Boracay Island Hopping: The Angol Point Snorkeling Site
Bring your underwater camera to Boracay, Philippines. Angol Point has a well-known, very popular reef. It is among the absolute best snorkeling sites in Asia.
Because of the water currents and high visibility, Angol Point is a great place to go snorkeling in crystal clear waters. You can wade out into the water past the starfish from the beach, or you can go swimming around your boat rental.
Even if you don't know how to snorkel, you will love Angol Point!
Snorkeling Angol Point, Boracay
Both swimmers and snorkelers will enjoy the easy (non-tiring), steady currents. Snorkelers will enjoy 25-meter (80-foot) visibility in water only 5 meters (16 feet) to 12 meters (40 feet) deep.
Because of the weather and high visibility, you can snorkel at Angol Point all-year round. If you enjoy photographing coral, in particular, plan your island tours at Angol Point.
You can go snorkeling at any time of the day, even at night. In fact, full moons help to provide spectacular underwater views. You will find that the aquatic animals at Angol Point enjoy a vibrant nightlife!
Your Angol Point, Boracay Island Excursion
Tour packages may include a picnic on the beach or on a boat. But, the real draw of Angol Point is visible after you put on your snorkel mask.
The depths are shallow, the water is clear, and the marine life on your island tour will be abundant and diverse. Practice your photography skills on these colorful subjects:
- bannerfish (butterflyfish, coralfish)
- clown fish (sea anemone, anemone fish)
- damselfish (demoiselle)
- hard coral (stony coral)
- lionfish (lion fish, lion-fish, turkey fish, fire-fish)
- nudibranch (sea slug)
- ribbon eel
- scorpionfish (scorpion fish, rockfish, stonefish)
- sea cucumber
- sea snake
- soft coral
- starfish (sea star)
Even without a snorkel, the unique views at Angol Point will take your breath away!