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 Coral Garden
Located just to the West of Medio Island
For all divers including the beginner
The conditions are usually calm, although during the monsoon season it can get rough
The best time to dive is on flood tide when visibility can reach 20 meters / 65 feet
The Maximum depth is 12 meters / 40 feet
Stony and soft corals from about 3 meters / 9 feet
Excellent for snorkeling
Excellent for underwater photography

 The Pink Wall
Located at the southern headland of Escarceo Point
For all divers including the beginner
The conditions are usually calm during flood tide, but now and then rough with a strong current
The best time to dive is on flood tide when visibility can reach 15 meters / 50 feet
The maximum depth is 12 meters / 40 feet
The Pink Wall is an overhanging wall at 10 meters / 30 feet and is covered with pink corals and cup corals
Excellent for night diving






 

   



                    
 The Hill
Located at the southeast end of the Batangas Channel
For all divers including the beginner
The conditions are usually calm, but they can occasionally get rough with strong currents
The visibility reaches 20 meters / 65 feet
The maximum depth is 18 meters / 60 feet
Small reef fish, soft corals and sponges abound

 

 Hole in the Wall
West of Escarceo Point
For all divers including the beginner
The conditions are sometimes choppy with strong currents, but it can be very rough with fierce currents
The visibility reaches 25 meters / 80 feet
Maximum depth is 18 meters / 60 feet
A very popular dive site.
One swims through a hole and reaches abundant marine life with corals in all the beauty and glory











 La Laguna Point
West of Sabang
For all divers including the beginner
The conditions are usually calm with a gentle current
The visibility reaches 20 meters / 65 feet
Maximum depth is 15 meters / 50 feet
A short wall from 12 meters (40 feet) to 15 meters (50 feet) with colorful crinoids, nudibranches and a great variety of small reef fish

 Manila Channel
Between Medio and Boquete Island
For all divers including the beginner
The conditions are usually calm with a gentle current
The visibility reaches 20 meters / 65 feet
Maximum depth 18 meters / 60 feet
An abundance of stony and soft corals along a 3 meter / 10 feet drop-off










 Sabang Point
East of Sabang
For all divers including the beginner
The conditions are usually calm with a slight current
The visibility reaches 20 meters / 65 feet
Maximum depth 21 meters / 70 feet
A beautiful wall dropping to about 22 meters / 72 feet with abundant corals, soft as well as stony

 Sabang Wreck
North of Sabang Beach
For all divers including the beginner
The conditions are usually calm, although there might be a slight current
The visibility reaches 20 meters / 65 feet
Maximum depth 18 meters / 60 feet
Local dive shops sank this Chinese fishing junk in 1993. The artificial reef that developed over the years has attracted lion fish, moray eels, batfish









 West Escarceo & Deep Escarceo
West of Escarceo Point For all divers, but the depth depends on the certification level
The surface is now and then choppy and the currents can be strong
Visibility is usually around 25 meters / 80 feet
Maximum depth is 30 meters / 100 feet
A beautiful site that slopes from 9 meters / 30 feet to 30 meters / 100 feet with table corals, moorish idols, puffer fish, and sponges

 Dungeon Wall
West of Escarceo Point
For all divers including beginners
The surface is now and then choppy and the currents can be strong
Visibility is usually 25 meters / 80 feet
Maximum depth is 18 meters / 60 feet
Lots of good soft corals, crinoids and a great variety of reef fish. It is an easy dive with drop offs from 12 meter / 40 feet to 25 meters / 80 feet









 Monkey Beach
East of Sabang
For all divers including beginners
The surface is now and then choppy and the currents can be occasionally strong
Visibility is usually 25 meters / 80 feet
Maximum depth is 18 meters / 60 feet
A huge variety of marine life at a beautiful coral slope to 18 meters / 60 feet

 Ernie's Cave
East of Monkey Beach
For the more advanced diver
The surface is usually calm and medium currents
Visibility is usually 25 meters / 80 feet
Maximum depth is 27 meters / 90 feet
Two small caves.
One can be found at 22 meters / 72 feet, the other at 27 meters / 90 feet. They are the home of jacks, surgeon fish, and unicorn fish among others.










 St. Christopher Wreck
West of Sabang
For the more advanced diver
The surface is usually calm with mild currents
Visibility is usually 20 meters / 65 feet
Maximum depth is 24 meters / 80 feet
St. Christopher sank in 1995 and its crew has been replaced by moray eels, twin spotted snappers.

 Boulders
South of Escarceo Point
For divers with some experience
The surface is sometimes choppy and can get quite rough
Visibility is usually 24 meters / 80 feet
Maximum depth is 24 meters / 80 feet
As the name says : large boulders to a depth of 24 meters / 80 feet that form overhangs, and tunnels and swim throughs.
Large fish are often seen there among them sting rays and octopi









 Dungeon Wreck
West of Escarceo
For more advanced divers
The surface is sometimes choppy and occasionally strong currents
Visibility is usually 25 meters / 80 feet
Maximum depth is 27 meters / 90 feet
Dungeon wreck is an old concrete catamaran sunk in 1994.
Home of colorful crinoids, butterfly fish, angelfish, groupers, puffer fish, scorpion fish, among a wide range of other marine life.

 Shark Caves
East of Escarceo Point
For more advanced divers
The surface is sometimes choppy with strong currents, which makes it advisable to make this dive at slack tide.
Visibility is usually 20 meters / 65 feet
Maximum depth is 27 meters / 90 feet
White tip reefs sharks rest inside a 15 meter / 50 feet overhang and blue spotted sting rays can be see as well.
The area around it hosts nudibranches, angelfish, and moorish idols.







 The Atoll
Southeast of Escarceo Point
For more advanced divers
The surface is sometimes choppy with medium currents
Visibility is usually 33 meters / 110 feet
Maximum depth is 18 meters / 60 feet
An atoll shaped rock, 15 meters / 50 feet wide rises from 33 meters / 110 feet to 21 meters / 70 feet.
Many different species can be found in particular lion fish in the overhangs and blue spotted stingray in the sand

 The Canyons
Northeast of Escarceo Point
ONLY for advanced divers
The surface is sometimes choppy with medium currents
Visibility is usually 25 meters / 80 feet
Maximum depth is 33 meters / 110 feet
There is a multitude of marine life like barracuda, large sweet lips, and white tip reef sharks.
Beside experience you will need a good guide








 Dungeon Wreck
West of Escarceo
For more advanced divers
The surface is sometimes choppy and occasionally strong currents
Visibility is usually 25 meters / 80 feet
Maximum depth is 27 meters / 90 feet
Dungeon wreck is an old concrete catamaran sunk in 1994.
Home of colorful crinoids, butterfly fish, angelfish, groupers, puffer fish, scorpion fish, among a wide range of other marine life.









                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           

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