Tanjung Gua Kawah
Within the northeastern end of Redang Islands, Tanjung Gua Kawah has a tendency to have strong surface as well as deep-water currents and is certainly more suitable for professional divers. Boulders and rocks go down to sandy bottom about 15 meters. Coral development is average however because of the currents; there can be chances to come across pelagic within the open water, together with other marine life in caverns and beneath overhangs.
At about a maximum depth of about 22 meters, this dive site is challenging for divers who have to brave the waves and currents. Nonetheless, these obstacles may be compensated substantially with the magnificent underwater richness this site hosts.
Average Depth: 20 meters
Maximum Depth: 70 feet
Current: Can be strong
Visibility: Good (10m-30m)
Getting There: by boat
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