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D'Wall is a sheer vertical wall going down to 40 meter and known for its leopard sharks and reef sharks.
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D'Wall is a sheer vertical from one meter below the surface and down to 2000m. That's 2km deep! There is a slight ledge at 40m where leopard sharks sometimes rest but other than that it's straight down. The wall is stunning, a mixture of soft coral, barrel sponges, gorgonian sea fans and crinoids. Large schools of reef fish are everywhere. Bait fish carpet reef patches trying to avoid predators. Visibility is routinely more than 50m.
Big fish like this dive site. White tip reef sharks and grey reefs cruise past. Dog tooth tuna and barracuda are out in the blue. Trevally hunts on the reef edge; manta rays cruise past in schools and, at the right time of year, schools of hammerhead sharks can be seen. In April and May big schools are seen. After that smaller groups or solo sharks are spotted. For macro fanatics this dive site is equally impressive with nudibranchs and crustaceans everywhere. This is a dive site that you will want to dive more than once.
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