This is an interesting and varied dive site - stepped ridges of reef start at 3m and descend to around 40m. Around the 14 metres mark there is a small cave 5-6 metres deep.
Various sorts of cave fish life can be found here; the walls are coated in sponges, soft corals, tubestrea, anemones, feather stars and gorgonian fan corals. You can work your way through the steps, exploring the varied environments and marine inhabitants.
|Mystery Rocks - At a Glance|
|Site characteristics:||Stepped Reef|
|Visibility:||15-30 m average|
|Current:||Mild to moderate|
|Coral growth:||White tip reef sharks, bumphead parrotfish, turtles, moray eels and spotted rays|
|Marine life||White and black tip reef sharks|
|Highlight:||The cave and exploring the reef ridges|
|Photo ops:||8/10 wide angle and macro|