The main Anda Dive Sites consist of a 13km wall starting in Guindulman and ending opposite the pristeen White Sand Beaches of the town of Anda. The wall is broken in several places by sandy interludes, large crevices formed by volcanic activity long ago and small caves. The largest being Snappers Cave a cave with several chambers large enough to swim inside with a torch.
The deepest sections of the wall are 30m where large pelagic fish can be seen swimming following the direction of the wall. Large whip corals, Pygmy Sea Horses, Scorpion Fish and numerous Frogfish can be found hiding on the wall from 20m-10m.
The top of the wall varies from 5-8m where the true beauty of the diving in Anda can be found, pristeen soft coral gardens, near perfect visibility and luke warm water make diving suitable for a range of abilities.
The best section of wall is without doubt Paradise Gardens where a colony of Turtles can be found in residence, feeding on Sea Grass on a small rocky outcrop opposite the Dive Centre at Blue Star.
The snorkelling in these soft Coral gardens between the shore and the top of the wall are truly world class.