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 Yapak 1

Philippines, Visayas, Panay, Boracay

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Approximatif

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Latitude: 11° 59.428' N
Longitude: 121° 54.248' E

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English (Translate this text in English): Northwest side of Boracay Island

English (Translate this text in English): Northwest side of Boracay Island

Northwest side of Boracay Island

English (Translate this text in English): Northwest side of Boracay Island

English (Translate this text in English): Northwest side of Boracay Island

English (Translate this text in English): Northwest side of Boracay Island

English (Translate this text in English): Northwest side of Boracay Island

English (Translate this text in English): Northwest side of Boracay Island

English (Translate this text in English): Northwest side of Boracay Island

How? By boat

Distance Good boat time (< 30min)

Easy to find? Easy to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Average depth 30 m / 98.4 ft

max depth 60 m / 196.9 ft

Current Strong ( > 2 knots)

Visibility Good ( 10 - 30 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Great

Experience CMAS ** / AOW

Bio interest Interesting

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Dive type

- Wall
- Deep
- Sharks
- Big fishes
- Reef

Dive site activities

- Marine biology
- Photography

Dangers

- Depth
- Current

 Additional Information

English (Translate this text in English): Two great walls. Probably the best dive site but for advanced divers only (depth, current). Pelagic fishes.

Yapak 1 is less well known and less frequently dived than it’s more famous brother Yapak 2 and is for experienced divers only. We will jump in at the northwest tip of the island and make a head first descent to 35m where we will find the top of the wall which drops vertically to 55m plus. We will swim along the top edge where we can see cactus, black and fan corals and the larger reef fish. Sharks, rays, tuna and jacks are common and there is a nice chimney 3m wide which we can enter at 38m deep and exit on top of the wall at 32m.

English (Translate this text in English): Two great walls. Probably the best dive site but for advanced divers only (depth, current). Pelagic fishes.

Yapak 1 is less well known and less frequently dived than it’s more famous brother Yapak 2 and is for experienced divers only. We will jump in at the northwest tip of the island and make a head first descent to 35m where we will find the top of the wall which drops vertically to 55m plus. We will swim along the top edge where we can see cactus, black and fan corals and the larger reef fish. Sharks, rays, tuna and jacks are common and there is a nice chimney 3m wide which we can enter at 38m deep and exit on top of the wall at 32m.

Two great walls. Probably the best dive site but for advanced divers only (depth, current). Pelagic fishes.

Yapak 1 is less well known and less frequently dived than it’s more famous brother Yapak 2 and is for experienced divers only. We will jump in at the northwest tip of the island and make a head first descent to 35m where we will find the top of the wall which drops vertically to 55m plus. We will swim along the top edge where we can see cactus, black and fan corals and the larger reef fish. Sharks, rays, tuna and jacks are common and there is a nice chimney 3m wide which we can enter at 38m deep and exit on top of the wall at 32m.

English (Translate this text in English): Two great walls. Probably the best dive site but for advanced divers only (depth, current). Pelagic fishes.

Yapak 1 is less well known and less frequently dived than it’s more famous brother Yapak 2 and is for experienced divers only. We will jump in at the northwest tip of the island and make a head first descent to 35m where we will find the top of the wall which drops vertically to 55m plus. We will swim along the top edge where we can see cactus, black and fan corals and the larger reef fish. Sharks, rays, tuna and jacks are common and there is a nice chimney 3m wide which we can enter at 38m deep and exit on top of the wall at 32m.

English (Translate this text in English): Two great walls. Probably the best dive site but for advanced divers only (depth, current). Pelagic fishes.

Yapak 1 is less well known and less frequently dived than it’s more famous brother Yapak 2 and is for experienced divers only. We will jump in at the northwest tip of the island and make a head first descent to 35m where we will find the top of the wall which drops vertically to 55m plus. We will swim along the top edge where we can see cactus, black and fan corals and the larger reef fish. Sharks, rays, tuna and jacks are common and there is a nice chimney 3m wide which we can enter at 38m deep and exit on top of the wall at 32m.

English (Translate this text in English): Two great walls. Probably the best dive site but for advanced divers only (depth, current). Pelagic fishes.

Yapak 1 is less well known and less frequently dived than it’s more famous brother Yapak 2 and is for experienced divers only. We will jump in at the northwest tip of the island and make a head first descent to 35m where we will find the top of the wall which drops vertically to 55m plus. We will swim along the top edge where we can see cactus, black and fan corals and the larger reef fish. Sharks, rays, tuna and jacks are common and there is a nice chimney 3m wide which we can enter at 38m deep and exit on top of the wall at 32m.

English (Translate this text in English): Two great walls. Probably the best dive site but for advanced divers only (depth, current). Pelagic fishes.

Yapak 1 is less well known and less frequently dived than it’s more famous brother Yapak 2 and is for experienced divers only. We will jump in at the northwest tip of the island and make a head first descent to 35m where we will find the top of the wall which drops vertically to 55m plus. We will swim along the top edge where we can see cactus, black and fan corals and the larger reef fish. Sharks, rays, tuna and jacks are common and there is a nice chimney 3m wide which we can enter at 38m deep and exit on top of the wall at 32m.

English (Translate this text in English): Two great walls. Probably the best dive site but for advanced divers only (depth, current). Pelagic fishes.

Yapak 1 is less well known and less frequently dived than it’s more famous brother Yapak 2 and is for experienced divers only. We will jump in at the northwest tip of the island and make a head first descent to 35m where we will find the top of the wall which drops vertically to 55m plus. We will swim along the top edge where we can see cactus, black and fan corals and the larger reef fish. Sharks, rays, tuna and jacks are common and there is a nice chimney 3m wide which we can enter at 38m deep and exit on top of the wall at 32m.

English (Translate this text in English): Two great walls. Probably the best dive site but for advanced divers only (depth, current). Pelagic fishes.

Yapak 1 is less well known and less frequently dived than it’s more famous brother Yapak 2 and is for experienced divers only. We will jump in at the northwest tip of the island and make a head first descent to 35m where we will find the top of the wall which drops vertically to 55m plus. We will swim along the top edge where we can see cactus, black and fan corals and the larger reef fish. Sharks, rays, tuna and jacks are common and there is a nice chimney 3m wide which we can enter at 38m deep and exit on top of the wall at 32m.

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