Moalboal Dive Spots
Dive Spots around Moalboal
Diving in Moalboal is better than ever before and the dive spots around Pescador Island and the steep walls along the coast belong to the best in the Philippines.
House Reef with Sardine Ball
Our house reef is just about 10m from the dive shop. The reef drops from 3m down to 65m. To make a dive at our house reef, just grab your Divemaster, don your dive equipment, spit in your mask and off you go, diving has never been easier! You can dive our house reef anytime, day and night. A giant school of sardines, accompanied by jacks, mackerels and even thresher sharks, have made our house reef their home, counting millions of them. More on sardines here…
Tuble, Tongo Point, White Beach, Badian Island, Ronda Bay Marine Park and others
Moalboal dive spots along the coastline of the peninsula. These impressive dive sites are home to an extraordinary array of coral, ferns, anemones, sponges and a swarming host of brightly colored fish. Groupers, turtles and sea snakes are among the common encountered residents. All dives are superb wall dives, with some small caverns and swim throughs, an interesting underwater topography as well as the most colorful reef creatures imaginable. And all dive spots can be reached with a short banca-ride of only 10-20 minutes.
A spectacular dive, for experienced divers only. It’s actually an underwater pinnacle, with the summit about 25m below the surface. You have to drop through 25m of open blue water and mostly strong currents to reach the top of this shoal. U/w photographers love to shoot pictures of the big school of lionfish, often 20 in one place and reaching substantial sizes. Also you find frogfish and spanish dancers in this area. And, of course, pelagics: great school of jacks and tuna, barracuda, grouper and snapper, schools of blue triggerfish and mackerel, as well as the occasional manta ray or shark. Beware of strong currents here.