Scuba diving in King Fish Point
This site is called Kingfish Point due to the huge proliferation of king mackerels that live in this reef. The dive site consists of a sloping reef that descends to a sandy bottom 27m/88ft deep. The reef offers a wide variety of cracks, overhangs, and ledges inhabited by a large variety of marine life, including large snappers and parrotfish, Spanish hogfish, pufferfish, damselfish, black durgeons, triggerfish, and sand tilefish. The gorgonians and sponges are worth checking out as well. Diving is available for all divers.
When to go
Diving is available all year long. The air temperature averages 26-29C/79-84F. The water temperature is around 26-29C/79-84F. The water visibility is 10-60m/32-196ft. The depth of the site is around 30m/98ft. There are no currents.