Because of the geographic location and the topography, the island is home to a great variety of shark and pelagic species. The island towers up from the deep, much like a vertical cliff, consequently attracting a huge diversity of sharks and other pelagic life that utilize the surrounding reef for cleaning, feeding, and maturing. This makes diving great all year round, making each dive exciting and adventurous.
With every dive, divers have an opportunity to encounter plentiful varieties of massive pelagic fish such as Giant Trevallies, Snappers, Great Barracudas, Skipjack, and Dogtooth Tunas, and a whole host of spectacular reef fish that come with a healthy and thriving coral reef.
There is always potential to observe sharks and maybe even some rare species.
The most frequently observed species include, Tiger Sharks, Thresher sharks, Hammerheads, Whale sharks, Grey reefs, notp, and White tip reef sharks, along with a myriad of pelagic fish and countless colorful reef fish throughout the rich coral reefs.
Some less frequent but uncommon encounters include Scalloped, Mola Mola, Oceanic Mantas, Oceanic white tip sharks, spinner, and silky sharks.