You can easily swim around the whole thila in a single dive. The top of the thila is at 10 meters and gently slopes down to the atoll bed at 25 meters. The reef consists of healthy hard corals and is home to a colony of thousands of red-tooth triggerfish and basslets. A group of blue striped snappers hang around the overhang at the northeast corner of the reef. Often a huge Napoleon wrasse comes curious along the reef. Different types of moray eels can be found here like the beautiful honeycomb moray eel with its amazing pattern, but also the giant moray eel often as a couple, the bearded moray eel and undulated moray eel can be found here.