Acqua House Reef

This is the house reef right in front on Acqua Dive Resort, the next dive site south of Zambo’s Secret & Coleman’s. It is an artificial reef set up by Acqua Dive resort that consists of metal structures, an old car, and concrete blocks that has attracted many macro critters to this site.

8 different kinds of frogfish have been identified on site. There are also ornate ghost pipefish, robust ghost pipefish, zebra crabs, Coleman’s shrimps, and more.

Level

Level

  • Beginner
Visibility

Visibility

  • 16 m
Current

Current

  • Light Current
  • No Current
DIVE TYPES

DIVE TYPES

  • Macro Spot

Temperature & Visibility

Dives

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SILVER REEF HOUSE REEF

Gentle slope reef with a lot of yellow tail Snappers, resident Green Turtles and Hawksbill turtles. Reef has strong current but a diver can hide behind huge coral bommies and hang out with fish at 5m

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Seagrass in the shallows down to 5m, followed by a sandy slope with coral blocks and artificial structures made of concrete and metal. There is a coral reef on the south side and another reef starting at 25m.

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Coconut Point

A virtual washing machine experience awaits you at Coconut Point, an exciting dive site on the northern tip of Apo Island. The current can come at you literally from any side left, right, up, down & center. A sloping reef edging towards a rock wall. This site is best for experienced divers.

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Largahan

Largahan is a very beautiful and diverse site. You will find a dark sandy area of coral gardens and volcanic rocks. This site is great for macro diving, like the whole of Apo Island.

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Baluarte

Along the western coast of Apo Island, Baluarte gives away the distinct evidence of it’s geological origins. An interesting phenomenon of a dive site where a continuous stream of bubbles from underground the island seeps through, a sure sign of volcanic activity.

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Apo Island Mamsa Point

On the famous Apo Island you will also find this site named after “Mamsa,“ the local word for Trevally, due to the school of Big-Eyed Trevally that reside here.

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Olo is a beautiful reef found on the north east of Apo Island. You will find not only the beautiful coral typical for the island, you may also spot sea snakes, nudibranchs, and frogfish.

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Chapel

The Catholic Chapel at Apo Island can be seen from the dive site, hence the name. A stunning dive site that begins as a slope with scattered coral bommies leading to a steeper slope towards a wall overloaded with nook, crannies, cracks, crevices & caverns exposing overhangs graced by soft & hard corals.

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Cogon means grass in the Filipino language. ‘Cogon Point’ was named after the grass used for roofing native houses that can be seen directly onshore, northeast of Apo Island.

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Mamsa Point

Mamsa is the Filipino word for trevally, hence the name. The currents can really be strong in this spot a few hundred meters north of Kan-uran Point.

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