Nat-Nat Dive Site: Explore Underwater Marvels on El Nido's Doorsteps
With its convenient location near El Nido town and a rich diversity of marine life, Nat-Nat is an idyllic destination to conclude a day of diving adventures. Positioned south of Cadlao Island, this fringing reef with sandy patches offers shallow waters that are teeming with an incredible collection of corals, fish, and macro life.
As you explore the underwater world, be on the lookout for green sea turtles, yellowtail barracuda, triggerfish, rabbitfish, trumpetfish, and anemone fish, which are commonly spotted in this area. Additionally, prepare to be enchanted by the fascinating variety of nudibranch species you can encounter during your dive.
Nat-Nat: Diving Information
- Depth: 5-25 meters
- Visibility: 5-30 meters
- Current: Moderate to strong
- Travel time: 10 minutes by boat
- Best months: November to May
Nat-Nat: Marine life
Get ready to encounter:
Green Sea Turtle • Nudibranch • Sea Anemone • Seahorse • Dendritic Jawfish • Spanish Dancer • Sea Turtle • Yellow Snapper • Yellow Tail Barracuda • Anemone Fish • Fusiliers
Keep an eye out for Coral Cat Shark, Helmut Gurnard and Bamboo shark
Nat-Nat: Is It Recommended for You?
If you are a beginner, Nat-Nat is an ideal location to experience scuba diving with a Discovery Scuba Diving adventure. As a rich and shallow dive site, it offers a perfect setting for beginners to discover the underwater realm. For those aspiring to obtain a diving license, Nat-Nat forms part of the Open Water Course. Its close proximity to town, shallow waters, and mesmerizing collection of macro life make Nat-Nat a captivating and inviting diving destination near El Nido.