Pixie Pinnacle: One of our favourite dive sites. It is a column of coral, 15 metres wide that rises from a depth of 40 meters to about 2 meters below the surface. Pixie Pinnacle is located in an opening between two ribbon reefs and experiences regular currents, which feed the enormous variety of life here. The pinnacle is covered with big varieties of soft and hard corals, gorgonians and sponges. It is a very colourful dive which impresses every diver. Small reef fish are to be seen here, such as anemone fish, damsels, lionfish, hawk fish and many more. Pelagic fish also cruise around the pinnacle such as trevally, tuna, mackerel and sometimes barracuda. On Pixie Pinnacle you can spot seven different species of anemones! The trained eye might even spot the brilliantly disguised weedy scorpion fish (rhinopius arphanes), which is a resident here.