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Coral at Fallen Tree, Philippines dive site - courtesy of Carsten Sørensen
Soft coral at Fallen Tree, Philippines dive site - courtesy of Carsten Sørensen
Soft coral at Fallen Tree, Philippines dive site - courtesy of Carsten Sørensen
Porcupinefish at Fallen Tree, Philippines dive site - courtesy of Carsten Sørensen
Anemone at Fallen Tree, Philippines dive site - courtesy of Carsten Sørensen
Catfish at Fallen Tree, Philippines dive site - courtesy of Carsten Sørensen
Crab at Fallen Tree, Philippines dive site - courtesy of Carsten Sørensen
Pipefish at Fallen Tree, Philippines dive site - courtesy of Carsten Sørensen
Humbug dascyllus at Fallen Tree, Philippines dive site - courtesy of Carsten Sørensen
Moray eel at Fallen Tree, Philippines dive site - courtesy of Carsten Sørensen
Feather star at Fallen Tree, Philippines dive site - courtesy of Carsten Sørensen

Scuba Diving in Cabilao Island, Bohol, the Philippines

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Dive Site: Fallen Tree

Location: 09°53'34.42"N; 123°45'55.75"E (Cabilao Island Beach, Bohol, Philippines)

Description: Wall dive

Depth: 4 - 30 metres (13 - 100 feet)

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

Rating: ****

15 minutes from the west beach in a speedboat. Some current. Lots of eels, nudibranchs, corals, clownfish and a moray and a blowfish. The wall is richly covered with gorgonian sea fans and black corals. Also home to schools of barracudas, turtles and frogfish.

Carsten Sørensen



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