Cave Reef Wall
Dhigu Thila is a narrow and long thila going from east to west, about 150m south east of Anga Faru. The top is at 6m and goes down to 30m, with a sharp drop off in the easter side.
In this dropoff there is a large cave at 13m full of black coral. All along the south part there are many big bright caves, between 20 and 25m, with whips and seafans. Inside use to be groupers, squirrelfish and wrasses and pipefish.
The thila ends with a sandy bottom where is easy to find black spotted stingrays. On the top of the thila there are some patches of fire coral.