Cauliflowers is site close by to the our main center and lies at a depth of 40-42 meters. This depth is dependent on tides. The site consists of a sandy bottom and sporadically placed giant soft corals which resemble cauliflowers.
What can we see?
The green coral formations appear somewhat out of place because of their baron, sandy surroundings. This makes this a different diving experience. It is necessary to either use a DPV due to their varied locations or to dive this site as a technical dive.
A different diving experience which can be paired with a second shallow dive at Dibba Rock if on scooters or as a stand-alone technical dive.