Dive Sites

CATHEDRAL

After leaving the boat descend immediately to the tunnel entrance at 36 metres. When entering the tunnel make sure your tourch is on and see the amazing rich colours of the sponges and soft corals as well as shrimps staring back at you from the many nooks and cranny’s.

SECRET GARDEN

Descend down to 25m and find a small cavern exit first cavern and continue until you come to a huge cavern with the ceiling at 6m and floor at 27m. Cavern goes into the cliff for approx

PLAY GROUND

This dive is suitable for all Divers. At every depth there are many holes and passages to swim through and around, where you can find many different types of Anenomies and corals. In the holes and fissures lurk Shrimps and moray Eels.

PINNICALE ROCK

As you arrive at this Dive Site keep your eyes open for the rock which sits just below the surface. The rib drops you on the south of the rock down to about 10m.

MEXICAN HAT

The name comes from the shape of the hole which goes up and look like a Mexican hat. The hole is at 20m/66ft and is large enough to accommodate 6/8 divers at a time. Also good buoyancy is important to stop stirring up the bottom, which is sandy

LOBSTER POT

A nice dive, huge boulders at the start of the dive with some large Groupers. Keep the shore on your right and head towards the point, there can be a current in this area.

KIDRAK

Kidrak is a dive site full of discovery with a variety of life and something new around every corner. Many fresh water springs give an interesting effect and this draws in many different species of marine life from numerous types of fish to Moray eels and Octopus.

IBLIS POINT

One of furthest dive sites, fantastic rock formations hiding morays. Great drop offs, amphora. Abundant marine life including Rays, Crayfish, Large Groupers, Jackfish, Blennies.

HOUSE REEF

The House Reef lies directly on the doorstep of Lykiaworld. Almost as soon as the dive begins you will see the remains of an old footbridge, destroyed years ago from a mighty winter storm.

GROUPER LAIR

A lovely dive for both the novice and the experienced, with much to see from a wall with yellow coral to a larger will with much marine life and an old car wreck at a shallow depth.

ENDLESS DROP-OFF

Endless drop-off gets its name from the size and depth of its wall as soon as the leave the shallow plateau the wall begıns from start to no where you can see even on a good…

DERIN WALL

Beneath the surface are usual layers of rock which continue downwards from the cliffs above. Hidden in the darkest places amongst the rocks at various depths are spiny lobsters, crayfish, and shrimps.

CHAMBERS CAVE

This is a drop-off dive. Divers enter the water and descend directly to 25 meters where there is a cave entrance to be found almost hidden behind rock formations

CANNON BALL

A nice varied dive Site. You get dropped into 8m, down a wall keeping the coast line on you left. Have a hunt around the large rocks until you come across some grooves

BUTTERFLY AALLEY

This popular valley is as beautiful below the water as it as above. We start this dive at the opening of the bay. Dropping down a sheer face and following this spectacular wall into the bay.

BLUE CAVE WALL

Once leaving the boat go down steeply; however watch out for the drop-off that goes down to 40 metres…

BALABAN ISLAND

An Island in the open sea!! We have seen more turtle’s in this dive than all previous sightings together….