Angol Point Dive Site

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This is a great dive within the Boracay area for beginner divers and for training divers. The site goes to a maximum of around 14 meters with the minimum depth being around 5 meters. This shallowness also means that more experienced divers can have a longer time underwater exploring the pinnacles and reef. There is also excellent visibility so photographer divers can take their time and get some good shots of the many different types of marine life.

There are many hard corals that cover the reef and divers can find some nice areas of feather stars. Lurking in these corals, divers can find nudibranchs and shrimp as well as an occasional ribbon eel. Amongst the normal tropical fish, there are also sea snakes, starfish, scorpion fish, banner fish, and many sweetlips. The dive site is often used as a good night dive spot and it is especially vibrant during November when the coral pollen is released. Full moon also makes for a great night dive as the whole reef is illuminated by the moonlight.

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