Or red rock in Malay is a site that offers two dives: a rich Coral slope or a steep sand slope with Coral bommies. A cleaning station at 24 metres is a focal point, but there is a wide array of Nudibranch, Pipefish, Crustacean and Cephalopod species.
Starting on a sand/Coral slope, a massive sheer rock wall starts and as you drift along it the bottom gets deeper and deeper as you near the Northern tip of Lembeh Island.
There are schooling reef fish and interesting finds to be discovered along this spectacular drop.
Is the site of an old lava flow, hence the name, which literally means burnt rock.
This shallow site of around 10 metres deep and about 50 metres across is visited at sunset to see the colourful Mandarin fish mating!
There are regular sightings of the Blue ringed Octopus at this beautiful tranquil…
Tropico's Favorite Dive Site, and for good reason. A Picturesque White Sand Bar, Sting Rays, Hard Corals, Puffer Fish, Turtles, Clown Fish, Nudibranchs, Schooling Barracuda, Schooling Jacks, Batfish, Tarpin, White Tip Sharks, Black Tip Sharks, ect.