Horseshoe Bay is located in the far southern end of Rinca Island, is home to several remarkable critter dives. In this area you find, among other sites, the following two:
Cannibal Rock: It is one of the most famous sites in all of the Komodo National Park, located in the south of marine reserve between Rinca and Nusa Kode Island. This site is well known as a macro dive site, since when you look for the tiny things on the reef the true beauty of this site emerges. You can find macro fishes species, such as rare kinds of nudibranchs, pygmy seahorses, sea apples, ladybugs, pygmy seahorses, frogfish, clownfish. The fish life can also be good at Cannibal Rock with an array of scorpion fish, schools of red snappers and surgeonfish.
Yellow Wall: located in the southern end of Komodo National park, is one of the best sites and is named after the large number of yellow soft corals found along the wall. The wall itself is dropping to over 30m in places, but it can be dived at any depth. The walls are packed with an incredible array of marine life and color - stunning soft corals, Spanish dancer nudibranchs, colourful sea urchins, bright red sea apples as well as a huge variety of tunicates. Crevices in the walls are home to sleeping fish, spiny and slipper lobsters, cleaner shrimps and decorator crabs.
This site is great for night dives, where you will meet sleeping coral trout, cat sharks, all kinds of cardinal fishes and parrot fishes in their mucus cocoon.