Dauin South in Dumaguete


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DAUIN SOUTH



Depth:    Max. 20m / 66'

Skill Level:    All Levels

Description:    Reef



Dauin South

A sandy channel separates Dauin North from Dauin South and just like its other half, Dauin South is a very healthy coral reef with a mount of hard corals that gives way to softer corals deeper down. There are two huge families of garden eels in Dauin South, one in the shallows and one at 20 meters, with the eels reaching one meter off the ground as long as you don’t get too close. The reef has a few resident turtles and is also known for its many giant clams, nudibranchs and big marbled groupers. Blue ribbon eels are also frequently found here.



Marine Life @ Dauin South











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