Normally protected from the wind and current. This is an obvious drift dive. Drop a few hundred meters up north and swim with the wall on the right. The wall is broken up by ledge at 35m, ascending into a plateau at 15m with table corals and hard corals of a spectacular kind. You can see giant moray eels, eagle rays, octopus, cuttle fish
Two lines of ergs emerge from a flat sandy sea bed. One way to make it easier is to head out on the east side and come back on the west. There are plenty of gorges and channels to cross over on your return. You can take some gorgeous photos particularly in the small tunnel in the east pinnacle. You can see big schools of banner fish, goat fish, blue spotted rays and crocodile fish.
This site known as the seven pillars, you find five pinnacles two of the five pinnacles are spilt at the top which is likely to be the origin of the name seven pillars. Plenty of cracks and caves give shelter to marine life. This is the ultimate dive site for photographers and videographers. You can see over there such as Napoleon, lionfish, Jackfish and turtle.