Dive logo Jessie Beazley Reef in Tubbataha



Depth:    Max. 61m / 200'

Skill Level:    Advanced Open Water

Description:    Reef / Drop-Off

Jessie Beazley Reef

Gradual slopes are rich in corals. There is also a drop-off which is undercut, giving the reef the overall shape of a mushroom. Shark sighting is guaranteed on any dive, with barracuda and Spanish mackerel as common visitors. Currents in the area can change direction within minutes. The site is divided into parts namely the North End, Reefshark Point, White San Cay and the South End.

Divers have a chance to spot different types of sharks around this dive site. Other bigger fish include manta rays, groupers, barracudas and mackerel. The smaller species occupying these waters include frogfish, trumphetfish, lionfish and countless bright and colorful nudibranches. There are quite a few different types of corals, stunning gorgonians, sponges and purple fans around these reefs.

Marine Life @ Jessie Beazley Reef

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