Habagat, Wreck

MACHINE TRANSLATION: Located in front of Alona Beach and usually within a 10-minute speedboat ride from the resort, Habagak wreck Point is a yacht that sank due to heavy rain during the Havagat season. The yacht sits on a sandy floor at a depth of about 34 meters, so that although the decompression limit time is short, it's not a big ship, it's a full-blown tour.

MACHINE TRANSLATION: Inside the shipwreck is filled with Cardinal fish, and on the second floor of the wreck there is a steering room, where many divers can take commemorative photos. Bring your underwater lantern and you'll see the cardinal fish in full.

Level

Level

  • Beginner
  • Advanced
Visibility

Visibility

  • 16 m
Current

Current

  • Light Current
  • No Current
  • Strong Current
DIVE TYPES

DIVE TYPES

  • Wreck Dive

Temperature & Visibility

Dives

Wildlife Diversity

Affiliated Training Center

Dive sites nearby

Alona Reef

Wreck dive locally called the Hagabat Wreck or Bohol Divers Wreck. Usually starts with a descent down a line close to a wall and then down the slope to the wreck. The top of the wreck is at 28M and the bow of the wreck is at 37M.

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A beautiful wall dive located with coral gardens and a then a wall with depth between 25-40 meters. Normally done as a drift dive from banca boats, currents can vary from slight to quite strong depending on the tide.

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Arco Point

A wall drift dive with good visibility and medium to strong current. A wonderful spot for both advanced and beginner divers. This spot will ease you into wall diving.

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Doljo Point

This dive site is found at Barangay Doljo, the most northwest point and ultimate tip of Panglao Island. This is a beautiful wall dive with vast amounts of coral and great macro sightings.

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Black Forest

A steep slope that is considered one of the must see dive sites in the area. The huge forest of black coral is practically unseen in other places around the world.

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Royal Garden

One of the best known spots on Balicasag, this site is famous for its coral gardens and is set on an underwater plateau full of colorful and diverse marine life; a perfect spot for macro diving.

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Turtle Point

Balicasag is one of the most famous Marine sanctuaries in the Philippines. This site is the main reason people go to Balicasag Island due, where large numbers of sea turtles congregate.

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Sunken Island, Pamilacan

This dive site is a sunken island located in the middle of the ocean between Alona Beach and Pamilacan Island. The top of the island is at 10M and slopes off to depths of 30M.

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Tulapos Marine Sanctuary

A fantastic coral garden that begins at 5 meters and gently slopes to 22 meters. This is a marine sanctuary but man-made. The area was installed with a number of concrete crosses signifying the Catholic faith of the nation creating a graveyard effect for an artificial reef to grow.

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Surprise Valley

Surprise, Surprise...a light slope with a glaze of current let you drift gentle to the north. Just relax there and enjoy. Sandy flats surrounded with coralblocks full of life are changing with beautiful wide angel scenarios and one of the healthiest seagras meadow you can see in the central visayas.

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Recommended Training

Deep Diving

Many exciting and iconic dive sites lie in deeper waters. The SSI Deep Diving Specialty will get you there - safely and with confidence. Learn how to plan and conduct dives to between 18 and 40 meters deep with SSI.

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Perfect Buoyancy

The SSI Perfect Buoyancy Specialty is the best way to improve your body position for relaxed dives, lower your air consumption and increase your bottom times. Take control of your enjoyment. Start online now!

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Wreck Diving

Do you want to explore iconic towering shipwrecks and dive World War airplanes covered in vibrant marine life? Discover the world of wreck diving and get started today with the SSI Wreck Diving Specialty program.

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Night Diving and Limited Visibility

Diving does not end when the sun goes down! Become a night diver and meet the incredible marine life that only comes out at night. Join the SSI Night Diving and Limited Visibility specialty program.

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