Nudi Rock is a small island in the Fiabacet chain that was given this name for two reasons. The first reason is based on the opinion of some imaginative divers who think that the shape of this little island looks like a nudibranch from a distance. And another reason is the fact that the surrounding waters host an amazing variety and quantity of nudibranchs that can be found hiding with many other little critters in the beautiful soft corals. This dive site is a real paradise for macro photography lovers.
When To Go Diving
It is possible to dive at this dive site any time of the year, because the annual water temperature of 29C/84F provides comfortable conditions for year-round diving.
What to see
The shallows of Nudi Rock are occupied by an interesting variety of nudibranchs, cowries, porcelain crabs, pygmy seahorses, and arrowhead shrimp. Besides all the little creatures, divers can expect to see barracudas, dogtooth tuna, big eyed trevallies, and a variety of sharks, such as blacktips, whitetips, and gray reef sharks.