Dives are surprising and certainly the best I ever had in the Philippines. As soon as you get in the water, you realize that this sea is a major biodiversity dispersion center. Gorgonians, black corals, soft corals, barrel and pipe sponges, and a myriad of multicolored fishes and invertebrates are found in any crack, on any surface, on plateau and cliffs. The water is clear, with an occasional light suspension, but the visibility is always optimal. Easily you feel embarassed whether to concentrate on the underwater landscape and on the more conspicuous subjects, or to engage in the search for the small: nudibranchs, shrimps or miniature frog fishes.