Laguna de Boracay (LDB) is a diving site in Boracay.
The Laguna de Boracay (known as LDB) is a diving site that is located at the eastern part of the island of Boracay and at 8 km (4.3 nautical miles) from our Scotty's Dive Center in Boracay. This dive site is well-suited and recommended for both advanced and beginner scuba divers.
With a depth ranging from 5 to 20 meters (16 to 65 feet), the visibility underwater is pretty good and the marine life is in the area where it's easily accessible. The Laguna de Boracay dive site can be reached via the shore, but it's from the other side of the island where the kite surf is popular due to its continuous wind.
The area of Laguna de Boracay is large and the seabed is full of colorful soft and hard corals.
A great biodiversity of giant clams (AKA benitiers), anemones with their clown fishes, plenty of feather stars, shoal of butterflyfish, lionfish, squids, cuttlefish and many more, can be sighted at the LDB.
Diving at the Laguna de Boracay.
Starting with a flat seabed on top at around 5 meters (15 feet) deep, then going down slowly to 20 meters (65 feet), this diving site is perfect for all level of scuba-divers!
The beginner diver will feel comfortable enough to enjoy all the surrounding marine life. The experienced divers will be amazed by the underwater biodiversity, though.
Underwater, the colorful hard and soft tropical corals are covering the seabed while the tropical reef fishes are shoaling around.
Many different species of critters are living in the area, as well as many different shoal of fishes and school of fish.
Sea fans, gorgonians and various giant clams are also part of this underwater garden.
Our thoughts about diving at the LDB diving site.
All divers will enjoy the LDB diving site as it is one of the easiest dive to do while you are in Boracay, but it is also one of the most well known for its great underwater biodiversity.
If we have a recommendation for you, it's to not forget your underwater camera!