Around Panglao we have many wonderful dive spots great for all levels. You´ll love the Philippines’ underwater scenery! Within minutes of the dive center we have Danao Wall, Haka Point or even the Alona wreck… You’ll be impressed by biodiversity, including many different species of frog fish, sea snakes, moray eel, octopus, scorpion fish, nudibranches, turtles… and if you are lucky, maybe even a whale shark!
This site is good for 2 dives but also for night diving! The sandy bottom has pinnacles of coral with plenty of macro life. The wall, decorated with soft and hard corals, drops until 25 meters where the sandy slope begins.
Kalipayan means in the local language HAPPINESS. The reef is starting at 7 meters. Around 12 meters the sandy slope starts where we can find dragon sea moths, ghost pipe fishes and many nudibranchs. The wall is decorated with soft and hard corals on the top.
This dive site was an amazing coral garden with plenty of acroporas & table corals, unfortunately many corals were damaged by the typhoon Pablo in 2012. Along the gradual slope we will find many broken corals, however the dive site is recovering and is a perfect spot to find camouflage masters, such as scorpion fish, frog fish, stone fish, etc.
BBC is short for Bohol Beach Club resort. This dive site suitable for all divers. There is a sandy slope with pinnacles of corals, and going down here we will find two Jeepneys, the famous colorful buses of the Philippines. The first Jeepney lies at a depth of 8 meters and is completely covered with soft corals. We will find the second one lying upside down at a depth of 14 meters.
This site, suitable for all divers, is also known for the “Hole in the wall” due to a small tunnel that begins at a depth of 5 meters and ends in the wall at a depth of 16 meters. Around 20 meters starts a sandy slope beautifully decorated with isolated patches of black sun coral. Throughout the dive we will find a vast number of soft corals, and on sunny days, the colors and light effects will make this one of your favorite dives.
This drop off wall dive is perfect for courses, DSDs, check dives and night dives. the dive starts around 5 meters in a sandy area with coral formations. The wall starts at 8 meters where we can find a garden of corals, and drops to 20 meters followed by a sandy slope. The wall is rich in nudibranch, morays, lion fish and anemones with all kind of clown fish.
The dive begins at a depth of 3-5 meters on the reef top with a gorgeous coral garden. Descending through the wall depending on your diving level we can go to 25m. This is the beginning of a sandy slope where at the bottom a large group of shy garden eels will hide as we approach them.
Diving down directly until reaching a depth of 18 meters, we follow the sandy slop until the wreck that lies between 31 -37 meters. The wreck is full of life and home of a frogfish. After visiting the wreck we ͛ll go back to the wall where we can enjoy the diversity of macro life.
The dive starts at a sandy area, 5 meters shallow and descends in a steep slope. Coral is the main characteristic of Doljo. There are large elephant ear sponge and tube coral used by giant frogfish as a hiding place. The impressive gorgonians, table corals and the plenty of reef fish should not keep our attention away from the blue, where we can find barracudas and Spanish mackerel.
Starting the dive in the sandy area at 5 meters shallow. Coral is the main characteristic of Doljo. There are large elephant ear sponge and tube coral used by giant frogfish as a hiding place. The impressive gorgonians, table corals and the plenty of reef fish should not keep our attention away from the blue, where we can find barracudas and Spanish mackerel.
The dive starts at a shallow coral shelf from 4m to 7m, then a vertical wall drops to 30m. The shallow shelf is rich is a rich coral garden, large Acropora table corals, pillar and leathery corals. This dive site has colorful soft corals large sponges and crinoids. In the wall also we can find some overhangs and caves.
The dive starts in the shallow water, around 2 meters, until we find the reef, there we can find the sardine run! There are over 1000 sardines swimming around us! the wall drops to 40 meters and is followed by a sandy slope. The wall is rich in corals and sponges, anthias, fusiliers, clown fish, frog fish hidden in the tube corals, anthias, nudibranchs.