Scuba diving in West End Wall
This site features a gorgeous wall and a drift dive with some coral outcroppings growing along the base of the wall. The reef crest is tightly packed with multiple varieties of stony corals intermingling with gorgonians and offers an opportunity for excellent snorkeling.
When to go
Diving is a year round activity The high diving season is from January to June. The annual average water temperature varies from 27C/81F to 29C/84F.
What to see
Divers can see healthy corals and sponges, particularly barrel sponges and pillar corals, which are pretty big in this area. Among the variety of fish, divers can spot wrasses, seahorses, durgons, barracudas, chromis, eagle rays, stingrays, tarpons and jacks.
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