Lizard fish, Philippines. Photo by Stephane Rochon.

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Datum: WGS84 [ Ajuda ]
Precisió: Aproximat

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Latitud: 19° 48.183' S
Longitud: 174° 21.067' W

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Com? En barca

Distància Poc temps de barca (< 30 minuts)

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 Característiques del lloc d'immersió

Profunditat mitjana 15 m / 49.2 ft

profunditat màxima 40 m / 131.2 ft

Corrent Mitjà (1-2 nusos)

Visibilitat Bona ( 10 - 30 m)

Qualitat

Qualitat del lloc d'immersió Bé

Experiència CMAS * / OW

Interès biològic Interessant

Més detalls

Gentada entre setmana 

Gentada al cap de setmana 

Tipus d'immersió

- Paret
- Profund
- Grans peixos
- Ambient

Activitats del lloc d'immersió

- Biologia marina
- Fotografia

Perills

- Profunditat
- Corrent

 Informació addicional

English (Traduiu aquest text en Català): Stretching to the edge of Ha’ano itself, the corner offers a little bit of everything. The dive starts shallow, but quickly drops of around the end of the reef usually to a depth of around 30m. Often at this point huge skools of Tuna greet you. These graceful fish look like they are flying in squadrons, with the largest of the skool taking the front position and often measuring 2m in length.

The dive then continues back towards the island along a sloping reef that drops to 50m+, often looking out into the blue you can spot more Tunas, Giant Barracudas and the occasional Grey Reef Shark. The slope itself has a huge variety of Butterfly fish, Coral trouts, Wrasse, Fusiliers and Angel Fish. Hidden between the rocks you can find Moray Eels, Nudibranchs and Lion Fish

At the end of the slope you cross the sandy channel to a shallower depth of around 16m, where you can enjoy a number of Swim throughs, which adorn large Gorgonian fans and some beautiful hard corals. In 2008 we had some great Whale encounters here - including one on Scuba!

English (Traduiu aquest text en Català): Stretching to the edge of Ha’ano itself, the corner offers a little bit of everything. The dive starts shallow, but quickly drops of around the end of the reef usually to a depth of around 30m. Often at this point huge skools of Tuna greet you. These graceful fish look like they are flying in squadrons, with the largest of the skool taking the front position and often measuring 2m in length.

The dive then continues back towards the island along a sloping reef that drops to 50m+, often looking out into the blue you can spot more Tunas, Giant Barracudas and the occasional Grey Reef Shark. The slope itself has a huge variety of Butterfly fish, Coral trouts, Wrasse, Fusiliers and Angel Fish. Hidden between the rocks you can find Moray Eels, Nudibranchs and Lion Fish

At the end of the slope you cross the sandy channel to a shallower depth of around 16m, where you can enjoy a number of Swim throughs, which adorn large Gorgonian fans and some beautiful hard corals. In 2008 we had some great Whale encounters here - including one on Scuba!

Stretching to the edge of Ha’ano itself, the corner offers a little bit of everything. The dive starts shallow, but quickly drops of around the end of the reef usually to a depth of around 30m. Often at this point huge skools of Tuna greet you. These graceful fish look like they are flying in squadrons, with the largest of the skool taking the front position and often measuring 2m in length.

The dive then continues back towards the island along a sloping reef that drops to 50m+, often looking out into the blue you can spot more Tunas, Giant Barracudas and the occasional Grey Reef Shark. The slope itself has a huge variety of Butterfly fish, Coral trouts, Wrasse, Fusiliers and Angel Fish. Hidden between the rocks you can find Moray Eels, Nudibranchs and Lion Fish

At the end of the slope you cross the sandy channel to a shallower depth of around 16m, where you can enjoy a number of Swim throughs, which adorn large Gorgonian fans and some beautiful hard corals. In 2008 we had some great Whale encounters here - including one on Scuba!

English (Traduiu aquest text en Català): Stretching to the edge of Ha’ano itself, the corner offers a little bit of everything. The dive starts shallow, but quickly drops of around the end of the reef usually to a depth of around 30m. Often at this point huge skools of Tuna greet you. These graceful fish look like they are flying in squadrons, with the largest of the skool taking the front position and often measuring 2m in length.

The dive then continues back towards the island along a sloping reef that drops to 50m+, often looking out into the blue you can spot more Tunas, Giant Barracudas and the occasional Grey Reef Shark. The slope itself has a huge variety of Butterfly fish, Coral trouts, Wrasse, Fusiliers and Angel Fish. Hidden between the rocks you can find Moray Eels, Nudibranchs and Lion Fish

At the end of the slope you cross the sandy channel to a shallower depth of around 16m, where you can enjoy a number of Swim throughs, which adorn large Gorgonian fans and some beautiful hard corals. In 2008 we had some great Whale encounters here - including one on Scuba!

