|Coral stacks, swim throughs and sandy patches
|Top: 5M Bottom: 20M
|On the north western tip of Naviti Island, just south of Tavuniko Point.
No Man’s Land is a site between two other dive sites, one of which is the Caves of Babylon. It has a variety of terrain including large gaps between coral stacks with small caverns and swim throughs, small flat sandy areas where you might find reef sharks cruising, and your typical coral reef heads.
This Grey reef shark rotated slowly on the sand front of me so that he was constantly facing me.
On most of the dive sites around you’ll find Giant Moray
Up above the colour line you’ll find all the usual suspects in terms of reef fish,
And a few of the less frequently spotted like this Two-tone dartfish
The reef is pretty as a postcard
Look more closely and you will find small stuff like this tiny Sea spider
There’s plenty to see and photograph at No Man’s Land, the knack sometimes is to pick a small area and examine every detail.
Even the stuff that doesn’t move looks attractive
Though I prefer the stuff that does, like the Yellow barred parrotfish, which is particularly common around Mantaray Island