Manta Road is passage between two coral reef walls. Depending on the currents, it can be a drift dive. There is a 200' line fastened to the bottom that allows divers to move between the primary and secondary cleaning/feeding stations. Maximum depth is 55'/18m. Mantas, including black morphs are frequent visitors to the site, often accompanied by large schools of blue-streak fusiliers. An occasional shark (black tip reef, white tip reef, grey reef, small hammerhead) will swim through the channel, as will bonita, dog-tooth tuna, and young trivially. There is a resident colony of garden eels between the two stations. The reef walls have abundant small reef fish for the safety stop.