Manta Point Dive Site

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This area of the coastline is framed in dramatic limestone cliffs that descend straight into the ocean. Getting to this dive site offers an extraordinary panorama. The swell can be stupendous, sometimes making entry impossible by mid-morning.

Manta Point rarely has a current, but sometimes has strong surge. There’s a sandy bottom at -12 / -18m. The water is quite cold (22-26 degrees) because it comes in from the ocean . You may also see other “pelagics” such as tuna and tiger mackerel.

Meetind mantas here is really frequent, around 95% of the dives have more than one sight. This is one of their cleaning stations so while there is no guarantee you will see them, it is pretty likely. The manta are 2-4m width and totally harmless.