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Dive site End of the World is named since it is considered the end of the world as not many liveaboards go any further.
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The End of the World, probably named because it is the furthest south that any liveaboard boats venture in this area, is a wall dive that drops sharply down to 40m before leveling off and then sloping deeper to 100m. Visibility is usually good, up to 30m. Currents can be strong. Reef sharks, grouper and large stingrays can be seen in the deeper areas. Moray eels are numerous in the rock wall crevices. Large schools of fish carpet the wall including snapper, surgeonfish and fusilier. Bright yellow cup corals contrast vividly with the black rock. Manta rays can be seen in the shallow channel between Komodo Island and Tala Island.
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