The most popular of the island-side sites, this is a twin-peaked pinnacle that comes within a meter of the surface. A large cave offers a swim-through for divers on the deep end of the pinnacle. This site got its name from the sunlight that shines through the cave opening in the early morning, like a window to the light of angels. One side is a coral slope leveling out onto a sand flat at 15 meters and on the other side is a wall to a shelf at 8 meters, then a small plateau and another drop-off, down to 20-32 meters. This site offers schooling fish, numerous pygmy seahorses, leaf scorpionfish, Octopus cyanea, cuttlefish, nudibranchs and much more.