The dugong is a species of sea cow which can be spotted at the Nort West side of Busuanga Island. It is the only member of the Dugongidae family, and its closest living relatives are the manatees.
Be amazed as you swim with the dugongs grazing on the seagrass. Before the trip, you will undergo a briefing about the critically endangered dugong and the eco-friendly ways of approaching it. Numbering around 30 in the area, these endangered charismatic mammals surface every four to five minutes. Dugongs can be quite large, reaching lengths of more than 13 feet (4 m) and weights more than one metric tonne.