This reef boasts a huge variety of colourful corals along with 7 of the 9 species of anemonefish found in the Solomon Islands.
Descend into this cavern and surface in the mangrove forest. Or if you prefer, spend your time cruising along a beautiful wall covered in fans and coral hunting for pygmy seahorse.
This location was home to a major American supply base during WWII. At the end of the war, an artificial reef was created by dumping trucks, jeeps, tractors, bulldozers and large amounts of ammunition.
Normally, patrolling white and blacktip reef sharks greet us here when they start their day cruising along the wall. White spotted eagle rays can also be found heading out in deep water.
All kinds of reef sharks are hanging out here, making for incredible diving. Listen for the rumble of Kavachi - an underwater volcano - that has been particularly active recently. Often, cracking and booming of explosions in the distance can be heard and felt underwater.
An exposed rock in the middle of the passage, it is known for sharks and sleek unicorn fish and cuttlefish in the shallows.
Here we will find an innumerable variety of corals on this amazingly healthy reef there the attentive diver can spot hundreds of nudibranchs.
You can explore one or both of the two large tunnels which drill vertically into the reef. Exit onto the deep reef wall and watch the action drift by. As you head back up the wall - see if you can identify the 9 different species of anemone fish that inhabit the reef.