Explore Boracay's reefs and wrecks with this fun diving tour. Crystal clear water and amazing white sand aren’t the only things Boracay is proud of. This beautiful island is home to amazing underwater creatures and sights that are truly captivating.
The diving sites around Boracay are quite accessible. Reefs close to the island are about 5-15 minutes away by boat. Scuba divers enjoy the dive sites of Boracay as they explore their caves, ledges, swim- through, cubbyholes and walls.
In Boracay’s dive sites, there are sightings of beautiful corals and other sea creatures such as nudibranch, sea snakes, pufferfish, eels, sea stars, anemones, lobsters, and pygmy seahorse among others. If you are lucky there are even rays, tunas, and sharks that would make your day.
For wreck enthusiasts, the two monolith wrecks near the island are like a slice of heaven under the sea. The locals commonly call one of the wrecks as Camia 2. It is a 90-foot cargo ship that was intentionally sunk in 2001. To date, this artificial reef is home to a lot of marine creatures where healthy corals abound.
The other wreck is a small passenger plane that was intentionally sunk in 2012 by the Boracay Association of Scuba Schools or BASS. Locals know this wreck as the Tri-bird. Just like Camia 2, Tri-bird serves as an artificial reef where different schools of fish live. Divers who have adequate training on wreck diving can penetrate this particular wreck. Having a maximum depth of 27 meters, it is an easy site to explore.
Whether you are a beginner diver or a more experienced one, diving in Boracay is definitely a great choice. Hop on board and book that dive trip now! Check availability by choosing a date
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