The Agus bay dive site is in Mactan, Cebu.
The Agus bay is a very easy site to dive, where the dive is mainly done along a nice wall covered of differents sponges and corals.
If you have very good eyes, you might be able to see the very tiny pygmy seahorse, if not, you will always be able to see some nice cuttlefish, nudibranchs, lobster mantis, pipefish, mandarin fish, puffer fish and many more.
The Agus Bay dive site also known as Hadsan, is within the waters of Mactan island at just 10 minutes by boat, 4 kilometers (2 nautical miles) from the Scotty's Dive Center, bearing to the 218°. The underwater photographer will find an underwater haven, where the biodiversity of the marine life is outstanding.
The beginner diver will love this dive site too!
Why? Because it's an easy dive along a wall covered with vibrant colors of soft corals as well as many different species of colorful hard corals.
This dive site is famous for its incredible array of sponges, ferns, anemones and wide schools of colorful fishes.
Why diving at the Agus bay diving spot?
The Agus bay dive site is very accessible which make it as a very nice scuba diving training area for all kind of dive course, specially the underwater photography course as the Agus bay offers a lots of amazing and colorful pictures to be taken from.
The Agus bay dive site, usually, has a great visibility of around 20 meters (60 feet).
The Hadsan dive site and the Agus bay dive site are both an extention of each other.
What can be seen at the Agus bay dive site?
The biodiversity at the Agus bay dive site is quite impressive, you will see at least the following five:
- Soft and hard colored corals.
- Numerous kinds of nudibranch.
- Huge shoal of fishes, like butterfly fish or angel fish and sardines.
- A lot of very colored reef fishes.
- A lot of gorgonians and sea ferns.