The beach is coral rather than sand, and a pretty risky entry/exit with full scuba gear and camera. This is a wall dive that starts at about 8 meters down to 45 meters, and features a wonderful array of hard and soft coral.
Currents can get strong here, and it brings about pelagic fish as well as schools of sweetlips and snappers. The wall is also chock full of macro subjects with crabs and shrimps taking center-stage, and pygmy seahorses if you are willing to go deep enough.
A night dive here is also highly recommended, as there is a huge variety of critters on parade across the reef. Decorator crabs are seen often. There is actually so much to see and shoot here that it is wise to check your SPG and dive computer frequently, as you could easily become distracted by all the photo subjects.