days is magnificent to observe.

Many species of corals can be identified on this spot. We can also observe stingrays that take advantage of the sand to camouflage themselves.

Level

Level

  • Beginner
  • Advanced
Visibility

Visibility

  • 13 m
Current

Current

  • Light Current
  • Strong Current
DIVE TYPES

DIVE TYPES

  • Drift Dive
  • Wall/Drop Off
  • Cleaning Station

Temperature & Visibility

Dives

Wildlife Diversity

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Passe en S #5

This site is a valley of white sand with a few coral blocks here and there. The contrast between the rock and the bright white sand on good days is magnificent to observe.

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Passe en S #6

The 100-foot drop-off is far enough away from the buoy. To reach it, you have to cross a sand valley and small canyons on which coral heads and other isolated rocks are placed.

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Passe en S #10

At the foot of the anchorage is a blue anemone that a family of clown fish has chosen as their home. The sand here slopes gently down to 30 metres, where the fall begins.

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Passe en S #3

Anchor a little far from the edge of the plank. The drop-off starts at 20 meters and ends at 55 meters. This dive joins buoy 4 nicknamed “Merou Palace.“

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Passe en S #11

In the S-pass turn, #11 is a step-shaped drop-off. The first drop is 15-20 metres and the second is 35-40 metres. The block on which the buoy is anchored is rich in coral of all kinds.

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Passe en S #2

The drop-off is close to the anchorage. The top is at 30 meters and goes down to 60 meters. There are large, sandy areas with isolated reef blocks.

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Passe en S #9

Located in the southeastern part of the channel, the #9 is interesting to dive heading due west. The configuration of the site is the same as all the pass entrance buoys. It has a staircase drop-off with steps at 25 and 40 meters.

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Passe en S #7

#7 is 15 meters deep. You arrive very quickly at the drop-off, which goes down to 55 meters. A nice dive on a clear day.

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Passe en S #12

The 12 is a gentle sand slope up to 25 meters. The top of the drop-off is 30 metres and descends to 55 metres. The wall is covered with white coral.

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Passe en S #1B

The site starts at 4-5 meters on the flat, then a dive down to 20 meters to meet a lot of life at this site. A beautiful coral infrastructure emerges from the drop-off.

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