Sipadan Island lies off the east coast of Malaysian Borneo
A marine paradise, is renowned among divers for its rich underwater biodiversity, pristine reefs, and sudden drop offs into the deep blue
Sipadan is a sea mount (not part of continental shelf) with the tip just above sea level. A leisurely stroll around takes just over an hour. There is a narrow shelf up to 20-30 metres from the beach in some places before a vertical plunge down to 2000 ft!!
Barracuda Point – barracuda tornado,” a schooling vortex of thousands of great barracuda, and the dive begins wherever there is a tornado.
Turtle Cave: Caution required: the Lime stone carvens are filled with turtle skeletons that have been lost in the labyrinth!! Sheer drops!
Hanging Gardens : Wall/Reef dive type; Very fast currents. Look out for sharks. The coral gives home to a great variety of smaller fish including damselfish, chromis, sweet-lips on black coral, clownfish (NEMO!)