The most interesting part is the wall, starting at the drop-off deep down to 60 meters (200 feet).
If you dive early in the morning, you might encounter Thresher sharks and even Hammerhead sharks.
In all cases, you will enjoy the stunning wall covered with hard and soft corals, sponges, gorgonians, sea fans and much more.
A lot of schools of fish are swimming along this wall, like the jackfish, snappers, and groupers where they are less shy than usual.
Because the Tingo Point dive site is at the tip of Olango Island, we can often encounter a mild to high current, which is a pure pleasure to drift with along this beautiful wall.
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