Anemone Reef (or Hin Jom – Submerged Rock) is about 600m away from Shark Point. As the name suggests, this pinnacle dive site is completely covered in Anemones that gently sway in the current.
There are an enormous variety of Moray Eels – from Zebra and Spot-Face Morays to Honeycombed Yellow-Edged, Undulated, White Mouth and Clouded Morays. You can also find many Lionfish and Bearded Scorpionfish on this site – the largest I’ve seen was – nearly 80cm long!
Anemone Reef is not as instantly pleasing as Shark Point as it lacks the breathtaking array of colour. However, if you’re a Macro-lover, you could get seriously into this dive site. The shimmering schools of Glassfish that coat the reef during certain times of the season can hide all kinds of tiny Crustaceans, many types of Nudibranches and enormous, glistening Tiger Cowries. If you catch this group of dive sites on a good visibility day, you will find them among the best in the world. If the viabilityis less than perfect you will still be astounded by the sheer volume of life and action that takes place here.
We keep group sizes small to ensure you get the most out of each fun dive. This also reduces impact on our reefs. Our emphasis is on safety, fun and personal service within a relaxed and stress-free environment. You will find the atmosphere and service on our dive boats, beyond anything you have experienced before!
Our experienced Divemasters know the dive sites extremely well, and will be happy to discuss what you would like to see, and the type of dive or snorkel experience you would like to have. Each dive is personally planned with the divers in each group, to ensure you enjoy each and every dive you make with us.
A full briefing is provided at each site, with helpful tips on what to look for, safety information, and the most interesting places to visit.