Yapak 1 and 2 are actually two separate walls which begin at 30 meters and drop down to 70 meters. The most famous of Boracay’s dive sites, close encounters with white tip and grey reef sharks, dogtooth tuna, groupers, napoleon wrasses and giant trevallies are common. Surface conditions can be rough, and therefore a negative entry is often required, followed by a spectacular blue-water descent. Possibly the top dive site on Boracay and very popular with very experienced and technical divers. This dive requires a prior welcome dive at Calypso for skills assessment plus demonstrated evidence of deep, and drift diving experience with a minimum of 20 logged dives and Advanced Open Water minimum Certification. Negative entry is required because of strong currents and experience is a must because of downwellings. It’s a blue dive until you reach 33m there is no visual reference so not for the faint hearted. This is a spectacular wall dive, with some Cathedral like caves which can be explored by Tec Deep or Tec 45 to Tec 50 Certified Divers. The wall hosts a massive variety of gorgonion sea fans, whips, barrel sponges and macro life with different types of nudibranch, anemones and the full range of pelagics. This site is described as stunning by divers, with occasional White Tip Reef Sharks, plus regular sightings of Chevron Barracuda, Giant Trevally, Oriental Sweetlips, Yellowin Tuna, Bluefin Tuna and blue Triggerfish.