At the base of the Anemone Reef Rock there is an opportunity to meet leopard sharks, which makes it even more attractive for experienced divers.
It is important to note that on days of strong tides and tides, diving on Anemone Reef can be quite difficult due to strong currents. Therefore, it is important to monitor the weather conditions and consult with local dive masters.
Depths and anemones
The top of the Anemone Reef is only 4 meters deep, and the rock itself goes 25 meters deep. The name of the reef comes from the colorful anemones that cover its top, creating a colorful underwater spectacle.
Anemone Reef also became known as the place where the King Cruiser ferry sank in 1997. This historical event adds mystery and interest to the place.
This reef is famous for its variety of marine life. Here you can meet moray eels, sea snakes, clown fish, seahorses, nudibranchs, crustaceans and shrimps, lionfish, scorpions and many other underwater inhabitants. This place is ideal for observing and photographing marine fauna.