One of the best reef diving locations in the Visayas is Moalboal, Philippines, and one of the most stunning dive sites is Pescador Island. The reefs on the tiny island gently slope downwards, with soft coral covering the first 5 to 10 meters offshore before abruptly dropping to 40 meters offshore, forming a hard reef wall.
The reefs of Pescador Island are home to hundreds, if not thousands, of different fish species. It is for this reason that adventure trips to Pescador Island are popular among both locals and visitors.
It takes about 3.5 hours by car from the city of Cebu to Moalboal. There is public transportation, or you can choose to charter. Our choice is to report in the city of Cebu. The coral layer of
Pescador Island is very shallow and shallow, generally about 2 to 3 meters deep, and many corals and even snorkeling can be encountered. If you are a free diver, it is recommended to go to the edge of the fault, where you can dive deeper and have more biological species. Of course, be careful of the cliff layer on the back of the island, where there is a stream.
Sneak into the sea, the colorful underwater world is amazing, and sometimes even admire these free sea creatures between coral reefs, life is so simple. The
Panagsama beach is on the main island of Moalboal, with numerous diving centres, restaurants and restaurants, bars and shops on the coast.
There is no surprise from the sea. But if you swim 10 meters from the shore to the ocean and then sneak your head under the sea, you will be amazed.
The first time I saw the sardine storm was very shocking. I thought it was only in the BBC documentary. I didnt expect to jump off the boat. I was surrounded by sardines. Its hundreds of millions, its impossible to count. Whats more, They changed their formations in groups, and it felt like someone was commanding at the moment, and countless beams of light flashed on the bottom of the sea, and the beautiful could not speak.