Kilima Drift Dive Site

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Located between Sinandigan Wall and West Escaceo, the Kilima Drift is a 1.5 kilometer drift is one of the best that the area has to offer. Starting well up current from Sinandigan Wall, a series of up and down currents sweep divers past canyons and walls shrouded with a varied assortment of multi-colored soft corals, whip corals, and sponges. Vast numbers of anthias hover in the current amid green tubastrea corals, while out in the deep water, schools of barracuda, trevally, and mackerel can be seen hanging out in the currents.

When the moon is full, current speeds can reach up to 6 knots. At these times, the distance from Sinandigan Wall to Escarceo Point can take as little as ten minutes! With depths ranging from 10-30m (33-98ft), the dive can be kept shallow or deep depending on the experience level of the divers.

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