Diving at the Tulubhan reef dive site.
The Tulubhan Reef dive site is at 8.5 kilometers (4.5 nautical miles) by speedboat from our Scotty's Dive Center in Boracay.
The Tulubhan dive site is located on the east coast side of the Boracay Island at around 20 minutes from our dive center.
The dive site is suitable for all type of scuba divers, as it starts at around 5 meters (15 feet) of depth down to 20 meters (65 feet) with a mild current.
Tulubhan Reef is composed of remarkable coral's formations where soft and hard corals are fulfilling the seabeds. A lot of critters are living with these corals. The usual tropical fishes are shoaling around these formations, like the parrotfish and the butterflyfish which give a colorful ambiance.
Sea cucumbers are very common in the area as well as the moray eels and the black and white striped sea snakes.
Diving at the Tulubhan dive site.
One of the shallow diving destination in Boracay and a perfect quiet dive for beginners, the Tulubhan reef, is also well known for having a slow and steady flow of current.
Overall the Tulubhan diving site is a fantastic and comfortable diving experience.
The Tulubhan reef is teeming with marine life and filled with colorful soft, and hard corals, vibrant feather stars, sea cucumbers, and eels are also sighted hiding in the corals.
If you want to do a relaxed dive and enjoy the colorful tropical marine life, Tulubhan Reef is for you.
Our thoughts about diving at the Tulubhan diving site.
A colorful seabed is waiting for you at the Tulubhan diving site.
There are many great coral's formations which are perfect for photography, and where the usual tropical fishes are shoaling around.
It is an excellent dive site for beginners, or for the experienced diver who wants to have a relaxed dive on a colorful diving site.
Overall, our recommendation is to dive nitrox and not to forget your underwater camera, as the Tulubhan reef is a must for photography.