A speedy drift can be expected at this site with its slopes and reef walls rich with hard and soft corals, sponges and sea fans. Named for the huge school of jacks, 'mamsa' that can regularly be seen here but also expect to see turtles, frogfish, triggerfish and if you get the chance to stop, many crustaceans and molluscs.
'The Cars' - Dauin
The dark sand slope leads down to two sunken Volkswagens, covered with corals and sponges and home to schooling lionfish. The cars are just one feature of the site however, over the slope you will also find microscopic frogfish, skeleton shrimps, cockatoo waspfish, pipe horses and mimic octopus. A true macro critter playground.