The following are the Puerto Princesa dive sites we visit on a regular basis and where our instructors and divemasters have accumulated thousands of hours of diving experience.
At all these dive sites you can see fusilier fish, lion fish, two bar clownfish, octopus, giant clams, sea cucumber, a variety of corals and so much more.
Mares Rock is located at the mouth of Puerto Princesa bay and is a sloping reef which drops down to 34 metres. The top of the reef is a real macro divers heaven.
We often see tuna, turtles, barracuda and jack fish here.
Lighthouse is located near the mouth of Puerto Princesa bay and boasts some of Puerto Princesa's most spectacular coral.
The sandy areas allow for a multitude of different aquatic species.
This reef offers a mix of sloping reef and wall formation dropping down to a maximum depth of 25 metres.
Silica Reef is home to numerous species of smaller aquatic life and has some great coral growth.
Restoration of this reef is ongoing to increase the fish and coral life here.
Crossings ranges in depth from 4 to 26 metres and offers a mix of sand, grass and corals. The reef is home to moray eels as well as large numbers of triggerfish and is a nudibranchs haven.
This reef is susceptible to current and is therefore best suited to advanced divers. The top of the reef is at 9 metres and it drops down to 30 metres. The top is mainly grass and dugongs are often found grazing. You will also see jack fish here.
This is our muck diving location with some sandy and some muddy bottoms which hide many of the macro worlds little creatures.
This reef has a high density fish population including schools of snapper, grouper and triggerfish and is another dugong hotspot.
This negative entry dive is one of our most adventurous and is not possible when the current is strong.
The reef is home to some white tip sharks, as well as tuna, barracuda, grouper and jack fish.
Note: This dive is not suitable for inexperienced divers.