This stunning marine sanctuary is home to barracuda, parrotfish, lionfish, a beautiful school of jacks, and a huge school of silver batfish. The corals are abundant and healthy.
It is at the northern tip of Mactan Island, along the Gilutongan Channel facing Olango Island. Magnificent coral formations surrounded by a sandy bottom, the richest in the area, are found to a depth of approximately 18 meters. Among the corals are varieties of invertebrates. Darting in and out of the corals are frog fishes and other reef dwellers that are so colorful and is great for underwater photography.