Dive Site Details

  • Depth: 60ft
  • Experience: intermediate
  • Swell: moderate
  • Current: low


Ring Dove Rock is widely known as the place to go for those who prefer diving in less crowded places, looping around for hours in the calm waters, along schools of colorful fish. Giant barrel sponges, golden zoanthids , crinoids, red rope sponges , colorful gorgonians and flowing water plants provide a welcoming home to an incredible array of marine wildlife. Butterflyfish, sergeant majors, rock beauties, bar jacks, filefishes, yellowhead jawfish, red heart urchins, white heart urchin crab, juvenile angelfish, lizardfish, moray eels, lobsters, harlequin basslet, tube worms, tunicates, this is just a small preview of what the highly circulated Ringdove Rock reef has to offer. If you are lucky, you can even get to swim along a slow paced turtle and capture its moves on camera. Ring Dove Rock is populated with some of the most exciting marine species, providing a feast for your eyes at any given time, you won’t be able to snap a picture without capturing even the slightest marine critter.

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