Check out this dive from Crocodile Rock in Boracay Philippines. Tons of life at Crocodile Rock in Boracay Philippines.
This famous fish-feeding station is a large boulder which provides photographers a chance to capture close-up shots of emperors, trigger-fish, red bass, scorpion fish and surgeons.
I haven't seen much of a demand for Tec diving in Boracay, but I think it will be catching on. Nobody has really pushed the envelope on Tec diving there.
The Camia II was kindly donated by the President of the Frabelle Fishing Corporation, Mr. Francisco Laurel Jr. This former fish-catch carrier is 37 meters long, 7 meters wide and has a height at the top of its crane tower of 12 meters.
How does one hear about these kinds of contests?? Like I have a chance! Here's what it is
Diving in Boracay Philippines. Clown fish, eels, and a huge cuttle fish!