Laka Lodge Reef
Depth: 2 -20m
Opposite the hotel, a meadow covered with algae and small corals extends until the first descending plateau.
Morning and evening, turtles come to eat there in the middle of schools of surgeons, scorpion fish, bat fish and coachmen fish.
At night, the tray is filled with an abundant and varied life of crustaceans, molluscs, octopuses, squid and others who share the
space with the most unusual species such as crocodile fish, conger or fork beards.
At the descent we will meet turtles resting, the strangely looking camouflage crab and all sorts of gripper or shells that
will delight photographers. Life is so present that you will need to be wary of uncontrolled contact with the reef as it is
not uncommon to see the road scorpion fish including the poisonous stone fish.
Undoubtedly, you will not be bored on the house reef and also night dives are exceptional!