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Dive Site: Gota Kebira at St John’s
Access: Boat, zodiac
Minimum Divers: 12
Minimum Qualification: Open water
Depth Range: 8 - 35 M
Gota Kebira at St John’s
Large reef ay St. John’s. The northern section has two plateaus that are ideal for spotting whitetip reef sharks and bluespotted stingrays. The current often splits here, making it ideal for shark encounters. The eastern and western sides have deep sloping reefs of predominant brown soft corals; the eastern side is normally dived in the morning and the western side in the afternoon.
In the southeast corner the wall is broken by deep fissures that you can enter and tunnels to dive in. Elsewhere in the south, there is a sloping plateau that unicornfish and rabbitfish make home. The shallows here have many colourful magnificent anemones and green turtles.
- Soft corals
- Grey reef shark
- Hammerhead shark