Meaning three rocks this dive site is probably the most current affected in Komodo. Due to its exposed location in the Linta Strait the submerged rocks
in deeper water to the west offer excellent habitat for grouper and other big fish such as napoleon wrasse.
Giant trevally, barracuda and other big pelagics are often seen here along with the occasional manta. Coral growth is stunted due to the fierce currents.
The best diving entry is at the northeastern side of the three rocks. Swim anti clockwise until reaching some big boulders at 33 meters depth. After exploring the area around these boulders turn around and swim back, keeping the reef to your right.