Scuba diving in Mammelles Rocks
Diving at this site is possible for novice and experienced divers. The water is warm and clear with light current. The depth of the site ranges from 5m/16ft to 20m/66ft.
When to go
The water temperature stays around 28C/82F from January to March and 26C/78F from July to September. The average air temperature is 24-29C/75-84F.
What to see
The site features some interesting rock formations which are home to colorful reef fish, schooling common big-eyes, schooling soldier fish, schooling pick-handle barracudas, turtles, anemones, clownfish, puffer fish, schooling fusiliers, groupers, sting rays, white-tip reef sharks, yellow fin jacks, octopus, lobsters, lionfish, moray eels, shell fish, hump-head parrotfish and dolphins.
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