Fouha Bay

North of Umatac Bay, features a reef flat that slopes from 40 to 90’. Remnants of a WW2 Japanese zero (engine block w/propeller), can be found at the 60 level. Very easy dive for all divers but requires a long snorkel if not done from a boat.

Turtles are seen on most dives. Numerous small reef fish and the occasional pelagic will swim through.

Level

Level

  • Beginner
DIVE TYPES

DIVE TYPES

  • Night Dive
  • Drift Dive
  • Snorkeling
  • Macro Spot
  • Cleaning Station
  • Pinnacle, Needle, Seamount

Temperature & Visibility

Dives

Wildlife Diversity

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Dive sites nearby

The Japanese Zero plane broke apart during a typhoon in 1997. Parts of the fuselage and also the engine block and propeller can be found in a small ravine in about 50’ Nice drift dive by boat, but this site can also be accessed from the beach. Always ask land owners for permission and never walk on the coral!

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A favorite southern dive site near Merizo. 10-60’, large caverns, a pod of spinner dolphins is almost always in the area, and a very easy dive for all. Perfect for snorkeling and kayaking. Ask for landowner’s permission if diving from shore. Best done as a drift from a boat.

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A great site just south of Facpi. 30-80’ sand flats, small caves, coral islands. Very easy dive for all. Scorpion fish, Shells, Lionfish.Accessible by boat

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Very Popular site on the northern side of Facpi Point. Find a large Magnificent Anemone along the sand channel in about 45’ of water. This is a great drift dive along the sloping coral wall, with a wide diversity of coral and fish life.Accessible by boat or a long kayak ride.

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Black Coral Kingdom

A deep upper reef /wall covered with sea whips, fans, schooling fish, black coral and sharks, tunnels, and caves. Extreme depths and currents make this site suitable for tech divers only.

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Western end of Facpi Point, this site has a healthy coral growth and is home to numerous reef fish. Only done by boat and usually as a drift dive, starting at Pete’s Reef.Best accessed in the mornings - watch for stronger currents with afternoon winds.

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Agat Bay, 5-45’. Beautiful coral formations and white, sandy crevices. Perfect for beginners and a superb photographers dive.This site is popular with snorkelers - it’s a bit far to swim - a kayak is a great way to access this site.

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A popular drift dive, this site is home to numerous mushroom corals and even an occasional tiny abalone. Deep coral whips can be found, starting in about 85’ Reef Sharks, Stingrays and Turtles are seen on most dives.Currents can be strong - best done in the morning hours.

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A very unusual and easy dive for all. Wide caverns with side openings and exits. No cavern diving experience necessary. Popular for for snorkeling and kayaking.Tons of small reef fish can be observed here and at the adjacent site, Coral Gardens

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Agat Bay, 5-45’. Beautiful coral formations and white, sandy crevices. Perfect for beginners and a superb photographers dive.This site is also great for snorkelers

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