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Underwater Photo Location: Balicasag, Bohol, Philippines

Underwater Photo Location: Balicasag, Bohol, Philippines

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Nice Wall dive and the school of jacks will stay with you for 30 minutes
Facts about Balicasag, Bohol, Philippines
  • It is in Philippines
  • Balicasag, Bohol, Philippines is in the Bohol Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-40 Metres 0-130 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 3-10 Metres 10-30 Feet.
Dive types
wall

Marine Life
bigsmallturtlescoral

Diving facilities
airnitrox

Photo facilities
macrowideanglepfriendly

by Lyndon Cubillan
School of jacks in Balicasag, Bohol, Philippines

by Lyndon Cubillan
School of Jacks - made 60 shots of the school that stayed with us for 20 minutes. luckily a few turned out ok.

by Daniel Strub
Coral reef in Balicasag

by Paz Maria De Vera-Santos
A juvenile crinoid precariously hanging on the vertical wall of the Balicasag Marine Sanctuary.

by Michelle Tinsay
Common lion fish at arco point in bohol. shooting with my canon digital elph

by Daniel Strub
dont come to close to my home :-D

by Jun Lao
Jackfish of Balicasag Philippines > http://www.youtube.com/user/junlao122675

by Jun Lao
Ardeadoris egretta

by Rick Tegeler
Blue Ribbon Eel

by Rick Tegeler
Phyllidia... enjoy!

by Rick Tegeler
Another excellent reason for the accurate use of tide tables!

by Rick Tegeler
Ship on Reef. The second (and last) of my series: 'The importance of accurately reading tide tables.' Enjoy!

by Marco Walter
Nice clownfish

by Dmitry Vinogradov
Near Balikasag Island.

by Dmitry Vinogradov
Sunlight

by Nadya Kulagina
There is no fish around Balicasag

by Philippe Gerber
A lot of bigeye trevally (+3000) came out nowhere and passed around us for 5 min ! They eventually started to school in tornado shape. Amazing encounter in Balicasag Island, Philippines.

by Alex Permiakov
Nudibranch portrait. Snooted light.
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