The Atoll dive site in Puerto Galera, Philippines, features a large rock with an overhang on one side and multiple crevices deeper down. It rises from a depth of 33 meters (108 feet).
The rock is covered in soft coral, sea fans, and sea sponges. Here you’ll find a number of sea creatures such as lionfish, frogfish, nudibranchs, flatworms, groupers, scorpionfish, sweetlips, angelfish, moray eels, and the usual small reef fish.
The Atoll is recommended for experienced divers on Nitrox. To avoid strong currents, the dive needs to be done on a flood.