Sloping down gently to 24m, the reef ends at a wall that stretches north for 12kms. The reef is undulating and home to a wide variety of angelfish, groupers, parrotfish and butterflyfish.
Lying partly submerged and right on the edge of the drop-off is the Delsan wreck. The wall is vertical and Moorish idols, surgeons and triggerfish are among the many different types of schooling tropicals seen here. Deeper down, whitetip and blacktip sharks are common and barracuda occasionally pass by as do manta rays.