is a group of rocks that protrude from the surface, just a few hundred metres along the rocky coast from Alam Anda. Beautiful ridges of reef drop steeply to depths of 30-50 metres, where Sharks, Barracuda and larger pelagics are often sighted.
Unlike the darker volcanic sand inside Tulamben Bay, Batu Kelebit has white sand between the coral outcrops. So this is more of a 'traditional' coral reef, the shallows are dominated by hard coral outcrops surrounded by Damsel Fish and Anthias.
Large Sea Cucumbers in fascinating colours meander around the sand patches, Mantis Shrimp dart around in search of a meal, and Lionfish cruise above fields of staghorn corals. This site has a mooring buoy and like Alam Anda, is accessed by jukung from Tulamben Bay.
(Copied with permission of Jeff & Dawn Mullins from their book Reef Wreck and Critter - Tulamben.)