Kani Corner

Kani Corner is basically a slope that goes to 25 - 30 m in a sandy bottom. There are some big blocks this deep and at the right time, mantas visit the blocks or pass by the top of the reef. The current can be strong so take caution.

Here you can see at the right time mantas, eagle rays, stingrays, white tip reef sharks, grey reef sharks, Hammerheads, honeycomb and giant morays, turtles, and napoleons.

Level

Level

  • Beginner
  • Advanced
Visibility

Visibility

  • 20 m
Current

Current

  • Light Current
  • No Current
  • Strong Current
  • Ripping Current
DIVE TYPES

DIVE TYPES

  • Drift Dive

Temperature & Visibility

Dives

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Dive sites nearby

Easy but always nice dive. The top of the reef drops down from 7m to 30/35m and then runs into the sand. Depending on the current, you simply dive the right or left shoulder. With a little luck, this dive site offers everything that makes diving exciting!

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Aquarium / Lhohifushi Corner

This dive site is located right next to the island. The long reef ends into a corner of the canal. Here you can see several highlights. A very nice dive site for beginners as well as experienced divers.

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The reef is one side from a canal between Lohifushi and Kani so you must expect a current. This dive is only for really experienced divers. Without current, you can do nice night dives on the house reef. The reef falls down from 6 to 40m.

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This drift dive is a slope from 5 to 25m. Some big blocks are on the way. There you will find big turtles and sharks passing by. On top of the reef, you see parrotfish, napoleon, morays, and eagle rays.

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This is a typical channel dive, however, the down/up currents found here make for difficult conditions that are not suitable for the beginner diver.

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Tri Mix has a top reef that starts at 3m and has a wall that falls down to 25/30m. On this protected wall, you will find a lot of small and large marine life. There are also small overhangs and a mini cavern to explore. A nice easy dive for all levels.

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A well-protected dive site. The top of the reef is at 4m and is, therefore, also popular with snorkelers. Between 4-6m the wall begins to fall straight down. Many small inlets and crevices.

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This is a gently sloping reef, ideal for beginners and advanced divers. There are many large coral blocks on the reef. This site is great for night diving as well.

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An easy dive site which is ideal for open water dives 3 and 4 OWD, but also offers nice macro stuff. You can find them at the mini wreck or the cargo that lies around the hull on the ground (16-19m). A little further out west (20m) we find a small thila.

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Kani Thila is about 400m from Kani inside and should only be dived by experienced divers. It is already very deep and you must always keep an eye on the air supply. There are overhangs with black coral bushes and on the reef top there are bubble anemones.

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