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Negros Island is divided into two provinces- Negros Oriental and Negros Occidental. Its dive sites are home to more than 400 coral species and 700 fish species.

Dauin and Apo Island are the two faces of Negros Oriental that make it an all-around, world-class diving destination. You can see lots of fish life during day dives like butterfly fish, damsels, anthias, and wrasses thresher sharks. Anemones, decorators, and hermit crabs can also be spotted during night dives. Apo Island is actually a Marine Protected Area, where the government, local communities, and divers work hand in hand in conservation efforts.

Apo Island

  • Sea Turtles
  • Hard and Soft Corals
  • Drift Dives
  • School of Jacks
  • Mandarin Fish


  • Plenty of Macro Critters
  • Various Nudibranch species
  • Frogfishes
  • Harlequin Shrimps
  • Tiger Shrimps
  • Different Goby species
  • Various octopus species (Wunderpus, Mimic, Blue-ringed, etc)
  • Sea Turtles


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