The dive begins with a jump into the water right next to the picturesque islet with its dozen overwater bungalows (meant for tourists). The islet is well known of its wondrous reef starting by the piers already – allowing you to move dry footed between the shore and tourist huts.
The beginning of the underwater journey is very calm. The mild current should not pose a problem even to the most unexperienced divers. However, later the current increases in strength and there is also a noticeable wave. Even at greater depths (about 15 m) it is able to move divers back and forth by two meters. Because of the harsh conditions, it is crucial to have a proper equipment configuration and a streamlined silhouette.
Make sure to avoid having hanging equipment – such as manometers and octopus – that could get caught on the hard corals. Water movement – at times violent – would most certainly make freeing themselves a very difficult task for the unfortunate diver.