Club Paradise House Reef
The Club Paradise House Reef was once on the list as one of the best house reefs in the world and it is easy to see why. An easy beach entry from the dive centre bring you face to face with not one , but two schools of fishes. Do a dive in the early morning or late afternoon and the schools change shapes as trevallies zoom into the scads or jacks for a quick meal. Nearby, resident turtles lounge on the sea grass, nibbling these as the day goes by. The sandy area is a classic muck site, with attractive seahorses living among the Halameda coral. Panda or saddleback clown fishes and their host anemones and commensal shrimp are also available for macro shooters. Be sure to look for the piece of coconut shell or shard of pottery covered with eggs in the area around the anemone. It’s great fun to observe the mom aerating the eggs.
Minimum Pax Required: Not Applicable
Visibility: 10-20 meters
Current: None to Mild, Seldom Strong