Reefs

All the natural reefs that we dive are on the Ngella side of Iron Bottom Sound.  The beautiful corals close to Honiara are on artificial reefs (mainly war wrecks).

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The "T" Spot

The "T" Spot, close to Tulagi, is named after our good friend Tony. This dive starts at 8 metres at the top of the reef. Dropping over the edge leads to a gentle sloping bottom at 32 metres.

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Presentation Point

Presentation Point

Presentaion Point, close to Tulagi,  is named after the landowner from this area.

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The Tease

The Tease

The Tease is a reef about 500 metres long and 100 wide standing out in the prevailing current stream to the south of Tulagi.

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Twin Tunnels

Twin Tunnels

Twin Tunnels, close to Tulagi, is a coral bombie approximately 120 metres in diameter. The top of the reef is in 12 -16 metres of water and features two tunnels eroded in the edge of the reef descending down to a common cavern exiting to the wall at 35 - 40 metres. 

The top of the reef is spectacular in its own right and there is no need to go down to the cave.  Many divers enjoy the thrill of going down one or other of the tunnels though.

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Sandfly Passage

Sandfly Passage

There are several sites in this area around Sandfly Island. At the south eastern entrance there is a wall drift with lots of fans with quite a few exceeding 3 metres in diameter. On the southern side, approaching the passage, is Robert's Point or Baracuda Point. Robert is the local Chief here - nice fellow and good for a yarn.

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