Scuba diving in Talisay Tree
This dive site features a gradual slope, inclining from the shore until a drop of approximately 18m/59ft. Then a steep wall slopes down to about 60m/ft making this a great drift dive for experienced divers. Divers are advised to check the level of undulation, it is not recommended to dive when undulation is too strong.
When to go
Diving is possiblel year-round. The high season is from November to June. The average water temperature ranges from 25C/77F to 29C/84F.
What to see
Among marine species big shoals of barracudas, big eye jacks, frogfish, lots of snappers, a huge variety of nudibranchs, turtles and black tip sharks can be seen. Also at the end of the dive in the shoal area the pyjama cardinal fish and other colorful fish can be seen hiding in the hard corals and gorgonian sea fans.
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