This is my best freediving experience so far! We have been freediving here in Moalboal for quite a while now and we didn't get a chance to freedive in Pescador Island. Pescador Island is just of the coast of Panagsama and it's in the middle Tañon Strait between the islands of Negros and Cebu. It's known for its awesome coral sanctuary and some quirky underwater formations. Finally, after months of skirting the island off our list, we had the chance to freedive there last weekend.
In this video, we were playing with the bubbles from the tanks of scuba divers from below. Claire (@indayclara
) already shared her version
of this awesome experience. It was out of this world!
In the last part of the video, you can see bubbles coming from the corals. It's a sight to behold! There's actually a cave (they called it "The Cathedral") underneath where the scuba divers can enter and the expelled air from their tanks would accumulate at the top of the cave. Eventually, the air would seep through the corals above, creating that magical sight with the fish, corals, and bubbles. I wanted to pursue my advanced scuba diving class now just to explore that part of Pescador Island.
This video was taken by our go-to guide, photographer, and videographer in Moalboal - @sabanalchristian
. It was edited by @indayclara
after my constant nag.
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