Weber’s Joy (Witch's hut)
Weber's Joy, also known as Witch’s Hut due to the abandoned house that once graced the beach, is a well-known dive site, popular among underwater photographers. It offers an opportunity to get up close to colorful reef organisms and marine life.
Divers can expect to see a diverse array of sea creatures, including giant anemones, Pederson cleaner shrimps, corkscrew anemones, arrow crabs, octopuses, and nudibranchs. Schools of squid, parrotfish, angelfish, and soapfish are also commonly seen swimming among the sponges and corals.
One of the highlights of this dive site is the large swim-throughs and overhangs, which provide a unique and intimate look at the reef's inhabitants. Divers should keep an eye out for octopuses and lobsters hiding in the crevices, as well as for sea turtles and eagle rays that may swim by.
Don’t miss out on the chance to explore Weber's Joy. Book your dive trip with Scuba Do today and experience the incredible beauty and diversity of this unique underwater world.