Again situated west of El Nido, the island is home to a luxury resort and there are a number of decent sites to explore.
Off the northwest point of Miniloc, this tiny island is also known locally as Tres Marias in reference to the three reefs that lie between the two islands. As it's shallow here, snorkeling is good and you can expect to see lots of reef fish, colourful corals and painted crayfish.
This site is on the southern tip of the island and ranges from 13-21m. There are plenty of lettuce corals and sponges. You'll encounter jacks, barracuda, squid, cuttlefish and angelfish. The site is very sheltered, so it's a good all year round spot to explore.
On the north side of the island, this site again slopes from 13-21m and has a sandy bottom. It is charactarised by a profusion of table corals, sea whips and sponges. You will see small stingray and angelfish here.