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MAMSA POINT



Depth:    Max. 38m / 125'

Skill Level:    All Levels

Description:    Slope



Mamsa Point

Mamsa Point is found at the eastern side of Apo Island. You will find varieties of jacks in the area, where the diving site got its name from. Mamsa is the local term for jacks. Aside from jacks, you will also see different types of groupers, lionfish, scorpion fish, as well as black and white tip reef sharks.

A diving site known for its strong currents.  It has a steeping slope and reaches to a maximum depth of 38 meters.  It’s shaped like a long reef and about 200 meters long.  Novice divers should be aware of its very powerful downstream current which can wash you away from the island.

Sea snakes are regular visitors of this dive site.  The corals are mainly hard corals where you can find mackerels and trigger fishes.  Seaweeds and other sea plants can be seen at the top of the reef.



Marine Life @ Mamsa Point











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