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Basic White Beach informations

Dive depth

Dive depth: 3 - 30m (10 - 98ft)

Visibility

Visibility: 10 - 30m (33 - 98ft)

Water temperature

Water temperature: 27 - 30℃ (81 - 86℉)

Current

Current: none - slight

Dive type

Dive type: reef, snorkeling and wall

Difficulty level

Difficulty: beginner divers
Boat dive
Dive operator: Turtle Bay Dive Center

- Photo Gallery

  • Clown anemonefish (Ocellaris clownfish, false percula clownfish, anemone demoiselle, anemone fish, clownfish, common clownfish, false clown anemonefish, false clownfish, puller, western clown anemonefish, western clownfish)

    Tagalog: Tau ng lanagan

    Occurrence:

    11-40%

    Number:

    1-3

    Max. length: 11cmFound at depth: 1 - 15m, usually 3 - 15m

    Danger: Harmless

  • Mandarinfish (Mandarin dragonet)

    Tagalog: Bunog, Nangka-tangka, Talangka

    Occurrence:

    1-10%

    Number:

    1-3

    Max. length: 7cmFound at depth: 1 - 18m

    Danger: Harmless

  • Clown anemonefish (Ocellaris clownfish, false percula clownfish, anemone demoiselle, anemone fish, clownfish, common clownfish, false clown anemonefish, false clownfish, puller, western clown anemonefish, western clownfish)

    Tagalog: Tau ng lanagan

    Occurrence:

    11-40%

    Number:

    1-3

    Max. length: 11cmFound at depth: 1 - 15m, usually 3 - 15m

    Danger: Harmless

Basic White Beach informations

Dive depth

Dive depth: 3 - 30m (10 - 98ft)

Visibility

Visibility: 10 - 30m (33 - 98ft)

Water temperature

Water temperature: 27 - 30℃ (81 - 86℉)

Current

Current: none - slight

Dive type

Dive type: reef, snorkeling and wall

Difficulty level

Difficulty: beginner divers
Boat dive
Dive operator: Turtle Bay Dive Center

White Beach description

White Beach basic informations

At the beginning you descend to 25m to a fish feeding area. Many Damselfish will welcome you for a piece of bread.

Dive site briefing

Please don’t bring any bread for the fish; it’s not on their menu and they can find more than enough of their own food. In this area there are Big Brown Daisy Coral (Tubastraea micrantha) and Bucket Sponges (Xestospongia testudinaria). You will also see the Two-eyed Coral Fish (Caradion melanopus), Checkered Snapper (Lutjanus decessatus), Red Tooth Trigger (Epinephelus quoyanus) and Turtle (chelonia mydas agassizii).

Marine life (6 registered species)