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Snapper Alley is an area with many boulders famous for the many snappers that hover around.
|Name Dive Site:||Snapper Alley|
|Depth: ||5-30m (16-98ft)|
|Inserted/Added by: ||lars, © Author: Lars Hemel|
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Snapper Alley is diving at a nice steep coral slope, just east of Ko Bangu. It is a beautiful drop-off finishing into a sandy ocean floor covered in boulders. The tsunami has destroyed part of the reef, but almost around the whole island are still excellent parts that have not lost their original glory.
Marine life most common are its thousands of snappers, bigeye emperor and rockmover wrasses. Other fish you will probably see are milkfish, hawksbill turtles, barracuda, parrotfish and moray eels. Corals that are very healthy here are sheet and table corals. A small cave at six meters deep is a perfect spot to take some time for your safety stop. Many tour boats use this dive site for night diving because of the often absence of current. And even when there is some, often from east to west, it is a dive site generally easy also for novice divers.
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