Boulder Rock is a short boat ride southwest of Boulder Island. Giant sea fans attached to huge granite boulders are one of the features of this site. It is our site with the highest chance of encountering something bigger.
Back at Boulder Island at its southernmost tip is our deepest site. We called it South Point and here the island extends to the sandy bottom at a depth of over 30 meters. It is home to Jenkins stingrays and the occasional white-tipped reef shark.
Just a bit north from South Point in a sheltered area lies Sunset Rock, a great site for less experienced divers. However, the marine life is just as abundant and varied. It got its name because it is situated just below Boulder Island’s sunset view point. Sunset Rock is a great site for less experienced divers. However, the marine life is just as abundant and varied.
At the south-western tip of Bamboo Bay is a unique site which we have named Bamboo Rock. It is particularly interesting because of its topography with its granite landscape.
North Point is one of the highlights along the coast of Boulder Island. Granite boulders form small caves and swim-throughs. Eagle and marble rays are often seen here and grey reef sharks have also been spotted.
At the north-eastern entrance to Moken Bay is a relaxing dive site. Moken Wall has a long vertical drop off to 16 meters. A school of barracuda can often be seen on the way up.