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Mamsa Point

Mamsa, the Filipino term for trevally, is named after this spot located a few hundred meters north of Kan-uran Point. Divers should be aware that the currents in this area can be quite strong. The main attraction here is the mesmerizing sight of schooling big eye trevally, who swim in a circular pattern to protect themselves from pelagic predators, especially the dogtooth tuna.

Additionally, divers may encounter other pelagic predators like Spanish mackerel, giant trevally, blue fin trevally, and rainbow runners patrolling the vicinity. The underwater landscape transitions from a gently sloping reef to a remarkable steep wall adorned with vibrant soft and hard corals. Marvelous barrel sponges, anemones, crinoids, and tube sponges can also be found, creating picturesque scenes reminiscent of a postcard.

The visibility in this area reaches up to 17m, providing divers with clear underwater views. The maximum depth for diving is around 24m, making it accessible to both beginner and advanced divers. However, it's important to note that diving may be restricted during periods of strong currents.

Overall, this diving destination offers a unique and exhilarating experience for divers of all levels. From the thrilling encounter with captivating marine life to the stunning underwater landscape, Mamsa is a must-visit spot for those seeking adventure beneath the waves.

Last updated: 10 mo. ago - Oct 2, 2023

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