Dive Sites

  • Tubbataha Dive Sites

    Situated in Sulu Sea at the Islands of Palawan, this dive site is indisputably decorated by nature and preserved by local efforts. Amazing dive sites are lying within the area, giving a dive to it will show the greatness of the entire place that is rich with various sea creatures.

  • Bancoran Island

    Bancoran Island used to be a famous dive site. It is located at approximately 38 nautical miles west southern of Basterra Reef. There were 5 star dives I the west and northwest faces.

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  • Basterra Reef – East Face

    The east face of Basterra Reef is a rich coral slope with a wall that drops to 25 feet. This is said to be the best portion of the reef for large table and staghorn corals, stony corals, boulder corals, mushroom corals and several fire corals.

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  • Basterra Reef – North End


    The north end of Basterra Reef is a small dive site that is similar those of Jessie Beazley Reef and the Tubbataha Reefs. However, Basterra Reef has even more marine species action to watch out for.

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  • Basterra Reef- South Wall

    The south wall of Basterra reef is located at the south tip of the reef. It has a current condition of mild to strong currents that change without alarm. This can make your dive really a fierce one.

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  • Jessie Beazley

    Jessie Beazley is an amazing dive site located at approximately 20 km northwest of North Tubbataha. It is a small reef that offers an overwhelming and exhilarating dive. Fishing is allowed here for it is not as secured as a marine park. Dive operators commonly get here when the weather is calm.

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  • Jessie Beazley Reef – Southern End

    The southern end of the Jessie Beazley Reef is one of the greatest dive spots found in the system. It is rewarded for the excellence of its water’s visibility and spectacular marine life. Aside from beimg an excellent dive spot, it is also an ideal place for macro-underwater photography.

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  • Tubbataha Reef (North Islet, East Face)

    The east face of Tubbataha reef is an excellent dusk dive site for here are plenty of marine species in action, very ideal for macro photography. Between 45 feet and 65 feet is a rich coral slope on sand that drops to a wall with caves, crevices and overhangs.

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  • Tubbataha Reef (North Islet, North Face)

    With an average depth of 100 feet and a maximum depth of 200 feet, this north end of Tubbataha reef is another must-visit site in Palawan. It has a sandy slope with coral heads and leads to a wall with overhangs, caves and crevices. Among these are giant gorgonian sea fans, black corals, soft corals and barrel sponges.

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  • Tubbataha Reef (South Islet, North/ Northeast end)

    The northeast end of Tubbataha Reef South Islet is another rich slope with an average depth of 60 feet to a maximum depth of 200 feet plus. Here is a wall that has an abundant growth of gorgonian sea fans, soft corals and barrel sponges.

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  • Tubbataha Reef (South Islet, Southeast/ southwest end)

    The south end of Tubbataha reef south islet is much alike with the dive at the islet’s northeast end. But, the south end has a far larger area of shallow reef top.

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  • Tubbataha Reef – North Islet, Southeast Corner

    The southeast corner of Tubbataha Reef North Islet is a gentle slope with plenty of mixed corals reaching up to 40 feet and drops into a deep wall. It has a huge reef top with leopard fish, sea cucumbers, giant clams, octopus, and Bohadschia sea cucumbers.

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  • Tubbataha Reef – North Islet, Southwest Corner

    The southeast corner of Tubbataha Reef North Islet is composed of shallow reef slopes that are between 33 feet and 65 feet. In the rich sandy slopes are lots of small reef fish and numerous guitar sharks as well as the leopard sharks.

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