The Crocodile Island has this name because it looks like a big crocodile, especially if you are coming from the south-west (the channel drift) heading to the island. The Island is unhabitated and it is one of the main diving attractions of Boracay.
Crocodile Island is located south of Boracay Island. It is regarded as one of the best dive sites in Boracay. It is also a popular snorkeling spot however there is often quite strong currents so snorklelers should be careful and check the conditions.
Crocodile island has a teeming reef life in shallow crystal clear water. The maximum diving depth is around 18 meters deep making it accessible for divers of all level. It is also a great place for macro underwater photography.
Here you can spot all the usual reef fishes of the Philippines such as the beautiful lionfish or even moray eels. For those budding photographers out there, nudibranchs and sea snake can also be found. As a drift dive, you can relax while you check out beautiful coral with gorgonians and sea fans on the beautiful walls.
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