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Damselfish at Coconut, Philippines dive site - courtesy of Carsten Sørensen
Lionfish at Coconut, Philippines dive site - courtesy of Carsten Sørensen
Nudibranch at Coconut, Philippines dive site - courtesy of Carsten Sørensen
Coral tips at Coconut, Philippines dive site - courtesy of Carsten Sørensen
Coral tips at Coconut, Philippines dive site - courtesy of Carsten Sørensen
Reefscape at Coconut, Philippines dive site - courtesy of Carsten Sørensen
Sea squirts at Coconut, Philippines dive site - courtesy of Carsten Sørensen
Damselfish at Coconut, Philippines dive site - courtesy of Carsten Sørensen

Scuba Diving in Cabilao Island, Bohol, the Philippines

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Dive Site: Coconut

Location: 09°52'2.38"N; 123°45'40.93"E (Cabilao Island Beach, Bohol, Philippines)

Description: Wall dive

Depth: 4 - 34 metres (13 - 112 feet)

Visibility: 10 - 25 metres (30 - 80 feet)

Rating: ***

10 minutes from the west beach in a speedboat. Water temperature in February was 24°C at the surface and 20°C on the bottom with an air temperature of 28°C. Some current, lots of corals, nudibranchs and a dragonfish.

A very popular wall. Wonderful cover with sea fans, gorgonian and black corals. There is much to find but primarily it is the large schools of barracudas and occasional black tipped reef sharks make this an exciting dive. The cleft flat area offers an interesting and extended dive in various labyrinths.

Carsten Sørensen



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