a) 'South Point';
b) 'Staghorn Crest';
c) 'Hanging Gardens'.
Located at the southern-most tip of Sipadan, South Point's drop off is about 45 degrees, which slopes down towards a flat sandy area of coral formation at approximately 65 meters. It then continues on toward deeper end of the sea.
Marine life here includes the leopard sharks, reef sharks, turtles, soft corals, large batfish, sweetlips, turkeyfish, bigeye trevallies, great barracudas, whale sharks, manta rays, eagle rays, and hammerhead sharks.
Another wall dive well known to Sipadan is the Staghorn Crest. This site begins with a gentle descendant along the drop-off till it reaches approximately 70 meters and continues with a graduate ascent along the wall. It concludes in a staghorn coral garden at a shallow depth.
At greater depths, other types of species can be found, ie foxsharks, and trevallies.
Marine life here includes of course the staghorn corals, seawhip corals, gigantic barrel sponges, black corals, angelfish, groupers, shrimps, giant mantas, barracudas, and fox sharks.
This classic wall dive is at a vertical drop-off point over a meter from the surface, which descends to about 70 meters. Here, the seabed suddenly plunges into the abyss. The dive always follows the current here, which is not that strong.
Marine life here includes the alcyonarians, gigantic gorgonians, black corals, sweetlips, angelfish, groupers, green turtles, imbricate turtles, blue-spotted ribbon-tail stingray, nudibranchs, tiny gobies, gorgonian hawkfish, leopard sharks, and hammerhead sharks.