Dive in Philippines

    Beatrice Rock Anilao and Batangas, Philippines

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    Block #1 Balabac - Bugsuk, Philippines

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    Nunez Shoal Malapascua, Philippines

    A stunning wall dive, Nunez Shoal hosts a wide variety of life. As you approach the wall and drop off, look ahead into the sandy areas for groups of garden eels. As you drop over the wall, look out into the blue for pelagics such as eagle rays and sharks, and along the wall you can spot white eyed…
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    Calanggaman Island Malapascua, Philippines

    Calanggaman Island is the picture postcard desert island, actually chosen from over 7,000 islands to grace the cover of Jens Peters - the definitive Philippines Travel Guide.Calangaman Island is palm trees and a pile of white sand surrounded by crystal clear water and steep walls dropping off into…
    Koala Dive site, Anilao Philippines

    Daryl Laut Anilao and Batangas, Philippines

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    Daryl Laut Anilao and Batangas, Philippines

    Hole in the Wall Puerto Galera, Philippines

    Situated on Escarceo Point, this dive is typically performed as an 18m/60' profile. Allowing for currents you drop into 9m/30' of well-lit water, with fields of table corals as good as anywhere in the world. You descend in several stepped drop-offs, each about 3m/9' and reach The Hole at about…
    Whaleshark Outside Irako Maru, Coron Palawan

    Irako Coron Island, Philippines

    Located in the south-east of Lusong Island south of the Kogyo Maru, the Irako, a Japanese supply ship, 147m (482ft) long with 9.570 G.R.T., was sunk in this furious strike of the American Air force in September 24, 1944.The Irako, a provision-vessel for refrigerating food, sunk after disastrous…

    Manila Channel Puerto Galera, Philippines

    An abundance of stony hard coral can be found at this dive site. The reef starts in 1m/3' of water and extends out until two small walls are encountered, which drop down to 18m/60'. Several medium sized groupers live here but are difficult to spot since they are well camouflaged and retreat to their…
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    Pescador Island Moalboal, Philippines

    Pescador island is a marine sanctuary. You can dive several times here, best is the S part. There is a steep wall with a cave named cathedral in the NW side.The major attraction at this island is the resident schools of sardines that must number in the tens of thousands. These small fish attract…
    atop the shallow reef on a stop after a long dive in Sombrero Island

    Sombrero Island Anilao and Batangas, Philippines

    On thesurface, this island resembles a hat underwater, so its profile makethe name Sombrero even more appropriate. The rim of the "hat" stretches a long way underwater from north tosouth. Gorgonians, black coral, shells, turtles, rays, grunts, jacks, snappers, and a great variety of soft corals are…

    The Canyons Puerto Galera, Philippines

    An advanced dive that requires a good dive guide to allow for the currents to sweep you into position. Racing over several small drop-offs below the Hole in the Wall covered in soft corals and sponges, you can duck into and one of the Canyons for a respite from the current. There is much to find on…

    Verde Island Wall Verde Island, Philippines

    Verde Island Diving is excellent, with warm water, 30m plus on average visibility and good fish and coral life all add up to a world class destination.Depending on state of tide the current on the wall face can be nothing to very strong >3 knts and very easy to miss the duck back around/over the…

    Verde Island Wall Verde Island, Philippines

    Verde Island Diving is excellent, with warm water, 30m plus on average visibility and good fish and coral life all add up to a world class destination.Depending on state of tide the current on the wall face can be nothing to very strong >3 knts and very easy to miss the duck back around/over the…

    The Washing Machine - Verde… Verde Island, Philippines

    A high-voltage dive made over a series of seven shallow gullies with the current taking your bubbles in all directions, and throwing you around. Requires a good guide and some experience of current diving. Made at slack tide it is an easy dive.
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    Langilan Cebu, Philippines

    Reef top with many soft corals, hard corals.We find turtles, big puffer fishes, nudybranches and sometimes rays =)

    Liloan Dumaguete, Philippines

    Hard and soft corals., excellent coral garden teeming with marine life. Bring your camera ! currents can vary here from none to very fast and powerful. Surface marker buoys recommended.
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    Monad Shoal/Shark Point Malapascua, Philippines

    Monad Shoal is an underwater island onthe edge of a 200m drop off, and is famous as the only place in theworld where thresher sharks can be seen everyday. This place has acleaning station for pelagic. Giant manta rays are also a common sightyear round. The shoal attracts other pelagics such as devil…
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    Gato Island - The Cave Malapascua, Philippines

    This L shape cave is really great. The Cave, or more accurately, "The Tunnel". Journey underneath Gato Island and come out the other side! This 30m tunnel houses all the usual cave dwellers: many types of crab big and small, lobsters and cardinal fish. You should also encounter some large puffer…

    Gato Island - The Cave Malapascua, Philippines

    This L shape cave is really great. The Cave, or more accurately, "The Tunnel". Journey underneath Gato Island and come out the other side! This 30m tunnel houses all the usual cave dwellers: many types of crab big and small, lobsters and cardinal fish. You should also encounter some large puffer…

    Gato Island - The Cave Malapascua, Philippines

    This L shape cave is really great. The Cave, or more accurately, "The Tunnel". Journey underneath Gato Island and come out the other side! This 30m tunnel houses all the usual cave dwellers: many types of crab big and small, lobsters and cardinal fish. You should also encounter some large puffer…
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    Yapak Boracay, Philippines

    Yapak 1 and 2 are actually two separate walls which begin at 30 meters and drop down to 70 meters. The most famous of Boracay’s dive sites, close encounters with white tip and grey reef sharks, dogtooth tuna, groupers, napoleon wrasses and giant trevallies are common. Surface conditions can be…
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    Yapak Boracay, Philippines

