Scuba diving in Fallen Tree

From Shore, From Boat
Diver level
Average: 18 m
Maximum: 45 m
Slight, but there is a possibility of strong currents.
Average: 10 m
Maximum: 30 m
The site features a gradual slope that starts from the coast and goes down to 18m/59ft, and then a steep wall which slopes down to about 45m/147ft. The wall is covered with black corals and gorgonian sea fans. This site is a drift dive for advanced divers.

When to go

The best time to dive this site is from December to June. The average water temperature ranges between 27-30C/80-86F all year round.

What to see

On the slope frogfish, pegasus and rare nudibranchs can be spotted. The site is home to schools of barracudas and Big eye jacks, turtles, and in case of incoming current, tunas, mackerel and numerous snappers.

Reachable from


Liveaboards with trips to Fallen Tree

Reviews about Fallen Tree

Do you have an insight or story on this dive site? Tell everyone about it.