Odie’s Wall is one of Puerto Galera’s most popular dive sites. It is named after the dive boat captain that discovered the stunning wall. Huge gorgonian fans, barrel sponges, and black corals cover the 8 meter- (25 foot-) high wall, which makes it quite unique in its area.
The colorful and large flora, as well as the numerous holes in the wall, are home to eels, fusiliers, angelfish, trumpetfish, sea snakes, blue triggerfish, and thorny oysters. Divers may also spot a few manta rays and stingrays.
With a depth of 22-35 meters (72-115 feet), Odie’s Wall can be dived by novice and experienced divers alike.