Black Rock

Starting from Anse Mondon the grantie wall heading South is known as Black Rock, so named because of the big black coloured rock you can se at the surface. Bottom topography consists of huge, cascading granite boulders ending on a sandy bed. At the base of Black rock there is a small cave. You can usually find one or two Whitetip Sharks circling amongst the Sweetlips inside the caves. Divers should always look up towards the surface and into the blue as they fin along the wall. Turtles, Humphead Parrotfish and Napoleonfish are often seen in the shallows above. Stingrays, Lionfish, Anemonfish, Lizardfish, Koran Angelfish, Pompano, Bluefin Trevally and Puffers are often encounteres.


Back to Dive Sites