Pom Pom island is a coral cay with a fringing reef rising up from the seabed nearly 100m below. The reef slope is steep and nearly vertical in places. The lagoon supports many green turtles which come to fed and nest. The whole island has amazing biodiversity with a complete range from pygmy seahorses and other macro delights to turtles, rays and sharks. More pictures of marine Biodiversity
Above the water, the deserted beaches, great views, sunsets and blue sea make this a very special place.