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This reef is shaped like an L, formed by two ledges with craters and large swimthroughs. As the name implies it is wild and untamed and totally unspoiled as it is seldom visited. Because it is so far out the visibility is generally very good and the reef is teeming with both reef and pelagic fish. It is also one of the very few places here where sharks are seen.

These include Leopard sharks, Whitetips, Blacktips, and very occasionally Tiger Sharks. Mantas, Giant Eagle Rays and Ribbon Tail Rays are seen on most dives. Amazon is also home to a huge resident Loggerhead Turtle. Because of the distance and the quality of the dive we often .Double tank . this reef.

Because of the distance we have to travel , we only do this dive when sea conditions are perfect. This is a drift dive but because of the shape of this reef and the currents, it can be a difficult dive and is therefore only recommended for experienced divers who can descend quickly