Diving & Snorkelling

Some of the richest and most diverse coral reefs can be found in the Philippines. Being one of the most productive marine ecosystems in the world, it is no wonder the country's waters abound with species of fish, shells, various marine invertebrates and other forms of marine life found in the Indo-Pacific region.

Bohol is of course well known for it's famous dive sites such as "Balicasag Island", Pamilacan & Cabilao islands. The steep slopes and walls of Balicasag are home to a huge variety of hard and soft coral, black coral, groupers, scorpionfish, squirrel fish, triggerfish, snapper, sweetlips, frogfish, schools of Jacks and big eyed trevally.


There are also a number of excellent dive sites off Panglao Island, but the "Black Forest" in particular is one not be missed. A steep slope with many coral heads and a "forest" of black coral, big tuna, jacks, barracudas, surgeon fish, grouper and triggerfish, to name only a few.


"Doljo Point" also has steep slopes and walls where you will find seafans, bucket sponges, elephant ear coral, as well as makrel, squid, barracuda, hammerhead and white tip sharks.

The locally called "Snake Island" is a “sunken” island inhabited by various species of sea snakes. The top lies in 12 meters of depth offers a great experience do dive into the "blue". Not so good for corals, but lots of snakes and a good chance to see some "big" fish.

Time: GMT +8 hours
Language: Filipino
Currency: Philippine Peso
Weather: Cebu

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