Named after the thousands of garden eels that cover the sandy floor. This shore dive goes from beach to 30m and its mass abundance of eels make it a special dive site for all levels. Floating over the sand the eels hide as you near them by ducking into their holes and then reappear as you move away.
Giant Morays have also been spotted here and occasionally schools of medium sized barracuda are seen lurking around. There are also some beautiful vaviety of both soft and hard corals, sea grass, wrass and pipefish.
An easy dive with the occasional unexpected sighting. Hermit crabs being one of the favourites!
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