Las Lajas are steps formed by submerged tectonic plates and in some parts they form a half tube. The first section sits at about 4-5m and is a good representation of the local marine life. We swim a bit further out to reach the second slab at about 10-12m. deep. There we will find a lot of conger eels tucked away in the crevices, as well as octopus, weaver fish, crabs, shrimps and more!