This dive site is one of the most accessible ones I have been to. It is a short swim (about 50 yards) from the Eden Rock Dive Facility which is a well-equipped dive centre and provides easy entry into the water. There are several tunnels where very large tarpons congregate. Groupers are seen sometimes and of course, turtles are very frequently spotted. The reef is beaming with marine fishes, but of course, look out for barracudas. It is a good site to navigate, even without a compass. You don't have to worry about boats as the area is demarked and no boats are allowed in. It is a great dive site for a novice diver, not to mention an excellent place for a night dive.