“Cape Kri is the most bio-diverse dive spot in the world.”
Dr. Gerry Allen (Renowned Marine Biologist)


Diving at Cape Kri at sunset is like visiting the marine version of Times Square during rush hour. Neon Lights, disregard for traffic norms, loads of hungry males. With a smooth current, divers follow the reef slope which bottoms out close to 40m. The top of the reef is made up of many hard corals that are patrolled by black tip reef sharks. The variety of fish is confounding; pleasing the diver with endless nudibranchs, pygmy seahorses, scorpion fish, shrimps, Queensland groupers, white tip, grey tip, black tip sharks, Napoleon wrasse, barracuda, giant trevally, and even a couple of cheeky mantas.

If one were to dive in heaven it would likely look something like Cape Kri.