Great dive…especially at night. At night, lots of shrimp, turtles (Big ones), and moray (saw a dragon moray there). When we dive here we like to go to the right toward the cleaning station on the first wall. Then if conditions and surfers allow, we'll head out on the bottom to the second reef. Second reef is much more active, and good place to find Tiger Cowrys. You can always go left on the reef, as there is lots of new coral out there. Start on the bottom and work your way back along the top of the reef. Visibility is usually better on the bottom, but normally it stays a little below average. It can get murky so have your compass. Remember the beach is around 120'. Definitely have some hard soles and watch the exit and make sure the surf doesn't kick you down. You don't want to have to put your hands down anywhere...lots of urchins. Happy Diving!