Hole in the Wall is a beautiful pinnacle covered in snow flake corals, wire corals and swarmed with fish.
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This dive sight is a huge pinnacle with depths ranging from 40 feet at the top of the pinnacle to 100 feet at the base. At the top of the pinnacle large numbers of schooling butterfly fish, moray eels and rare corals can be found. Look for black-coral trees, resident longnose hawkfish and other rare species of coral and fish that can be found hiding in the Pukas as you work your way down the pinnacle. Keep an eye out for the bigger guys, as there is always a possibility of seeing sharks, mantas and even whales during the winter months (December - March). There are also some large antler corals found in this area. Sealife: Pelagics, Antler Coral, Slipper Lobsters, Octopus and other mollusks.
Warning: Due to strong currents advanced divers should only attempt this dive and you should listen to your dive guide.
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