The scuba diving site is 50 to 70 feet with a flat bottom and rational to harsh current. The major attraction is a hot spring in a hollow from 60 to 70 feet. It is being noted that when Taal Volcano has an increase in activity, the area releases fine hot bubbles. Diving conditions is generally calm with powerful currents, but could be very turbulent. Visibility can reach 80 feet and average depth is at 60 feet. Fish life is abundant with groupers, trumpetfish, moray eels, pufferfish and parrotfish. Even a Blacktip Reef Shark is often seen in the area.