By far the most popular dive site in the north. It is divable all year around, except for largest swell or when the waves are coming from the North East.
LongDong Bay is by far the most popular dive site in the north. It is divable all year around, except for large swell or when the waves are coming from the North East.
Most common dive site is called “Ho-Mei Elementary School” or “the ladder”, in the summer the carpark is usually full by 8.00AM and you will often see ques of people waiting to enter the water by the ladder.
The great thing about LongDong is there is something for everyone. Depth ranges from 5m to over 25m. This makes it very very busy in the summer months. Often times you will see at least more than 30 divers in the water.
The interesting feature of this dive site are the reef formations ‘dragons back’ and ‘dragons tail’ which are over 20m depth.
You can also find the ‘squid nest’ which is located further around the point away from the more common diving spots. Here you have chance to see hatching squid.
Expect to see most of the common fish you would see in Northern Taiwan waters.
Co-ordinates: Lat 25.11319; Lng 121.92012
Type: Rock / Reef / Wall
Ave depth: 15m
Dive map for LongDong
This map should not be used for navigation, and is provided for reference only
If you are interested to dive this location, contact one of the scuba dive shops known to run dive at this location:
The Scuba Shop
If you are a dive shop owner and frequent this dive site, drop us a message at [email protected] and we will add you to the list above.