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An easy shore entry takes you to 3-8m reefs ending in a vertical wall, descending to 40m+ depths. Ideal for all levels of divers, however care should be taken on outbound tides as the currents can be very strong.

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Cordova Reef is a 15mins boat travel from EZDC Housereef. A slope terrain from shallow up to 21m/67 feet, then wall. Good for beginner and Advanced level divers.

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An easy shore entry takes you to 3-8m reefs ending in a vertical wall, descending to 40m+ depths. Ideal for all levels of divers, however care should be taken on outbound tides as the currents can be very strong.

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EZDC House reef is a white sand beach good for swimming, snorkeling and confined Open Water Diver training. It is a slight slope from shallow 3m/9.6feet upto 18m/59feet. A place rich for macro and wideangle photography.

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Marigondon Cave is the most exciting dive along the coast of Mactan Island, Cebu. It has a roof at around 29m/95ft and a floor of at about 40m/133ft. the diameter of the cave is near 10m/33ft. At the entry there is a small alcove. Sidemount or Twinset is a must diving in the area.

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This is a great beginner dive spot in Mactan. Closely situated to the Airport, this is a beloved site by dive centers all over the small island, as it is the perfect location for courses,and refresher dives.

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Gilutongan Island, also called Hilutungan Island, Hilotongan Island or Lutungan Island, lies 30 minutes by banka boat from Mactan Island. The island is home to numerous coral reefs and sea grass meadows.

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Shangri-La Marine Sanctuary

The impressive formations of different species of coral are a must-see. Shoaling fish cover the reef in color. This is a shallow reef, perfect for both diving and snorkeling.

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MV San Juan, wreck

The M/V San Juan sank in the year 2000. The shipwreck is resting at 50m/160feet near Liloan, Cebu. It was originally resting on its side but was moved to upright position during the super typhoon Odette.

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Santiago Bay

It takes 20 minutes by boat to reach this site from Camotes. This is best done as a boat dive. This is a beautiful dive as the wall shape is very unusually terraced. A perfect site from beginner divers to advanced divers.

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