Scuba diving in Adrian's Cove
The Adrian’s Cove dive site, located on the east side of Limasawa, is only suitable for more experienced divers due to the deep depths and some significant currents. The dive site features a beautiful coral wall that goes down to 40m/131ft. The wall is covered with colorful soft and hard corals all the way down to the bottom. At the deeper end of the wall divers will see big black coral blocks, huge gorgonian fans, and a number of interesting coves and overhangs that can be explored by divers.
When to go
It is possible to dive at this dive site throughout the year. The sea temperature fluctuates only slightly, between 25-30C/77-86F, depending on the season.
What to see
While descending along the wall, divers will see beautiful soft and hard corals, staghorn corals, gorgonian fans, and green tree corals. By carefully exploring the series of overhangs, divers will find several interesting types of nudibranchs, Pacific oysters, crabs, moray eels, possibly octopi, and wrasses. Occasionally divers also spot hammerhead sharks.