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Tomoko Point

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Photo Jacques Vasseure

Tomoko Point is a maze of tunnels through the reef where the sun’s rays illuminate superb orange fan corals. You will see lobsters, myriads of small fish and the occasional shark before finishing your dive on a beautiful untouched coral reef. It is not uncommon to see passing manta rays or eagle rays. This dive site which is 6 miles from our base is suitable for intermediate to experienced divers. The maximum depth is around 20 meters although confirmed divers often go deeper. The ambiance of this dive is appreciated by photographers.




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Gorgone Reef

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Alcyonair Reef

Alcyonair Reef


Shoji Reef

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Shoji Reef is a forest of fan corals and soft corals. The current, which can get quite strong, makes this a drift dive suitable for more experienced divers. It is usual to see schools of grey reef sharks, trevally, tuna and barracuda. You can also see the occasional hammerhead shark, manta ray or eagle ray playing in the current. This dive site is around seven miles from our base and the depth is between 18 and 30 meters.

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The Arch

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Photo Jacques Vasseure

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Jouan Reef

Jouan Reef


Cape Martin

Cape Martin


The Church Bombies

The Church Bombies


The Canyon

The Canyon


White Cross

White Cross


Dive sites

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Photo Christophe Maes