Friday's Rock Dive Site

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Very interesting sea life
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No current
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Outstanding! 20m and more
Level Advanced Divers
Dive depth Normal diving depth, 10-25m

Friday’s Rock is a relatively easy dive site of Boracay Island. It is usually used for scuba diving training and for beginners due to its conditions. The maximum depth is 18m. Here you can spot all the usual reef fishes of the Philippines such as the colourful Sweetlips, Beautiful Parrotfishes, Triggerfishes as well as Blue Spotted Stingrays resting on the sandy bottom.
Friday’s Rock is also a great place to learn Underwater Photography in easy conditions. Enjoy this peaceful and relaxing dive!

This location is a Reef.

You can dive Friday's Rock all year long. Access: from the Shore. See the map of Friday's Rock on the right for the exact location.

Friday's Rock Friday's Rock is a relatively easy dive site of Boracay Island. It is usually used for scuba diving ... Julien 3

Fishes you may spot while diving Friday's Rock

  • Angel Fish Angel Fish
  • Blue Spotted Ray Blue Spotted Ray
  • Damselfish Damselfish
  • Garden Eel Garden Eel
  • Lion Fish Lion Fish
  • Parrotfish Parrotfish
  • Ribbon Eel Ribbon Eel
  • Scorpion Fish Scorpion Fish
  • Snapper Snapper
  • Surgeonfish Surgeonfish
  • Sweet Lip Sweet Lip
  • Triggerfish Triggerfish

... and more fishes & sea life, Squid

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2 dive logs in “Friday’s Rock

  1. Great dive site for those who love underwater photography, around the rock you can find big fish, Napoleon Wrass, Giant Grouper, Schools of Snapper and Bassand sergeon fish as well as lots of Fusiliers and masses of small fish. on the patch coral you find superb macro, frog fish, Moreys, lion fish and sometimes caped gunards walking along the sand. Always something to see and suitable for all levels

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