Bogaz literally means throat or neck, and is a dive spot on the mainland opposite Leek Island. First we anchor directly next to a small, pretty blue hole or cave. We enter the cave at 3 metres and exit at 12 metres. When we exit, we descend to 20 metres, our left shoulders to the wall. Here, there is a huge ancient anchor. Next, we come to sandbeds interspersed with boulders and rocks. Groupers regularly hide under the overhands. Large swarms of small fish tumble over the rocks. Octopuses are nearly always spotted on the return.