Entalula Island's Diving Wall in El Nido: A Marine Wonderland

Explore Entalula Island’s Diving Wall in El Nido, a haven of soft corals and marine life. Encounter turtles & groupers in this thrilling dive.

Diving Wall – El Nido – Entalula Island boasts one of the most impressive dive sites. Located south of the renowned Miniloc with its Small and Big Lagoon, Entalula Island is a picturesque destination. The travel time from El Nido town is approximately 45 minutes, depending on sea conditions. In this area, we have two main diving spots: the Wall and the Drift.

Diving Wall - El Nido - The Vertical Drop Off

The Wall welcomes divers of all levels, with depths ranging from 5 to 30 meters. Adorned with breathtaking soft corals, whip corals, and sea fans, this vertical drop-off creates a mesmerizing underwater vista. It is an excellent site for spotting small inhabitants along the wall, such as nudibranchs, crabs, pipefish, and shrimps. One intriguing creature you may encounter in this area is the electric oyster.

Diving Wall in El Nido - The Drift Dive

The Drift is suitable for divers of all levels, offering depths ranging from 5 to 20 meters. The extensive reef covers the entire southwestern front of Entalula Island, making it an ideal location for an exhilarating drift dive. The coral garden teems with marine life, including schools of fusiliers and yellowtail barracuda, various angelfish, triggerfish, butterflyfish, and sea turtles.

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Entalula Wall: diving information

  • Depth: 5-35 meters
  • Visibility: 10-30 meters
  • Current: Occasional
  • Travel time: 45 minutes by boat
  • Best months: November to May

Entalula Wall: Marine life

The stunning wall is adorned with soft corals, including sea fans, sea pens, and a plethora of small inhabitants like pipefish, various types of anemone fish, and shrimps. The reef itself is dominated by staghorn corals, and it is home to a diverse range of marine species, including squids, cuttlefish, turtles, stingrays, and octopuses.

Get ready to encounter:

Green Sea Turtles • Hawksbill Sea Turtles • Bluespotted Stingrays

Keep an eye out for Eagle Rays and Ghostpipe Fish

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