The tunnel of Dilumacad is situated on the north of the island. Discovered by the Japanese in 1989, this site is one of the highlights of El Nido. The entrance is at a depth of about 14 meters depending on the tide, and it is around 3 meters wide. With a total length of approximately 25 meters, it has an L shape, where in the middle a chamber with an unbreathable air pocket can be found. The game of lights crossing the ceiling is impressive. After crossing the tunnel you will find a beautiful rock formation with some swim through.
Map pufferfish, ringed pipefish, nudibranch, lobster, crabs, schools of black-tipped bullseyes.
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