Sunk by the Boracay Association of Scuba Schools (BASS) in 2000, Camia II was a fishing vessel turned into an artificial reef, just 5 minutes by boat from Boat Station 1. Camia II is 30 meters long, 12 meters high, and sits upright on a sandy bottom at 27 meters depth. The wreck is home to big and small marine life, including schools of Rainbow Runners and Red Bass Snappers, as well as Pygmy Seahorses, Ghost Pipefish, and Skeleton Shrimp.
Due to the depth, diving Camia II requires at least an Advanced Open Water certification. If you are a PADI Open Water Diver, you can choose to take the Advanced Open Water course and include the shipwreck as one of your adventure dives.