Wrasse Strip is the place where the tropical sun flickers down all over the shallow see-through rich waters, resulting in a brilliantly colored reef garden that most divers simply dream about. The way this site turned out to be called Wrasse Strip is not known, however it definitely has not got more wrasse species than some other dive sites in Layang Layang.
On the other hand, it does have slingjaw wrasse and redcheek wrasse. The slingjaw wrasse is definitely recognizable through its lengthy trailing arschfick fin and monochrome, yellow, red body marks. It could possibly broaden its lower and upper jaw to over a half of it original length, to be able to come up with a tube thatâ€™s suitable for noshing on crustaceans as well as small fishes within the reef. Set aside a second to look out continue its work, it is extremely a glance to catch sight of.
The entire of Wrasse Strip is apparently merely a large cleaning channel. In every single place you gaze, you will discover streamlined and bignose unicornfish unwearyingly hanging just across the corals stands, which allows the cleaner fish to perform their duty. The shallows may also be a well known area for juvenile eagle as well as manta rays to drag in for a cleaning session as well.
The reef happens to be a heavenly sloping bank of primarily brown sarcophyton and opulent soft corals together with the spontaneous compacted stand of elkhorn corals. There are numerous wreckage spots that have red fire gobies. Apparently such patches of wreckage are classified as the snippets coming from a titan triggerfish or turtle snack. Such triggerfish are quite widespread across Layang Layang.
The majority of the dive sites in Layang Layang accommodates deep diving and will eventually gratify even the most fervent shark chaser; however there is something for all here within the panoramic coral slopes of which no printed outline can make justice. Another outstanding dive at worldâ€™s leading amazing dive spots.
Dive Experience: Newbie-Average
Visibility: 20 meters to 40 meters
Depth: 5 meters to 40 meters
Best Time to Dive: February to October
Getting There: 20 minutes by boat from north west Layang Layang Resort jetty
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- Passport expiry date (most countries require at least six months prior to the expiry date)
- Visa requirements
- Travel Insurance (make sure coverage for Scuba Diving is included)
- Medical status (Visit your doctor if you are unsure)