|Site Type:||Scenic and macro|
|Depth:||Top: 5M Median: 18M Bottom: 25M|
|Location:||Very close to the base of Koh Phi Phi Le around the south-east side|
At the base of the pinnacle the wall is under cut, and there are large rocks and coral stacks on limestone reefs and ridges. Here is a video of some of the fish ‘n’ stuff. It was all shot at this site, though there were just as many nudis and small stuff as I seemed to capture on the Maya Point video. So have a look at that one too.
It can be quite dark, as the pinnacle obscures a lot of light so take a good torch.
There are plenty of sea anemones – this one perhaps thinking it was dusk already.
This Black tipped grouper was playing Nemo. Despite their rather glum appearance I suspect they have a wicked sense of humour.
There are a lot of big seafans down there.
And plenty of barrel sponge: nothing like shooting fish in a barrel.
There are plenty of coralfish including this eight banded.
The powder blue surgeonfish – who looks good in any light.
A little (male) spotted boxfish
A Java Rabbitfish
A red lipped parrotfish (no seriously)
A finally, an as yet undescribed feather duster worm. There were two – the other was all white – not quite so delightfully photogenic as this one.