Gatama Atoll is one of the top tourist attractions of the Pelago Commonwealth, along with Manoa Lai. A large variety of tropical fish can be found here, along with an almost-as-large variety of larger creatures, from the Humpback Whale to the Leatherback Turtle.
"A tropical ocean paradise loved by divers for its colorful coral and fish and more recently by scientists for its unique marine life. With plenty of large and small fish, this is an ideal diving location."
The locations from which the player can enter the water fom the boat in this area include:
- Atoll Gate (A1)
- Spring Garden (C5)
- Deep Hole Entrance (E7)
- Private Reef Entrance (G5)
This little ring in the northwestern corner of Gatama is a paradise for tropical fish like False Clown Anemonefish, Blue Tang, and many, many more. Young dusky batfish and sailfin tang can be found in zoom-in spots here. In the southeastern corner of the Atoll Gate is the exit, which leads you to everything else in Gatama Atoll.
This massive structure in western Gatama is littered with small rock spires covered in fan coral that protrude from the floor. Green Sea Turtles and Sailfin Tang are common here. A mother humpback whale and her calf are often reported in the area. Sometimes, though, they aren't there... and someone else is.
This location/diving spot is often nicknamed the yellow area because of the yellow tang and golden trevallies that live around here. It leads to the Private Reef.
This microatoll is made up of a bunch of circular stones popping out of the sand. When the tide is low, these stones will emerge from the water! West Indian Manatees live around here.
This small rock pops out of the water between the Atoll Gate and Spring Garden. It is so-called because of the abundance of short-beaked common dolphins around it. The Holy Treasure is buried in the sand near here.
This area is so-called because it is in the "belly-button" area of Gatama Atoll (located at coordinates D-5, in the upper left corner). They say that the legendary Cacao Maharaja swims around near here.
A steep rock formation located at D-4. California Sea Lions swim on the southeast side.
The drop-off in the southwestern corner of Gatama Atoll. A pod of Humpback Whales swim about in this area.
A grouping of cabbage coral located at F-7. A shoal of Broadclub Cuttlefish make their homes here.