Dive logo Laurel Island in Boracay



Depth:    5m - 20m / 16' - 66'

Skill Level:    All Levels

Description:    Wall / Tunnel

Laurel Island

During a dive at the Laurel Island dive site, you will see many soft and hard corals, a lot of different species of nudibranchs with many different colors are also living in the area. There are also few small caves and caverns to explore.

The Laurel Tunnel dive site is a tunnel-like site where you can dive through.The tunnel of Laurel is abundant with barrel sponges and several species of flora. At the entrance (and exit), many schools of colorful fishes are shoaling around.

Laurel Island is a very good place for underwater photography, especially macro photography with all the critters living around. The seabed is covered with colorful soft and hard corals where usual tropical fishes are shoaling all around.

The cavern is a large swim through where groupers and other "big" fishes have established their home. Overall, it's a shallow dive and the best and the most interesting part, which will allow you to stay around an hour underwater.

Other than the colorful corals, you will see many species of reef fishes like damsel shoaling around, anemone and its clown fish, nudibranchs, pipefish, blue starfish, crabs and even sea snakes. It's a good experience for all kind of divers

Marine Life @ Laurel Island


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