15 minutes by fast
boat from the city centre, Kusu island's amazing living reefs
are easily viewed at low tide by ordinary visitors. Besides
a bewildering variety of corals, there are also large sea anemones--homes
to many clown anemonefishes (better known as 'Nemo'). More
about Kusu shore how to get there, what to see and do. The
Blue Water Volunteers
run guided reefwalks for the public
when the tides are suitably low.
Diving Kusu Island
Jani's the Blue Tempeh blog has links and photos of dives
at all our Southern reefs including a set of flicker photos
of a dive
at Kusu Island.