When the tide is low, Elephant rock has a formation that makes it appear like an elephant with its trunk in the water. It is a site known for its rock formations, with all different size boulders, leaving little cracks and caves and also some small pinnacle formations. The layering of rocks here is clearly visible in some places.
This site can be explored in different directions, allowing you to drop to 90ft or stay at a little shallower 40ft so is accessible to most divers. The folding and stacking of the rocks here leave plenty of hiding holes for creatures to hide out. White tips hide in small caves or on the sandy bottom towards the northern area.
Time of year and weather conditions can find the water temperatures to range between 65-80 degrees F (18-27C).
Marine life that are commonly seen at these sites include white tip reef sharks, eel species, eagle rays, round rays, octopus, schools of grunts/angel fish/surgeon fish, lobsters and maybe some nudibranchs.