Dugong Watching


7:45 am

Trip Duration

5 -7 hours

Required Level

Open Water Diver Certified

CALAUIT is a shallow feeding ground where 2-3 Dugong are known to graze regularly on the sea grasses.Club Paradise dive pros and local guide will be there to accompany you for an unforgettable up-close and personal experience with these enchanting creatures. The trip is weather permitting and does not operate on Sundays. Lunch is included.

DIMIPAC – An island off the northern tip of Busuanga, Palawan. This is an Ancestral Domain granted to the local fishing tribe called ‘Tagbanua.’ A fishing village, Dimipac Island retains the healthy condition of its reefs because of the local’s attitude allowing only hook & line fishing making it one of the most sustainable fishing grounds around Palawan. It is an hour & a half by local outrigger boat from Club Paradise. The reef stretches 2 kilometers east & west with the middle divide connected to a sandy beach where the village is located.

The reef system starts off at 3 meters depth, It is quite common to encounter schooling banner fish, scorpion fish, stone fish, green turtles, unicorn surgeon fish and harlequin ghost pipe fishes. A trained diver’s eye can spot a camouflaged leaf scorpion fish wedged between staghorn corals. A manta occasionally passes by. This is a 2-dive day trip.
Snorkelers will likewise enjoy this area.

Additional Information:

Distance from Club Paradise: Approx. 45 mins. to 1 hr
Maximum Depth:  Dugong Watching(Shallow Dive), Dimipac Boat Drive(22 Meters)
Visibility: Dugong Watching(5-12 meters), Dimipac Boat Drive(10-20 meters)
Current: Dugong Watching(No Current), Dimipac Boat Drive(None to Mild, Seldom Strong)

Dugong Watching (1 dive Dugong Watching, 1 dive Dimipac/nearby dive site)
**Advanced booking required due to maximum limit of visitor per day.

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