Located between the northern tip of Olongo Island and the village of Baring. It is only 15-20 min by native outrigger boat from Mactan Island. There is little of note in the shallows so descend immediately to 30 meters and either fast drift at this depth or settle down in some shelter and watch the fishes pass by.
There are several spectacular drop-offs, and there are large caves about 30 to 35m down. The wall starts at 60ft/20m and ends down to about 220ft/73m before disappearing on a gradual slope. The area is not suitable for novice divers due to strong surge and fierce unpredictable currents. Visibility is up to 30 meters.
One will encounter white-tip and grey reef sharks, tuna, barracuda, snappers and jacks. For the last 10 years, hammerhead and thresher sharks have been sighted in the area.