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Manta Point

Average depth: 12m

Maximum depth: 22m

At Manta Point huge rock formations are found with caves big enough for Ragged-tooth sharks to fit in, and overhangs and ledges with clouds of fish hiding underneath. Swim-through's and gullies are also on the list of interesting landscaping in this area. Ragged-tooth sharks are regularly found seen in November, usually found patrolling the gullies and caves in this area. Schools of tropical fish are also found, along with an array of hard and soft coral on the edges of the reef that look as if has been draped with Leather coral with bits of sea grass in between and a sea urchin here and there. This is a great multi-level dive.

Dive site information taken from "The Dive Spots Of Southern Africa".

 
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