Big Laurel and Small Laurel are two separate dive sites which are very similar and quite close to each other. Big Laurel has a tunnel swim-through filled with soft corals and nudibranchs. Both Laurels are sloping walls with healthy corals and prolific fish life. located southeast part of Boracay, opposite to crocodile island. The island itself has two dive sites called Laurel Island and Laurel Tunnel. The spot offers an abundance of different colorful soft & hard corals and marine life. This spot is not dived as often as the other spots so the corals are very well preserved. The current here can occasionally be strong and maximum depth is 20 meters. This is a beautiful wall dive with a lovely coverage of feather stars, sponges and healthy coral varieties, especially table and soft corals. Many different types of nudibranch can be found here and this site is great as a dive for macro photographers. The fish population varies with the currents: blue ribbon eels, morays, lionfish, scorpionfish, boxfish and many more make their home on this reef. Also take a close look at the gorgonian sea fans and see if you can spot the tiny and rather shy pygmy seahorses.