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Reef and Rock Formations in Hikkaduwa

Wallduwa (Coral Garden Rocks) (Depth: 3-10m)

Ideal for beginners and SCUBA reviews. A nearby spot just in front of Coral Garden Hotel, good for small reef fishes and turtles.

Cave (Depth 8-16m)

A small but beautiful cave, near Wallduwa, again great for turtles and nudibranches. Next to a reef with lots of soft corals

Hikkaduwa Gala (Depth 5-18m)

Beautiful rock formation with many reef fishes, ideal for beginners and experienced alike.

Sunil Gala (Depth 6-18m)

Dive starts with a large rock near the surface, following this down to the rocky bottom where you can see reef fishes, groupers and moray.

Kadavara Gala (Depth 5-18m)

A pretty rock formation similar to Sunil Gala.

Goda Gala (Depth 8-26m)

Stunning large rocky area with lots of friendly moray to be found. Also good for big groupers, rigger fish and schools of small fish.

Teli Gala (Barracuda Point) (Depth 12-28m)

Large rocky area good for sting ray, barracuda and groups of small fishes.

Napoleon Point (Depth 24m)

A combination of rock and reef, well known for finding big Napoleons, groupers and also for colourful reef fishes.

Black Coral Point (Depth 16-30m)

Deep dive for experienced divers where you can see lots of beautiful black coral as well as many reef fish and soft corals.

Kirala Gala (Depth 21-38m)

Amazing deep dive. Dive starts at bottom of large conical rock formation and spirals around to the top. For advanced divers there are plenty of reef fishes, soft corals, groups of trigger fish,barracudas, travellys and groups of batfish to be found.

Pathapara (Depth 32-36m)

Near the Conch, this site is a very long reef with big rocks, good for big barracuda, seer fish, groupers and can see spotted eagle rays.

Silva Point (Depth 12-30m)

Dive site for advanced divers with lots of large rocks, shoals of Fusiliers, Sweetlips and other reef fishes.

Banda Point (Depth 22-36m)

Large rock formation for advanced divers with shoals of small reef fishes and groupers.

Tunaththa Rocks (Depth 6-15m)

Soft and hard corals, shoals of silver batfish and fusiliers