Barracuda Point is one of the most popular dive sites worldwide, gaining its reputation due to the swirling "tornados" of chevron barracudas that form here and which include hundreds, if not even thousands of fish.
The dive site is between 5 and 40 meters deep and has a water temperature typical for the tropical areas, varying between 27 and 29 degrees Centigrade.
Barracuda Point boasts an excellent visibility of approximately 30 meters.
Other species of marine life present here include jacks (which also form impressive schools), parrotfish, spiny lobsters, hawksbill and green turtles, butterflyfish, nudibranchs as well as a great variety of both soft and hard corals. Occasional sightings of gray reef or whitetip reef sharks also occur here.
Early booking is advised here, as there is a limited number of daily diving permits issued for Barracuda Point. Divers also need to be of at least Advanced Open Water level.