Just North of Whaleshark Reef lays Rina's Hole. This is a great shallow dive offering a beautiful swim through, leading to a cluster of rock formations. These formations are encrusted with corals, teeming with moray eels, giant anemones, delicate sea fans and beds of sea plumes. A large swim through cave is home to schools of soldierfish and bigeyes. The colors in this area are even more vibrant due to the contrast with the white sand and the shallowness of the site, which allows maximum sun penetration. This is the ultimate critter dive, as the nooks, crannies and overhangs provide ideal shelter for all kinds of marine life. Large schools of chub are a common sight and on more rare occasions, stingrays, spotted cagle ray and nurse sharks have been spotted.