If you want chevron or blacktail barracuda, then you will want to do to Barracuda Point on Sipadan Island in Malaysia. Lucky divers will relish a swirling eddy of them on the north coast of the island. This is a destination worthy of its status as the second top site in the world.? The current brings with it a great deal of fish, from schooling bannerfish to redtooth trigger fish. They swarm in great quantity. Go down 10 meters and find the prize. Grey reef sharks lurk about in the hunt for a meal. Great barracuda and dogtooth tuna are easy to find. You just need to have an eagle eye. If so, you will encounter bumphead parrotfish and turtles by cruising along the wall. Go down and look in nooks and crannies for a living treasure trove. As the wall levels off into a sloping plateau, your vision will take in the barracudas at last. Also in view will be Napoleon wrasse and yellow-margin triggerfish. It is easy to get swept down as a result of the currents and caution is in order. You don?t want to find yourself too far away from the island. All in all, this site provides a wonder of color and movement. If the barracudas come around, so much the better. They could be in the thousands?just breath-taking, a memory to record for ever. Sipadan Island will be on your mind for some time to come.
|Depth: 5-40 meters.||Visibility: 30 meters.||North East of Sipadan Island only five minutes by boat from the beach.||? ? ? ? ? ?4.1209? ; 118.629?|