Manta Reef is rated as one of the “top 10” diving destinations in the world, with unrivalled manta encounters. Since the 1960s, this spectacular reef has become the area’s signature reef, attracting enthusiastic scuba divers from all over the world. It was even featured prominently in the BBC documentary “Andrea – Queen of Mantas.”
Your dive starts with a negative backroll into a 24m aquarium before gradually falling. You’ll be surrounded by 15-meter-high pinnacles and a plethora of life. The painted frogfish, shrimp, and nudibranchs will appeal to macro fans in particular, but keep an eye out for passing whale sharks, enormous barracudas, and, of course, our beautiful manta rays.