Barracuda point is quite simply one of the top 5 dive sites in the world, making it the most popular dive spot in Sipadan. Barracuda Point is located on Sipadan Island's northeastern part.
This dive starts as a slow drift and goes down a wall 22m/72 ft deep. Divers should bear in mind that strong currents are always possible. Divers end their dive in the shallow coral garden.
There is a great barracuda shoal with thousands of barracudas milling around, and divers can even find themselves in the center of this giant barracuda tornado.
There's a huge shoal of thousands of barracudas that often make a tornado and darken the sun! A must-do for any photographer underwater! You can also see parrotfish bumpheads, dozens of tortoises and reef sharks patrolling the area. Sometimes there are also hammerhead sharks, so keep looking blue! The site consists of a steep wall that often goes down to 22 m deep with strong currents. After your nice drift, you finish your dive in the shallow coral garden.
The average water temperature remains between 26-30C/78-86F and air temperature ranges from 25C/77F to 32C/89F. Visibility varies from 10m/32 ft to 30m/98 ft.
Live WeatherNOW: 25°C
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