Recommended depths: 6-20 meters for photographing, filming, and recreational dives; 65-80 meters for trimix dives.
Here you can see an unusual white-and-yellow shelf and a drop-off that look like honeycombs. The “honeycombs” are formed by the marble-limestone rocks dissolved in the water. Looks like once boiling lava that got cold and has a lot of small caverns in its body. You can see such “honeycombs” in limestone and gypsum caves as well as at some Baikal dive sites with walls or slopes composed of limestone and marble.
These unusual rock formations finish with a canyon in the southern part of the dive site. The opposite part of the canyon is of sand and stone.
The shallow waters of the offshore area are very picturesque - white sand intermingled with calc-silicate marble rocks with caverns, covered in sponges.