Slightly further west from Blue Corner, is this fascinating site. From the shallow reef, you can enter from any of four openings and descend into an enormous underwater cavern. When the light is right, the feeling inside is of being in a submerged cathedral.
The bottom drops to 35m and you'll discover a good variety of sea fans and whip and cup corals. The fish life is also diverse and larger pelagics, including barracuda, tuna and jacks can be encountered along with grey and white tip reef sharks.Other frequent visitors are snappers, wrasse, groupers, butterflyfish and turtles.
You can spend a good deal of time on this dive and its uniqueness in the area makes it a must on your visit.