Shimoji Area Dive Site Information
Dynamic topography created by nature!
Antonio Gaudi is one of the three major diving spots of Miyakojima.
There is Antonio Gaudi at a depth of 20m-35m when going offshore from the shallow reef.
The irregular topography with many holes makes it look like the beautiful architecture of architect Antonio Gaudi.
The dynamic topography looking up from sea bottom, looks like "Jack O'Lantern's" on Halloween.
Sometimes, we will be able to see Giant Trevally circling in Antoni Gaudi.
You can enjoy the pale sunlight from various angles.
Topography, Big fish, Small fish
You can see
Redtooth triggerfish, Spotted moray, Whitemouth moray, Sea goldie, Amethyst anthias, Clark's anemonefish, Doble lined fusilier, Blue streak fusilier, Yellowback fuilier, Yellowfin goatfish, Moontail bullseye, Blotcheye soldierfish, Squarespot fairy basslet, Giant trevally, Bluefin trevally, Nudi branch and Sea slug, etc...
Sometimes you can see Manta ray, Napoleonfish.
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