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16 Logged Dives

Black Rock

Tubbataha Reef, in the middle of the Sulu Sea in the Philippines, is only accessible by riverboards from April to early June, the calmest of the year, and is located 150 km southeast of Puerto Princesa in Palawan.

In Black Rock's wall, you can see a flock of reiffed sharks, deep-water barracudas and tiger sharks. In the shallow depths, you can see the seojeongfish, barracudas, jackfish and stingrays passing by.


TEMPERATURA & VISIBILITA’*

This data is provided from the logbook information in the MySSI app

TIPI D’IMMERSIONE

  • Parete/Drop Off

Level

  • Advanced

Programmi

  • Scuba

Ingresso

  • Boat

Corpo d’Acqua

  • Salata

CORRENTI

  • MODERATA
  • MEDIA

Maximum Depth

  • 26m

Visibilità

  • 22m
This data is provided by divers logging their dives in the mySSI App
Wildlife Diversity
  Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Squali
Squalo tigre
Squalo pinna bianca oceanico
Squalo tigre della sabbia
squalo pinna nera oceanico
Rays
Aquila di mare
Pesci
Pesce angelo
Barracuda
  Jan - Mar Apr - Jun Jul - Sep Oct - Dec
Squali
Squalo tigre
Squalo pinna bianca oceanico
Squalo tigre della sabbia
squalo pinna nera oceanico
Rays
Aquila di mare
Pesci
Pesce angelo
Barracuda

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