Dive in to a wonderful aquatic adventure as you dive deep into the Hinugtan’s marine safari get to meet and greet their underwater masterpiece. Dive into the vivacious underwater scenery in a wall of forest of corals and beautiful marine life and enjoy 2 dives for just PHP 8,000 / $160. If you want to go for more dives, just for PHP 2,000 / $40 you can get 1 additional dive. You must be atleast an open water diver. Minimum of 3 persons are required for this package and you can do 2 dives for 1 day or 1 dive for half a day tour.
One of the excellent diving destination in Boracay and mainly suggested for beginners and training in scuba diving, the Angol point, for it has a shallow, easy reef dive going from 10m to 15m deep. Angol point is also good spot for those who like to take and enhance macro underwater photography since the visibility is very good and the underwater sanctuary is full of life and flourishing with colors. Highly recommended for night dives also.
One of the shallow diving destination in Boracay, the Tulobhan reef, is also well known for having slow and steady flow of current making it an amazing and comfortable diving experience. The Tulobhan reef is situated beside the Laguna de Boracay diving destination where its starting depth starts at 5m and maximum of 20m. It is accessible through 15 to 30 minutes boat ride or via swimming from the shore.
Located beside the Yapak diving destinations and the Balinghai wall, Punta Bunga is another accessible diving destination from the shores of Boracay. Punta Bunga is recommended for beginner and training scuba divers. Punta Bunga can be reach via 15 minute boat ride from boat station 1. With its calm waters, you will dive in a unique experience and allows you to absorb and enjoy the underwater sceneries.
Ideal place for scuba diving and technical diving training, Kontiki house reef offers a good shallow flat area and pretty suitable for novice divers. The shallow part of the reef sets out with sea grass beds and amazing formed corals, and an artificial reef artifact which is a giant iron clam sunk down in the 90s and now filled with life of hard and soft corals. Good for underwater photography training.
The Yapak dive sites are located at the western end of Boracay and just near the Punta Bunga diving destination area. A 15 minutes boat ride from stations 1 and 2 can take your to Yapak dive sites. Yapak sites are separated walls which spans at 30m going down to 70m. The walls are divided into four different dives. This dive site is known for mild to strong currents.
The Laguna de Boracay is a diving destination that is located at the eastern part of the island of Boracay. This dive site is well-suited and recommended for both advance and beginner scuba divers. With a depth ranging from 5m to 20m, the visibility of the marine life is pretty good and the area is easily accessible with a good current flowing. Laguna de Boracay can be reached via the shores.
The Balinghai dive site is located right in between the Punta Bunga and the Diniwid dive sites and just a 10 minute boat ride from the shores of Boracay boat station one and two. The dive site is consist of two walls that are positioned parallel from each other. The two walls have different minimum and maximum depth and both have different marine diversities and attractions.
The Virgin drop dive site is just a 15 minute boat ride from the boat station one or two in the Boracay shores. You will be needing to bring a dive computer along with you if you want to embark into the Virgin drop dive site. The dive site has a long wall that goes on and on with many crevices and cracks where you will see critters hiding themselves away from the rest of the marine civilization.
One of the most visited diving destination in Boracay is the Coral garden. The Coral garden got its name from the hard corals that are forming in the reef, especially cabbage corals. It is locared right in the center of the west coast of Boracay and accessible from boat station 1 and boat station 2. This dive site is ideal for beginners in scuba diving and for those who just want to snorkel around. The waters in this area is just calm and clear and it is also a popular fish-feeding area.
Crocodile island is an uninhabited island that looks like a crocodile from afar. One of the main attractions of Boracay and usual island hopping tours and snorkeling spot since it is just 5 to 10 minutes away from the Boracay white beaches. Crocodile island has good and strong currents, perfect for drift diving and with a pretty good visibility at most times and it is known as a four-star dive site in Boracay.
Channel drift is located right in between the Boracay island and the Aklan mainlain. It takes 15 to 30 minutes boat ride to the dive site. It is also known as Channel steps by the locals in Boracay. This dive site is like coral garden, full of flora and fauna and you will find amazing rock formations, hard and soft corals and school of fishes such as batfish, sweetlips, snappers and stingrays.
Lauren island is situated just behind Crocodile island dive site and from the shores of Boracay will take 45 minutes to an hour to get to the island by boat. Laurel island is divided into two dive sites: the Laurel island and the Laurel tunnel. Both diving destinations are quite close to each other and can make a perfect island tour worth diving. Currents may stay quite moderate, but it is always advisable to be a little more experienced in drift diving so that you can enjoy and be safe in this fun diving destination.
Camia ship wreck dive site is one of the premiere diving destinations in Boracay and it is situated between Virgin drop and Coral garden diving destinations. A 30m long cargo boat that was sank in January 2001 as a fish attraction device, and it developed as an artificial reef and now being resided by couple of huge red bass, some bluefin trevallies, scorpion fish and a school of batfish.
Fridays rock actually covers two dive sites: the Fridays reef which is 7 to 12 meters, and the Fridays rock which is 12 to 18 meters deep. It is a known fish-feeding station and most anticipated by underwater photographers for they are able to capture close-up shots of emperor fish, triggerfishes, red bass, scorpionfish and surgeon fishes. Butterfly fishes and batfishes can be sighted too. Amazing different kids of soft and hard coral formations are also covering the sea beds of both Fridays rock and Fridays reef.