A shore dive in a beautiful bay. Despite a narrow entrance, this dive spot is a good choice for most weather conditions, although visibility may be poor at the start if there are strong waves and low tide. A sandy bottom slopes down with the reef on both sides covered in beautiful corals, especially huge fire corals. On the north side, small caves hide lots of tiny fishes. Anemones sway in the current with clownfish darting in and out. Sometimes you can find turtles and barracuda here. Schools of snapper and goatfish populate the south. Snorkelling is also excellent here when the weather is fine.