Cabbage Patch is named after a bank of brilliant yellow lettuce coral set in a sloping wall along the southern reef. divers can expect clear water, a variety of hard coral, schools of fish, sightings of eagle rays hanging in the current, reef sharks, anemones and macro life.
Sharks, turtles, eagle ray and cuttlefish encounters are common on this part of the barrier reef along with schools of barracuda and reef fish.
- 24 m
- Courant modéré
TYPES DE PLONGEE
- Plongée dérivante