Scuba diving in Sepok Wall
The Sepok Wall dive site is located at the northwest point of the island of Tingloy. The dive site features a beautiful coral wall that drops down to a depth of around 25m/82ft. However, to see the lush coral gardens at this site, divers don’t need to go that deep, because beautiful gorgonians and colorful sponges start to appear at depths of only 5-10m/16-33ft. If they carefully inspect the wall, divers will find an amazing variety of little creatures hiding in various nooks and crannies. In the surrounding waters, divers will see plentiful shoals of small reef fish.
When to go
Divers can enjoy diving at the Sepok Wall site all year round, because the sea water is always warm here, ranging from 25-30C/77-86F depending on the season.
What to see
Huge gorgonians, colorful sponges, several species of nudibranchs, sea cucumbers, colorful anthias, damselfish, lionfish, surgeonfish, and many other species of reef fish are all present at this dive site. Occasionally, divers can see larger fish species and also pelagic species, including trevallies, grouper, and jackfish.