Woodhouse Reef is an elongated reef that lies between Thomas and Jackson reefs. Despite it being considered a typical reef and is not dived as much as others, it has beautiful coral growth that forms a stunning drop-off.
With depths of 20 to 25 meters/66-82 feet, the dive site is suitable for divers of all levels. it is always done at a drift.
At 25 meters there’s a beautiful canyon surrounded by corals, which is the best part of Woodhouse Reef dive site.
During the dive, you can spot marine animals like clownfish, lionfish, pufferfish, moray eels, anemones, but also larger ones like stingrays and the occasional pelagics out in the blue.