Seal Rock is a sloping reef with an easy access from the beach on high tide. Lot’s of big barrel sponges and soft corals with a big diversity of reef fish all around. Hawksbill turtles are often passing by, and some huge spiny Lobster are hiding in the shallow area. Because of strong current, it’s better to plan a dive there on slack tide.
Lucky day: Reef sharks, Tuna, Mackerels…
Lens: Wide angle
Depth: 5 – 40
Required skills: Open Water Diver