Located on the east side of the Island, Haruina is characterized by a combination of dramatic walls and a sloping reef. It is full of diverse marine life and it’s famous for drift diving. The reef drops down to more than 100 meters so it is more likely to see pelagic-like hammerhead sharks, tunas and other larger species. The reef is also good for snorkelers since the top of the reef is about 5 meters. It was named as the most biodiverse reefs in the world by a study done by Conservation International with over 300 fish species counted on one dive.