Taytay Bay is among the most popular and famous dive sites in the city of Puerto Princesa. Taytay bay is studded with a lot of beautiful white sand resorts and shopping stores, but the highlight of the bay is the wate itself and everything that is found underneath the surface. The water of Taytay bay is great for diver having moderate skills, however, beginners can also enjoy diving on the site as long as they are accompanied by a skilled diver. Taytay bay has some water current changes. In this divesite, you will see various specie of sharks, corals, sponges and reefs.
|APULIT ISLAND||The island’s cove has a magnifcent coral reef with a variety of fishes. Some fishes that can be seen are jacks, napoleons that can be already seen just by snorkeling. There are also a lot of caves in this area and one of these is the Saint Joseph Cave. This island has a lot of sites for one to wander namely the Dragon Head, Goose Neck, West Beach, House Reef and Noah’s Rock.|
|ISLA BLANCA AND QUIMBALUDAN MARINE RESERVE||It has a small white sand beach and some large shade trees for a picnic lunch. The island has some rocky shoreline and it is interesting to circumnavigate. There are some nice corals and pockets of colorful fish.|
|NABAT ISLAND||Pangalan, Pangalan Crossing, West Nabat, East Nabat, Nabat Reef|
|SILANGA ISLAND||This is the island where you are likely to be brought for a picnic and barbeque. It is a small spot for snorkeling. WIthin the area is Small Silanga which has a golden sandbar that surfaces only at low tide.|
|ELEPHANT AND CASTLE ISLANDS||These islands are protected as a nesting site for swallows. Visiting these islands is impossible during the nesting period or when the winds are strong. Hidden in the cliffs’ hollows is a natural pool with clear waters ideal for swimming.|
|QUIMBALUDAN ISLAND||It has pretty, white sandbar shaped like a semi-circle. The coral reef is beautiful, especially at the drop-off.|
|DINOT ROCKS||This is a marine reserve which has a vast coral reef known for snorkeling and night diving. With luck, you can even see sea turtles.|
|RIO VERDE||This is a branch of the Tamisan River. You can visit this area by canoe, and observe bird life along the 1.2 kilometer stretch lined by mangroves.|
|FLOWER ISLAND||This small paradise island fringed by a white sand beach, shelters a charming resort. It is a surrounded by islets where snorkeling and diving are possible.|
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