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    Kasai Village: Cebu, Philippines

    Kasai Village – Colorful Reefs
    The Philippines archipelago is located within the Coral Triangle. Named for its staggering numbers of corals nearly 600 different species of reef-building corals alone, and more then 2,000 species of reef fish. The Coral Triangle hosts an astonishing amount of marine life. 75% of the worlds coral species are found here. In the water of Kasai Village alone its recored 450+ corals and 1,700 different types of reef fish find refuge in these dazzling underwater gardens.

    Kasai Village Resort

    Kasai Village Resort MoalboalKasai is perfectly suited for diving and other water sport activities. On exciting excursions with jungle trips, cave exploring, motorcycle riding in the mountains, hill walking to the waterfalls and hot springs and much more, you will get to know the diversity of the amazing Island of Cebu. Alternatively, Kasai Village Resort is equally suited for romantics and those who just want to relax.

    They believe that YOU deserve to have a great and relaxing vacation with your family or friends. The friendly and luxurious atmosphere of Kasai Village Dive Resort gives you the chance to get away from the everyday stress and get into an “Island time”. They will do their best to give you the holiday you deserve and dream of.

    Upon arrival at Kasai Village Dive and Spa Resort, you will be greeted by genuine Filipino hospitality characterized by the warm and personal care of their staff.

    Scuba Diving

    The Philippine Archipelago – blessed with 7107 islands – is one of the last great frontiers that host a multitude of marine lives, defined and still undefined. With the Pacific Ocean in the northeast, there is a great biodiversity to be found: single-celled animals, multi-cellular species, mollusks, crustaceans, echinoderms, etc.

    One of the reasons the country holds so much appeal to many divers is not just the convenience but the added satisfaction that most dives are ‘guided’ by experienced Divemasters and Instructors, all of whom are fluent in English, ensuring you get the most out of your chosen dive site.

    Kasai Village Resort offers great scuba diving in Moalboal, Cebu, Philippines where you choose from the best dive sites out of 17 in the area.

    MOALBOAL, Southwest side of Cebu Island, is located at the heart of the Philippines,  just in front of the Ta?on strait on the peninsular with over 30+ dive sites for beginners,  technical divers and macro photography enthusiasts.

    If you are looking for a mix of local ‘laid back’ charm, fun and great diving, look no further. Enjoy bountiful marine life on every dive. Have you ever seen a Robust Ghost Pipefish? And if you’re reading this thinking about furthering your education, come here where  the best Dive Instruction in Asia is offered.

    Marine Life in Moalboal

    What You Will See

    Marine life at Kasai Village house reef

    Kasai Village and Moalboal’s reef offer some of the best marine life, coral, creature and fish variety in Asia. On any given dive, you are likely to see an abundance of reef fish: parrotfish (juvenile and adult), damselfish, butterfly fish, frog fish, angel fish and many others presented on almost every dive site. Grouper and snapper are healthy and you may see large schools of blue tang and creole wrasse. You are also likely to encounter at least one hawksbill or green turtle on every dive. If you do a few dives with us, you might be lucky to see whale shark, white tip reef shark, blue ring octopus, mandarine fish, ghost pipefish and harlequin shrimps.

    On the dives themselves, they tend to point out all different marine life creatures and “unusually shaped fish” such as shaded bat fish, trumpet fish, eels, trunk fish, pygmy seahorse to name a few. As far as creatures (non-fish), they also regularly see matis shrimp and slippe lobster. There is also a very interesting macro life, with many shrimps, crabs, blennies, gobies, nudibranchs and worms. Night dives also offer a different set with all the crustaceans out in the open, octopus, squid and even bioluminescence!

    Experienced dive guide and instructors are highly knowledgeable about the marine life at the reef, it’s inhabitants and fish behaviors with a wealth of knowledge on different areas  and interests. Sit down with them, consult the fish book and they will help you identify what you saw on your dives. They also have a large flat-screen TV in the shop where they regularly display slideshows of the things they have seen recently, video footage from dives and training experience. Even after thousands of dives, they are still just as excited to see their reef inhabitants like it’s the first time. We’re always on the lookout for finding something new.

    The Galleries below are photos from previous guests and staff that have caught the marine life during their dives with Kasai Village Dive Team.


    Reef Fish

    Identification Group 1

    DISK-SHAPED/COLORFUL – Butterfly fishes – Angelfishes – Spadefishes

    Identification Group 2

    LARGE OVALS – Surgeonfishes – Moorish Idol – Rabbitfishes – Scats

    Identification Group 3

    SMALL OVALS – Damselfishes – Anemonefishes

    Identification Group 4

    SLOPING HEADS / TAPERED BODIES – Snappers – Coral Breams – Emperors – Seabreams

    Identification Group 5

    SILVERY – Jacks – Barracudas – Tunas & mackerels – Others

    Identification Group 6

    SLENDER SCHOOLERS / COLORFUL – Fusiliers – Anthias

    Identification Group 7

    HEAVY BODIES / LARGE LIPS  – Groupers – Soapfishes – Hawkfishes – Sweetlips

    Identification Group 8

    SWIM WITH PECTORAL FINS – Parrotfishes

    Identification Group 9

    SWIM WITH PECTORAL FINS – WRASSES – Wrasses/Tuskfishes – Hogfishes – Razorfishes

    Identification Group 10

    REDDISH/BIG EYES – Soldierfishes – Squirrelfishes – Bigeyes

    Identification Group 11


    Identification Group 12

    CRYPTIC CREVICE DWELLERS – Basslets – Dottybacks – Devilfishes – Brotulas – Cuskeels

    Identification Group 13

    ELONGATE SAND & BURROW DWELLERS – Dartfishes – Tilefishes – Dragonets – Sandperches – Lizardfishes – Others

    Identification Group 14


    Identification Group 15


    Identification Group 16

    ODD-SHAPED BOTTOM DWELLERS – Frogfishes – Scorpionfishes & Lionfishes – Stonefishes – Waspfishes – Flatheads – Flounders & Soles – Others