Amos Rock

This site is called Amos Rock due to a distinct rock formation on the reef top at 5 meters where schooling midnight snapper converge. Amos Rock is an alternate dive spot when Amihan winds are blowing at full force, forbidding access to eastern dive spots.

Rainbow runners, fusiliers, angelfish, butterfly & batfish are very common to see. Napoleon wrasse have also been reported by divers.

Level

Level

  • Advanced
Visibility

Visibility

  • 24 m
Current

Current

  • Light Current
  • No Current
  • Strong Current
DIVE TYPES

DIVE TYPES

  • Drift Dive
  • Wall/Drop Off

Temperature & Visibility

Dives

Wildlife Diversity

Affiliated Training Center

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Wall Street

Further down south along the wall that starts off at Malayan Wreck, ‘Wall Street’ gives credence to its name, a steep wall that plunges deep down 50 – 60 meters & a wonderful colorful coral garden on the reef top at 3 – 5 meters great both for beginning & ending dives.

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Malayan (Wreck)

A story goes around that in the 70s ‘Malayan,’ a fishing vessel got the heavy brunt of a strong typhoon & smashed onto the shallow reef top at the southwest side of Tubbatahas’s north atoll. It is now called the Malayan Wreck and has settled on the shallow reef top.

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Black Rock

One of the few known reef manta cleaning stations in Southeast Asia where cleaner wrasse serve to remove dead skin off the mantas’ body. This site is called Black Rock because of a rock at 8 meters where one of the buoys are set up.

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Black Rock

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The shallow reef top at 5 meters is a feeding ground for the resident schooling bumphead parrot fish, so keep watch when you begin your dive or when doing your safety stop towards the end of your dive. Located on the northern tip of the south atoll, T Wreck is a slanting wall that plunges deep.

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Shark Airport

The sloping, terrace-like area of the reef, found at 20 meters, is the highlight of this dive site. This is where several whitetip reef sharks can be spotted all at once. This dive site is very remote and only accessible by a liveaboard boat.

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An underrated dive site where tiger shark encounters have been recorded. Undulating sun rays filtering through the asymmetrical arrangement on the steep wall where the reef top starts at 3 meters plunging to incongruent depths lend beauty to Ko-Ok a kin to an abstract Picasso piece of art.

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Delsan Wreck

Delsan is considered a top 50 dive destination on the planet. The reef top starts at 5 meters and gently slopes toward the edges of a wall to 23 meters where a crevasse plunging to 40 meters becomes a refuge from the raging current.

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Triggerfish City

The reef top starts at 5 meters going west inwards where red tooth triggerfish converge, hence the name. Though titan triggerfish are also around to pick up a fight with the unsuspecting diver during nesting season.

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Staghorn Point

Starting at 7 meters, undulating fields of staghorn coral extending to about 500 meters creep to the edges of a wall that plunges deep at Tubbataha.

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