Twin Rocks is the most demanded dive site in Anilao, Philippines, and one of the most appreciated by underwater photographers because it allows, in a small area, access to great macro and environment scenery or the great biodiversity that lives around the two rocks that names after this dive spot.
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In Twin Rocks you will see from ribbon eels, to schools of carangidae, countless nudibranchs, clownfish, surgeon fish, lionfish, damsels, big barracuda schools, mantis shrimps, Coleman shrimps, porcelain crabs o rabbitfish in a spot where the maximum depth is 16 meters and has a visibility over 20 meters.
Twin Rocks consists of two rocks separated by one meter that receives special protection thanks to its marine sanctuary status where fishing is prohibited, it was a time when cyanide was used to catch fish for aquariums and even dynamite was used for fishing. Today, this history of degradation has led to nutrient-rich water rising from depths close more than 90 meters that feed abundant crinoids, soft corals, sea fans, acropora, blue coral, fire corals...