English (Traduiu aquest text en Català): Stretching to the edge of Ha’ano itself, the corner offers a little bit of everything. The dive starts shallow, but quickly drops of around the end of the reef usually to a depth of around 30m. Often at this point huge skools of Tuna greet you. These graceful fish look like they are flying in squadrons, with the largest of the skool taking the front position and often measuring 2m in length.

The dive then continues back towards the island along a sloping reef that drops to 50m+, often looking out into the blue you can spot more Tunas, Giant Barracudas and the occasional Grey Reef Shark. The slope itself has a huge variety of Butterfly fish, Coral trouts, Wrasse, Fusiliers and Angel Fish. Hidden between the rocks you can find Moray Eels, Nudibranchs and Lion Fish

At the end of the slope you cross the sandy channel to a shallower depth of around 16m, where you can enjoy a number of Swim throughs, which adorn large Gorgonian fans and some beautiful hard corals. In 2008 we had some great Whale encounters here - including one on Scuba!

English (Traduiu aquest text en Català): Stretching to the edge of Ha’ano itself, the corner offers a little bit of everything. The dive starts shallow, but quickly drops of around the end of the reef usually to a depth of around 30m. Often at this point huge skools of Tuna greet you. These graceful fish look like they are flying in squadrons, with the largest of the skool taking the front position and often measuring 2m in length.

The dive then continues back towards the island along a sloping reef that drops to 50m+, often looking out into the blue you can spot more Tunas, Giant Barracudas and the occasional Grey Reef Shark. The slope itself has a huge variety of Butterfly fish, Coral trouts, Wrasse, Fusiliers and Angel Fish. Hidden between the rocks you can find Moray Eels, Nudibranchs and Lion Fish

At the end of the slope you cross the sandy channel to a shallower depth of around 16m, where you can enjoy a number of Swim throughs, which adorn large Gorgonian fans and some beautiful hard corals. In 2008 we had some great Whale encounters here - including one on Scuba!

English (Traduiu aquest text en Català): Stretching to the edge of Ha’ano itself, the corner offers a little bit of everything. The dive starts shallow, but quickly drops of around the end of the reef usually to a depth of around 30m. Often at this point huge skools of Tuna greet you. These graceful fish look like they are flying in squadrons, with the largest of the skool taking the front position and often measuring 2m in length.

The dive then continues back towards the island along a sloping reef that drops to 50m+, often looking out into the blue you can spot more Tunas, Giant Barracudas and the occasional Grey Reef Shark. The slope itself has a huge variety of Butterfly fish, Coral trouts, Wrasse, Fusiliers and Angel Fish. Hidden between the rocks you can find Moray Eels, Nudibranchs and Lion Fish

At the end of the slope you cross the sandy channel to a shallower depth of around 16m, where you can enjoy a number of Swim throughs, which adorn large Gorgonian fans and some beautiful hard corals. In 2008 we had some great Whale encounters here - including one on Scuba!

English (Traduiu aquest text en Català): Stretching to the edge of Ha’ano itself, the corner offers a little bit of everything. The dive starts shallow, but quickly drops of around the end of the reef usually to a depth of around 30m. Often at this point huge skools of Tuna greet you. These graceful fish look like they are flying in squadrons, with the largest of the skool taking the front position and often measuring 2m in length.

The dive then continues back towards the island along a sloping reef that drops to 50m+, often looking out into the blue you can spot more Tunas, Giant Barracudas and the occasional Grey Reef Shark. The slope itself has a huge variety of Butterfly fish, Coral trouts, Wrasse, Fusiliers and Angel Fish. Hidden between the rocks you can find Moray Eels, Nudibranchs and Lion Fish

At the end of the slope you cross the sandy channel to a shallower depth of around 16m, where you can enjoy a number of Swim throughs, which adorn large Gorgonian fans and some beautiful hard corals. In 2008 we had some great Whale encounters here - including one on Scuba!

English (Traduiu aquest text en Català): Stretching to the edge of Ha’ano itself, the corner offers a little bit of everything. The dive starts shallow, but quickly drops of around the end of the reef usually to a depth of around 30m. Often at this point huge skools of Tuna greet you. These graceful fish look like they are flying in squadrons, with the largest of the skool taking the front position and often measuring 2m in length.

The dive then continues back towards the island along a sloping reef that drops to 50m+, often looking out into the blue you can spot more Tunas, Giant Barracudas and the occasional Grey Reef Shark. The slope itself has a huge variety of Butterfly fish, Coral trouts, Wrasse, Fusiliers and Angel Fish. Hidden between the rocks you can find Moray Eels, Nudibranchs and Lion Fish

At the end of the slope you cross the sandy channel to a shallower depth of around 16m, where you can enjoy a number of Swim throughs, which adorn large Gorgonian fans and some beautiful hard corals. In 2008 we had some great Whale encounters here - including one on Scuba!

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