One popular attraction you mustn’t miss is the Coral Gardens. Situated near the Blue Hole, these consist of small rocky protrusions, a few dozens meters wide. The seabed itself can be quite rough with plateaus, breaks and even small canyons and depending on the underwater rock level, water depth can range anywhere between one to 10 metres. Expect to spot a number of fish like morays, small groupers, Mediterranean parrotfish, damselfish and thick lip grey mullets. Other extraordinary sea life you’re bound to come across include starfish, fireworms, sea urchins and jellyfish.
The walls of the archway itself are covered with colourful coral tubeworms, sponges and other small marine life. On the surface, you’ll find quite a few large boulders dotting the area.