Dive in Cabilao

    Cambaquiz Cabilao, Philippines

    This is a very nice dive just in front of the village. Wall down to 30m with a small cave. The sandy part in between the reefs is easy to find a double-ended and an ornate pipefish.

    Fallen tree Cabilao, Philippines

    Nice wall with gorgonian sea fans and black corals. Sometime you can see turtles here... If your lucky you will see the school of Big eye jacks and Barracuda in one dive. If the current picke up, you wil see Tunas, Mackerel and lots of snappers.

    Lighthouse Cabilao, Philippines

    Wall down to 25m, then a plateau at 30m, followed by another wall. Strong currents possible. In winter (Dec. to April) hammerheads and white-tipped reefsharks are possible. In summer they are sometimes seen in deeper areas. Barracuda and jackfish schools. The diveguides find all kinds of strange…

    Shark view point Cabilao, Philippines

    The plateau is 30m deep. In this area, there is always a little bit current. This IS the place to see hammerheads and white-tipped reefsharks (in winter). You may also find Pygmy and Thorny seahorses.

    South point Cabilao, Philippines

    Great coral garden with giant table corals (between 5 and 15m). Large fish shoals. Lots of caves and overhangings with sometime White Tip Sharks.

    Talisay tree Cabilao, Philippines

    See fallen tree. It's the same kind of dive.

    Mangrove dive Cabilao, Philippines

    We wanted to look at the animals that live in the water under mangrove trees, so we asked a divecenter and they organized a trip to a place close to Sandigan. We did some diving and snorkeling in the mangroves and found many interesting animals, special nudibranchs, a brown sea snake, dragonets and…

    Three Coconuts Cabilao, Philippines

    On the western side of Cabilao Island is Three Coconuts. Major attractions to be found in this dive spot are large table corals. Like the Lighthouse, the depth for Three Coconuts is at five to 50 meters. Even though the corals take center stage in this dive site, other marine life also abound here…