Bohol is among the favorite destinations for diving in the Philippines where divers will truly love their diving experience. Black coral forest, a reef with a tunnel, huge turtles, and a colony of sea snakes are among the interesting things that you will see within the different dive sites in Bohol. Bohol is a popular tourist destination in the Philippines. Scattered within the waters of Bohol are many dive sites that are also popular destinations for divers. The most popular diving destination in Bohol is Panglao Island that has four beaches with many dive resorts. A popular dive site in Panglao Island is the Arco Point. The dive site has a tunnel that runs through the reef at about eight to 18 meters in depth. This is an interesting dive because sea snakes have a colony in the dive site. Other impressive things to see in the dive site are drop-offs, coral gardens, walls, and massive marine life and coral growth. The Balicasag Island is another diving destination in Bohol that is about 20 kilometers from Panglao Island. The dive sites in the island are among of the best as well as popular in the Visayan Region. The main attraction for divers in the dive site of Balicasag Island is the black coral forest. A unique growth of black corals can be seen with reef fishes making home within the safety of the corals. Another dive site in Bohol is the Turtle Point where the name derives from the turtles that make shelter inside the caves at the depth of 18 to 20 meters going down the wall. The wall in the dive site has feather stars and tropical reef fish covers the area. Because the turtles are shy, patience is required to be able to see them and it's worth the wait because some of the turtles are really huge. The Cathedral Wall is another dive site in Bohol where an excellent dive is assured. Exploring the dive site requires a flashlight to be able to see what is inside the many crevices and cracks. Many pelagics are hanging off the wall flowing with the water current. Reef fishes, soft and hard corals, and sponges are among the sea life of the dive site. The Pamilican Island is another diving destination in Bohol that is about an hour ride by boat from Panglao Island. The name of the dive site literally means, "resting place of the mantas". You are a lucky diver if you are able to see even just one manta ray in the dive site. At the northwest part of the island, a marine sanctuary is present where tunicates, gorgonians, anemones, and sponges will definitely give any diver an impressive dive in the dive site. Bohol is one place in the Philippines that you will not miss to visit. With the abundant dive sites surrounding the place, your diving experience in Bohol will truly be magnificent.