Cebu has a few areas worth diving and is also the jumping-off point for many sites in Visayas, several of which are less than an hour away by banca boat.
|TAMBULI FISH-FEEDING STATION||Tambuli is known as a great macro diving site- a true calling for those photographers who love their close-ups. We commonly encounter nudibranches, anemone shrimp, tiny anglerfish, and angelfish.|
|KON TIKI HOUSE REEF||Kontiki is situated on the same reef as, and in between the other sites of Tambuli to the north, and Agus to the south.|
|MARIGONDON CAVE||The Marigondon Cave is only called a cave because there is only a small area at its deepest point where you cannot see the mouth. For the most part it is a cavern. The terminus of Marigondon’s main tunnel ends in “the Grotto” where you may darken your torches and whach the show of flashlight fish|
|SHANGRILA MARINE SANCTUARY||This stunning marine sanctuary is home to barracuda, parrotfish, lionfish, a beautiful school of jacks, and a huge school of silver batfish. The corals are abundant and healthy.|
|THRESHER POINT||Thresher Point is located just across from Mactan, Cebu on the northern tip of Olango Island.|
|TALIMA SANCTUARY||Talima is known for it’s plummeting deep wall, abundance of tropical fish, and a small shipwreck at 18 meters. A wide variety of marine life including pipefish, frogfish, razorfish, and triggerfish populate a wide coral slope that abruptly ends at 18 meters deep- dropping down to 45-50m.|
|AGUS, MACTAN||Agus, Mactan is yet another one of the spectacular divesites here in Cebu.|
|HILUTUNGAN MARINE SANCTUARY||The Hilutungan Marine Sanctuary is home to tens of thousands of fish. You will likely see damsel fish, anemone fish (nemos), parrot fish, and a school of large batfish- just to name a few. The Hilutungan Marine Sanctuary is one of the oldest in the area, allowing fish populations to grow dramatically.|
|NALUSUAN MARINE SANCTUARY||The Nalusuan Marine Sanctuary is a great dive for divers of all skill levels. The shallow coral gardens in 6m of clear water offer exciting opportunities for beginner divers.|
|PAWOD CAVE||The Pawod Cave Dive is a true cave dive, with most of the dive conducted in the dark zone. The Pawod Cave dive should only be undertaken by serious and well-skilled cave divers.|
|CAUBIAN CAVES||These saltwater limestone caves are accessible at 40m. The cavernous (no pun intended) main theatre splits off into several smaller passageways and offers technical divers access to both a large cavern and small cavelets.|
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