• Nat-Nat: a great dive site on the door steps to El Nido
Thanks to its nearness to El Nido town and to its high variety of marine life, Nat-Nat is excellent for ending a diving day or for night diving. It is fringing reef with sandy patches located south of Cadlao Island. Its shallow waters house an incredible collection of corals, fishes and macro life. Turtles, yellow tail barracuda, trigger, rabbit, trumpet anemone fish are always there. You will be amazed by the numerous species of nudibranch that you can encounter there.
During night time, this dive site comes to a different life. Seahorses are a common sight along with a variety of hermit crabs and shrimps. Cat Sharks, Spanish Dancers and Helmut Gurnards are the uncommon species to watch out for.
• Nat-Nat: what you will see?
Mushroom Coral • Nudibranche • Sea Anemone • Seahorse • Dendritic Jawfish • Spanish Dancer • Sea Turtle • Yellow Snapper • Yellow Tail Barracuda • Anemone Fish • Fusillier. If you’re lucky: Cat Shark • Helmut Gurnard
• Nat-Nat: what we recommend to you?
If you are a beginner, Nat-Nat is a great location to try scuba diving: Discovery Scuba Diving. Nat Nat is a rich and shallow dive site. If you want to get a diving license, you will do a part of your course there: Open Water Course
Nat Nat is our favorite site for night diving. You will get there for your Adventure Night Dive training.
Close to town, shallow and home of an incredible collection of macro life, Nat Nat is a great place for night diving
Have a look to this blog article, reviewing a dive in Nat-Nat with the Palawan Divers team.