Balicasag Island Dive Map

Rico’s Wall Balicasag Island

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Marine sanctuary= its a wall dive.average of 23m maximum of 40 m,.on the top about 5m up to 12m are composed of hard corals in different beautiful colors, more than 10 giant clamps,. You can also find here jack fish, barracudas, sea turtles sometimes,small stuffs,and giant gorgonians.

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NAPALING POINT Panglao Island

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level: open water and beyond shallow area 4m max depth 40m really nice corals in the shallow area ,specially bright the soft corals, small stuff could be seen in the around the wall. average 18m. maximum 40m. sometime manta ray passing by some nudibrach frog fish and also more of wire corals.

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Momo Point Panglao Island

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level: open water and beyond shallow area 5m max depth 28m shallow area from 5m descending to 12m, full of really bright soft corals. the wall goes down to 28m but also a 18m could be requested for open water divers. variety of small fish on the top area.

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DOLJO POINT Panglao Island

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level: open water and beyond shallow area 5m max depth 18-45m A shallow area where we can find more of macro life and a wall after that. Big elephant ears, huge gorgonias, table and fire corals, tube sponges, together with frogfish, nudibranch, trevallies, lionfish, would make our dive amazing. Probably one of the healthy corals on the area. really worth it to try.

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PUNTOD WALL Panglao Island

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level: open water and beyond shallow area 5m max depth 18-30m Shallow area with a big numbers of hard corals dressing the area together with a lot of coral fish. after the shallow area a wall dive start from 10 to 30m. a dive in 18m depending of the demand of the group. giant sea fan, gorgonias, big soft corals. clown fish, frogfish, lionfish, Spanish mackerels and some trevallies would make our dive really enjoyable.

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HABAGAT WRECK Panglao Island

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level: advanced divers shallow area 7m max depth 37m right in front of alona beach we can find this wreck. the dive would be from starting from a buoy where the end is attach right in front of the wreck. The top part of the wreck is on 28m where the engine room is, while the front of the boat descend to 37m. some giant lionfish, catfish, pipefish, school of yellow trevallies, tiny box fish, and morey eel. After the boat we will ascend slowly to the sloppy area until we reach the wall, ending the dive at 5m at the wall.

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KALIPAYAN Panglao Island

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level: open water and beyond shallow area 7m max depth 18-23m shallow part starting from 5-7m of sandy area ,full of patch of corals, with an amazing quality of macro life such a pipefish, shrimpfish, anemone shrimps, porcelain crabs, nudibranchs, etc. the wall dive with an average 12m would make the day for an experience divers, a wall where you can find frogfish, ghost pipefish, coral-banded sea snakes, different kind of morey eels, different kind of nudibranchs (depending of the season), with the visit of turtles sometimes. And a unforgettable experience

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House Reef Panglao Island

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level: open water and and beyond shallow area 5m maximum depth 18- 20m really easy wall dive with where you can spotted group of batfish, different families of nudibrachs, hundreds of sandy eels, morey eel, banana nudibrach, frogfishs,etc. on shallow area (5-6m) really good for more macro life. Night dive in that area is a must, where the wall wake up and all the soft corals start feeding themselves with the plankton. the orange corals, looking just like a beautiful flowers, together with the night live such a crabs, shrimps, cuttlefish, octopus and a beautiful wall will make your dive unforgettable.

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Crystal Coast (Marine Park) Panglao Island

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level:open water and beyond shallow area 4m max depth 21m near the clip of crystal coast, shallow part going down from 4 to 6m where you can find soft corals for 15-20 min dive, after we the wall start in the middle of the dive bringing the max depth to 21m. Medium size barracudas, sweetlips, batfish, etc. on the wall nudibranch, moray eels, lionfish, ghostpipe fish, frogfish, crocodilefish, etc. turtles come and visit sometimes