Dive in Pulau Sipadan


    Barracuda Point Pulau Sipadan, Malaysia

    This dive site has a great barracuda shoal (between 500 and 1000). You may have dream about pictures of fish shoals taken from above... here it is a geat place to live this!"From Big Drop (800 m depth) we took boat to Barracuda Point, where jack and barracuda schools were waiting for us. The current…

    Coral gardens Pulau Sipadan, Malaysia

    Great living corals and marine life.

    Hanging Gardens Pulau Sipadan, Malaysia

    cracks, black coral, barrel sponges and some tiny sea slugs.

    Lobster lairs Pulau Sipadan, Malaysia

    Nice dive with lots of cracks with lobsters. Sharks and mantas are living inhabitants of this part of the reef.

    North Point Pulau Sipadan, Malaysia

    South Point Pulau Sipadan, Malaysia

    You can see the same barracuda shoal than in Barracuda point. Take care of the current.

    Staghorn Crest Pulau Sipadan, Malaysia

    Great coral garden in the shallows and a plateau near 15 meters deep.

    The Jetty Pulau Sipadan, Malaysia

    One of the best beach dive of the world!

    Turtle Cavern Pulau Sipadan, Malaysia

    The entrance of the cavern is on a sandy floor at 18m deep. When you go inside, the cave go down to 21m and then become smaller. There is a marlin skeleton inside (put there by a resort diver!)If you follow the left hand side of the cavern you will end up in front of a tunnel. The tunnel connects…

    Turtle Patch Pulau Sipadan, Malaysia

    Turtles :) But also White Tip Sharks, parrotfish shoals and nice table corals.

    Turtle Tomb Pulau Sipadan, Malaysia

    Turtle Tomb is a small cave system behind turtle cavern.If you follow the left hand wall of the cavern to the end and swim arount the big rock in your way you will end up in front of a small tunnel big enough for one diver to swim through. Behind that tunnel a cave opens with several side tunnels.…

    West Ridge Pulau Sipadan, Malaysia

    Black corals, turtles, groupers etc.

    Whitetip Avenue Pulau Sipadan, Malaysia

    Below 30m, there are a lot of sharks (whitetip and grey sharks) and some very nice sea fans and black corals.