Named after 3 distinct trees on Island 9 who marking the jumping point for the dive, this is often one of the highlights of the trip. Displays a large cluster of sloping boulders from 17m to well over 40m.
Often considered the best chance of Leopard Sharks , there are also Long Fin Bat Fish, Napoleon Wrasse, Unicorn Fish, and groups of Brown Marbled Grouper about. Heading across the sand to the main reef, you can see Kuhl’s Rays, Spotted Garden Eels, and sometimes Leaf Fish.
Please be aware as several times throughout the season both Yellow Margin and Titan Trigger Fish lay their eggs in the numerous ‘pits’ here. Highlights could include Banded Sea Kraits, schooling Yellow Fin Barracuda, Milk Fish, Hawksbill Turtles, and large groups of Big Eye Snapper. This is considered as a great reef for snorkelers too.