The diving depth of the site reaches a maximum of about 24 meters. While following the slope and ledges around the rocks, you will be amazed at the marine life you will find, large schools of pickhandle barracudas, red snappers, blue spotted stingrays, beautiful triggerfish, crocodile fish, unicorn fish, hawksbill turtle, wrasse, parrot fish, damsels, puffer, rabbitfish and a lot more. Black tip and white tip reef sharks are frequently around the five adjacent rocks of this astonishing site. The walls are covered with corals and surrounded by fusiliers, batfish and surgeonfish. As you ascend, you will see countless of giant trevallies and barracudas drifting by, while hunting coral groupers who escape to the safety of coral overhangs. You might find electric clams in a few places on the site and also sometimes Batu Lima hosts feeding mantas.