Pulau Tiga is located at 48 km/30 mi in the south of Kota Kinabalu and became well known due to the "Survivor" series, hosting the setting of "Survivor Borneo", the first American season of the show. Scuba diving in Pulau Tiga is open to all levels of divers and is a prime location for macro lovers and underwater photography. The spot is believed to have been formed by the eruption of several mud volcanoes and is at 100 m/328 ft above sea level.
- ABOUT THE SPOT
Scuba Diving in Rye Pier, Mornington Peninsula, Victoria Australia
Mornington Peninsula lies to the southeast of Melbourne, Victoria’s capital city. It is surrounded by Western Port to the east and Port Phillips to the west. There is a vast number of great surf sites and a plethora of excellent dive spots all along this section. With an abundant marine life under the pier, Rye Pier is classified as an excellent day and night diving spot.
The average depth here is at 3.5 m/11.5 ft and the maximum is at 5 m/16.4 ft. Visibility is medium and varies from 5 m/16.4 ft to 10 m/32.8 ft. Water temperature is up to 19°C/66.2°F in summer and early autumn months and between 15°C/59°F in winter. The site is suitable for all divers. In addition, divers are able to see sea horses, crabs, goat fish, juvenile fish, squid, seadragons, leatherjackets and other fish. If you are lucky, you may come across local seals. Note: watch out for fishing lines, as it is also a popular fishing spot.