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Diving at dive site Pyramid Rock
|Name Dive Site:||Pyramid Rock|
|Depth: ||6-12m (19-39ft)|
|Inserted/Added by: ||indigoscuba|
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Pyramid Rock is, duhuh, a pyramid-shaped rock just North of Castle Rock. This is a really exciting and interesting dive site. Fantastic underwater topography with many interesting swim throughs and overhangs.
A very popular kelp forest dive probably due to the possibility of seeing Spotted Sevengill Cow Sharks, Gully Sharks, Pyjama Sharks and Shy Sharks. There are many submerged rocks and swim throughs. Lots and lots of soft corals, brain sponges, white cauliflower sponges, octopi and rays. Many reasonably-sized reef fish such as Red Roman, Galjoen, Hottentot and Janbruin can also be found here.
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