Octopus Reef

The site is named from its many channels that resemble octopus tentacles when viewed from above, rather than the sea creature, which is also abundant at the site. 


The site has something to offer divers of varying experiences and is particularly good for honing mapping, night diving, navigation and buoyancy skills.


In the shallows it starts off rocky and gradually descends to a sandy bottom with  seagrass meadows.  


Marine life includes trigger fish, grouper, lionfish, moray eels, nudibranch, sea urchins and of course octopus

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