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Panglao Island

1.250 Php Per Dive, 100 Php for Marine fees, 500 Php for all equipment rental, and a dive computer 500 Php (Optional).

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Arco Point

At the beginning of the dive is a hole in the wall. Enter the cave in small groups from the wall side. The drift current is always going in the south direction, it can be strong sometimes. You can bring a dive light to look in the small caves.

The cave is teeming with cardinal fish and Sergeant Major Fish waiting to be fed. Inside the cave on the east side are White-eyed moray eel, and two Black-finned Snake eels. Around the top entrance, at 8m, are sometimes well hidden the Raggy Scorpionfish. Along the wall are goupers, wrasse, and butterfly fishes. At the end of the dive when the slope starts look in the shallow for Anglerfish or “frog” fish, between 5 and 10m.


Garden Eels

Great dive site for night diving. This spot is on the west side of Alona Beach approximately 110m off the beach.

In the beginning, a beautiful bows-shaped cliff, look for Nudibranchs. Beautiful coral garden on the top of the wall with lots of small fish like Redfin-Amethyst-Purple Anthias. At the bottom of the sandy slope the splendid sand eels and spotted Garden eel.



This is a long dive site good for two dives. It's connected to Danao Beach. 

Nice blue and table corals, sea fans Brown Daisy coral, some Dothead Rockcod, and small Barracuda. With a good dive-master and also the black and yellow “Harlequin Ghost Pipefish”. Half way the wall, look in caves and crevices for the “Comet” and the Banded Pipefish. In thew months of May and June, the aggressive Blue-Finned or Titan Triggerfish can be found here.


BBC Dive

The dive site is right in front of Bohol Beach Club. At the end of the dive, there are two small jeepney car wrecks. The first one is at 10m with the roof lying next to it; the second one is turned upside down at 8m.

Very special on this dive are the Brown Daisy coral; or the pygmy seahorse, which can be seen with the assistance of a good dive-master who knows their whereabouts. You are also guaranteed to see schools of Sergeant Major fish, Black Damsel Fish, occasionally the banded snake eel, and on the sand slope, the black and blue lined Nudibranchs.


Habagat Wreck

Watch your NDL if you plan to dive into the wreck that was sunk by Seaquest Dive Center in the year 2000. You can bring a dive light to look in the wreck and the small caves in the wall.

Swimming above the wreck are Tall fin Batfish, under the wreck Big Lionfish, Giant Anglerfish, and many different kinds of cardinal fishes in the wreck. At the “S” shaped wall look for Anglerfish and at the end of the dive on the slope, look among the feather stars for the Harlequin Ghost Pipefish.



One can take the jeepney or car to the dive site in case of rough waters on Alona Beach. Wall with cathedral Virgin corals. Great for shallow-water photography. Be careful with your entry, and it can be shallow. Going by car and planning a land-dive walk carefully down the cliff with complete equipment can be slippery. Your entry and exit points are the same—good chance to see young Barracudas and Bannerfish.

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Doljo Point

Entry/exit can be difficult when the “Amihan” wind blows. Many giant sea fans, bucket sponges, elephant ear coral, and green leather corals, “anglerfish,” can be spotted. Watch your depth at the beginning of the dive; it's easy to go “too” deep. Watch the blue water for mackerel and squid or young Barracudas. In deeper water, there is a good possibility to see sharks, white tips, or hammerheads. Also possible by jeepney or car, land entry and exits are simple, but be careful at the reef top. The trip looks long by boat because it has to go all the way around the shallow east tip from Panglao. The outrigger boats can not make a shortcut except at maximum high tide.


House Reef

Right in front of Seaquest Dive Center is a beautiful house reef, great for introduction, check-ups or night dives.

For sure you will see during the night dive some basket stars, Harlequin Ghost Pipefish is a good possibility. Baby Barracudas, many reef fish like the Purple Queen Anthias fish or Moorish idol or the Regal Angelfish. Unfortunately, the reef is a bit affected by the many boat mooring ropes, which has damaged some corals.


Puntud Wall

The entry point is when you see the fishing hut on pillars in the water standing in line with the south point from Panglao, baring 125˚. Beautiful hard and hard and soft coral garden. Many small fish like Anthias, Raggy Scorpionfish, Ribbon eel, and One-stripped fusilier. At the end of the dive, it can happen that you have a slight current against you; return to shallow water in the south direction if it's getting too intense. It's a great place to make your safety stop, and there is much to see on the shallow 4m sandy pads. You can bring a dive light to look in the small caves along the wall.

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