Hilton Wall

Sea Fans, Schools of Barracuda and great visibility. Sallow reef flats are loaded with colorful hard corals and a variety of reef fishes. Only accessible by boat, this is a great drift dive.

Crinoids hanging out on the tips of Whip Corals and Sea Fans are great subjects for wide-angle photos

Level

Level

  • Advanced
Visibility

Visibility

  • 16 m
Current

Current

  • Light Current
  • Strong Current
DIVE TYPES

DIVE TYPES

  • Drift Dive
  • Wall/Drop Off
  • Macro Spot
  • Cleaning Station

Temperature & Visibility

Wildlife Diversity

Affiliated Training Center

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Corals, Rays, Schools of Barracuda, Turtles and great visibility. The curved sloping reef extends from near the surface to 130’+. Popular with beginner divers, this site is loaded with colorful hard corals and a variety of reef fishes and will be enjoyed by advanced to expert divers as well. Boat dive only.

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Near the Sheridan Hotel (Formally named “The Palace Hotel“), this wall is a favorite for deep and extended range tech divers. Shallow reef flats suitable for all divers. Occasional Pelagics & Mantas are seen. Can be done from shore with a long walk and snorkel. Best in the summer months when the seas are calm

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Just off Alupat Island, numerous Hard and soft corals with am abundance of reef fish. Great visibility and an occasional Manta Ray.this is an excellent night dive location and is always done by boat.

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Beautiful reef located in front of the AMT Beach House dive shop. Loaded with hard and soft corals with an abundance of reef fish. Only done by boat, it’s a great drift dive!

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North Tumon Bay is popular with beach and boat divers alike. Rich coral growth and an abundance of fish (within the Tumon Marine Preserve) are found here. This site is home to several turtles and frequented by mantas. Depths from 3 to 10 meters.

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Hard coral islands surrounded by sand flats with schools of reef fish and an occasional Pelagic can be found at Asan Cut There is a WW2 landing craft to the northern about 60’ of water. Beach access at this popular beach dive can be tricky, depending on the wind and sea conditions. DO NOT ATTEMPT IN HIGH SURF

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Asan, 30-130’+. Salvage area used to dump hundreds of WWII ammunition and artifacts. Very interesting historical dive. The steep drop off is host to numerous sea fans

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South of Haputo Beach, an entrance at 50’ that goes into a large opening in the cliff line with several exit points at the surface (no light needed). Easy for all divers, and a fascinating dive that can only be done by boat.

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Home to the Fish Eye u/w observatory, this popular beach site is home to an abundance of juvenile reef fishes as well as several anemone beds and numerous hard and soft corals. Great for snorkelers’ and divers of all levels.

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Deep water reef with top at 120’. School of Barracuda, large fish, occasional sharks and rays, sea fans on both ends. Currents. This is a very advanced dive and requires an experienced deep or tech certified diver. Only accessible by boat when the seas are calm.

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