A large reef just off the southwestern side of Los Islotes. This is an extremely diverse site which rises to within 20 feet of the surface but drops to almost 90 feet where the reef hits sand bottom. Not an easy place to find without a knowledgeable divemaster and currents can be troublesome. However, when diveable, this is one of more popular dive spots for La Paz divers. The reef itself is marked by long narrow alleys or rock and coral that are large enough to swim through. The walls of these alleys are lined with all manners of marine flora and a diverse fish population also finds protection in them as well. This is also a great place to see moral eels and to take underwater photos.