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Diving in Boracay

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When to go to Boracay

The air temperature in Boracay stays between 25-32C/77–90F from February to March, and then goes up to 28-38C/82–100F between June and October.

The average water temperature ranges between 24C/75F and 29C/84F.

The underwater visibility varies from 10m/33ft to 30m/98ft.


What to see

Divers can choose between deep walls and colorful coral reefs full of nudibranchs and other small creatures. White tip and grey reef sharks, dogtooth tuna, groupers, napoleon wrasses and giant trevallies can be also seen here.

Scuba diving in Boracay

Boracay Island is located off the north-western tip of Panay Island, Philippines. The closest airport is Godofredo P. Ramos Airport in Caticlan that is connected to Boracay by ferry. Boracay is renown for its beaches and for being one of the world's top resort destinations. The main beach, or White Beach, is located on the western side of the island. This 4km long beach is also where most of the tourist attractions are located. The night life is pretty busy here with numerous clubs and bars scattered along the beach. The Lent and Christmas seasons draw the most crowds to the island thanks to numerous festivals and street fairs. There are about 25-30 dive sites that can be suitable for beginners as well as advanced divers.


Most popular dive sites

The best dive sites are Yapak, Angol Point, Crocodile Island, Laurel Island, and Camia Wreck. The best known site is Yapak located on the northern end of the island. This site is for experienced divers only, the maximum depth of the site is about 70m/230ft. By contrast, Crocodile Island and Laurel Island located on the southern end of Boracay feature shallow wall and reef dives with beautiful corals and abundant marine life, which are perfect for beginners and macro photography enthusiasts.

Dive centers in Boracay

All 6 dive centers Boracay