The sandy entry and exit makes diving more easy here.
The buoy and drop-off are far away so a compass or navigation skills come in handy here. At the buoy there is a sand path cutting through the reef. In both directions and using the last parts of the double reef system you have a lot of navigation options here. South of the buoy, in a bend of the reef, is always good to look for seahorses and frogfish. In the sandy shallows you can find sea turtles and rays. At the bottom of the reefs under the edges of the corals, look for lobsters and larger eels. At the buoy you will find a large group of garden eels hiding in the sand.