Depth: 10-80 foot wall
Bottom Time: 20-45 Minutes based on dive plan
Sealife: shells, lobsters, turtles, goatfish, ta'ape
To the East f Devils Rock is a three mile long drop-off known as Waialua Wall. The vertical varies from 10 to 80 feet, and displays a wide variety of colorful Hawaiian corals. In the shallows, the rock shelves are blanketed with octocorals, and from 30 to 70 feet crevices and caves break into the wall.
Take a light (available from our shop) to look for shells and lobsters, and keep an eye out for turtles usually seen there. The bottom is mostly coral rubble amidst boulders, and habitat to large schools of goatfish and ta'ape.