There are other beautiful sites in this cluster of islands, you will find a submerged seamount and a beautiful ridge for instance. The fish life in the area seems never ending, and is full with napoleon wrasses of all sizes, schools of barracuda and batfish, baby white tip reef sharks sleeping under the table corals, and on some occasions maybe a manta ray can be seen around the cleaning stations. You will also see green turtles, wobbegong sharks, reef sharks, snappers, unicorn, surgeonfish, sweetlips, groupers, angel, trigger, damselfish, blue dash fusiliers swarming around you in large numbers, and so many more species.
In deeper sections look for the huge variety of colored nudibranchs, sea slugs, pygmy seahorses, flatworms and pipefish, mantis shrimp. And pay attention to the less common reef inhabitants such as lobsters, other crustaceans and octopus lurking in many of the fissures of the reef.