    Yapak 1 and 2 are actually two separate walls which begin at 30 meters and drop down to 70 meters. The most famous of Boracay’s dive sites, close encounters with white tip and grey reef sharks, dogtooth tuna, groupers, napoleon wrasses and giant trevallies are common. Surface conditions can be…
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    Yapak Boracay, Philippines

    Yapak 1 and 2 are actually two separate walls which begin at 30 meters and drop down to 70 meters. The most famous of Boracay’s dive sites, close encounters with white tip and grey reef sharks, dogtooth tuna, groupers, napoleon wrasses and giant trevallies are common. Surface conditions can be…
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    Yapak Boracay, Philippines

    Yapak 1 and 2 are actually two separate walls which begin at 30 meters and drop down to 70 meters. The most famous of Boracay’s dive sites, close encounters with white tip and grey reef sharks, dogtooth tuna, groupers, napoleon wrasses and giant trevallies are common. Surface conditions can be…
    Akitsushima Machine Gun and Bomb, Coron Palawan

    Akitsushima Coron Island, Philippines

    Located in between the islands of Lajo and Manglet south of Concepcion village on Busuanga Island, lies the Akitsushima Wreck.One of the few real warships among the Coron wrecks. The Akitsushima was sunk by the Americans in 1944. The wreck is 148m (485ft) long, had 4.650 G.R.T. and lies on port side…
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    Alona Beach Sanctuary Balicasag, Philippines

    This dive sites lies 5 min. by boat from Alona beach. Shallow dive (max. 25m) on a wall with many vertical cuts. Anemones and multicolored corals teeming with life. Small fish, scorpionfishes, frogfishes and nudibranchs. Seasnakes can be found in sandy areas. Best place for a night dive

    Alona Beach Sanctuary Balicasag, Philippines

    This dive sites lies 5 min. by boat from Alona beach. Shallow dive (max. 25m) on a wall with many vertical cuts. Anemones and multicolored corals teeming with life. Small fish, scorpionfishes, frogfishes and nudibranchs. Seasnakes can be found in sandy areas. Best place for a night dive
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    Angol Point Boracay, Philippines

    This is an excellent dive site for beginners and training dives. The reef is covered with stony corals, leather corals, nudibranchs, anemones, sea stars and sea cucumbers. It is also a favourite for night dives and is a good spot for macro photography. Good for snorkelling, too.

    Black forest Balicasag, Philippines

    Black forest is the main attraction of Balicasag island. it is a steep sandy slope that reaches to a depth of over 40 meters. Starting in deeper waters, you'll find forests of black corals, and can find large groupers, Napoleon Wrasse, barracuda, tuna, snappers, and batfish. Going up, the black…
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    Camia II Boracay, Philippines

    The Camia II, once a steel hulled fishing vessel, was sunk in January 2000. It rests on the bottom at 30 meters with its wheel house at 20 meters. It has since developed very nicely as an artificial reef. The sealife include large red bass, bluefin trevallies, scorpion fish, school of batfish,…
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    Camia II Boracay, Philippines

    The Camia II, once a steel hulled fishing vessel, was sunk in January 2000. It rests on the bottom at 30 meters with its wheel house at 20 meters. It has since developed very nicely as an artificial reef. The sealife include large red bass, bluefin trevallies, scorpion fish, school of batfish,…
    little frogfish in the wreck

    Camia II Boracay, Philippines

    The Camia II, once a steel hulled fishing vessel, was sunk in January 2000. It rests on the bottom at 30 meters with its wheel house at 20 meters. It has since developed very nicely as an artificial reef. The sealife include large red bass, bluefin trevallies, scorpion fish, school of batfish,…
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    Gunter's wall Leyte, Philippines

    Wall covered with large black corals.A series of large rock out crops away from the main reef wall.Huge gorgonian fans, big bushes of black coral, sponges, tunicates, excellent hard coral coverage.Turtles, Emperor Fish, schools of Snapper and Fusilier, Bat Fish, Garden Eels, Nudibranchs, Ornate…
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    Sabang Wrecks Puerto Galera, Philippines

    3 wrecks have been sunk to create an artificial reef system.
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    Balinghai Boracay, Philippines

    Balinghai is two walls running parallel to each other. The deep wall features sharks and tuna while the shallow wall is pockmarked by small holes which house anthias, lionfish, triggerfish, bannerfish, puffers and gobies.

    Arco Point Panglao, Philippines

    Located near the exclusive Bohol Beach Club, Arco Point is also known as the "Hole in the Wall" because there is a vertical funnel which you can enter at 9m and exit at 18m. Along the short wall, you can come across small groupers, trigger fish, wrasse, butterfly fish, sea snakes and moray eels. The…
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    Friday's Rock Boracay, Philippines

    A dive at Friday’s can actually cover two dive sites: Friday’s Reef which is 7 to 12 meters, and Friday’s Rock which is 12 to 18 meters. This famous fish-feeding station is a large boulder which provides photographers a chance to capture close-up shots of emperors, triggerfish, red bass,…
    nudibranch seen on fridays rock

    Friday's Rock Boracay, Philippines

    A dive at Friday’s can actually cover two dive sites: Friday’s Reef which is 7 to 12 meters, and Friday’s Rock which is 12 to 18 meters. This famous fish-feeding station is a large boulder which provides photographers a chance to capture close-up shots of emperors, triggerfish, red bass,…

    Tribird Boracay, Philippines

    TribirdTribird is a plane wreck which was sunk on purpose by the Boracay Acossiation of Scuba Schools. It was sunk in February 2012 to create a new dive site. since it is very new there are not too many corals growing on the plane yet, but since it is in the middle of a reef system you have a lot of…