Rasfari is a relatively short reef slope along the west side of Rasfari island, and takes its name by the Rasfari region where it belongs. Is a protected marine area, but fish life is not as good as in other dive sites. Visibility is quite good and it is possible to see the reef sloping down from the boat. The reef goes from 10m to 30 or even 40m in some parts. Small sandy patches are scattered along the slopes. Here you can find grey reef sharks, schools of big eye trevally and eagle rays. Also some claim to see here oceanic white tips.