Named for the deep blue water and white sand flats, this site is on the north side of the Glas Breakwater, south of Luminao Reef.
This is a very popular boat dive on calm days for but can be a challenge for experts when the swells are big and the current strong.
This site has varied plateaus at 35 and 60 feet, then slopes to a sharp drop-off at 110 feet. Novice divers can usually dive this site in calm conditions, but experienced divers might be more comfortable here.
Blue & White has extremely good visibility and is a great place to see anemones, eels and octopi as well as the large resident fish usually associated with an outer reef. Divers also see dogtooth tuna, sharks and stingrays in this area but they are almost always out over the deep walls.
Pyramid Butterfly fish are common here on the edges of the upper reef, where they swarm in schools feeding on plankton. This creates a colorful back drop for countless underwater photographic opportunities.