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Philippines Diving Destinations

Alona Beach

Alona Beach

Alona Beach offers some great local dives as well as the opportunity to dive Balicasag Island. A holiday to Alona Beach can include a wide range of activities including diving, relaxing on the white sandy beach or even a visit to Bohol's Chocolate Hills or Tarsier sanctuary. >>

Anilao

Anilao

Being just a short trip from Manila, Anilao offers you the opportunity to take a short break and dive some of the best sites Luzon has to offer; with the chance to see a variety of marine life. >>

Boracay

Boracay

Boracay is world famous for its white sandy beach but also has much more on offer. With a wide range of day and night activities and some world class dive sites; Boracay has something for everyone. >>

Cabilao

Cabilao

This quiet island off the west coast of Bohol is home to some of the most beautiful reefs in the Philippines. Cabilao could be considered a macro photographers dream with its vast array of underwater species. >>

Coron

Coron

Coron Bay is home to the best wreck diving in the Philippines. With at least 12 Japanese WWII ships lying in nearby waters; Coron has become a world class diving destination attracting wreck diving enthusiasts from around the globe. There is also a quaint town and other activities close by such as Kayangan Lake and the opportunity to spend a few nights on a luxury cruise ship. >>

Donsol

Donsol

The Philippines is one of the very few places in the world where it is possible to see whale sharks on a regular basis. These magnificent creatures gather in Donsol, Philippines usually from December until May each year. The plankton in the local waters drawn in by the currents attract the whale sharks by the dozens to feed. These curious animals are surprisingly sociable and tend to interact with people. Sightings are frequent and increasing numbers of people are drawn to this remote area to see the sharks. >>

Dumaguete

Dumaguete

Dumaguete’s main diving attraction is its close proximity to Apo Island, which is widely recognised as one of the finest diving locations in Philippine waters. As the capital City of Negros Oriental, Dumaguete has many other activities on offer. >>

Malapascua

Malapascua

A world famous dive destination as Malapascua is one of the few places where thresher sharks can be seen on a regular basis. These pelagic fish grow up to 6 meters in length and attract divers to this small island from all over the world. Other rare species such as the mandarin fish can also be seen regularly. The island itself also has a white sandy beach and a few lively night spots along with some nice restaurants. >>

Moalboal

Moalboal

Diving in Moalboal is very convenient as all the sites lie within close proximity. It is also a stones throw away from Pescador Island, which is well known for its stunning underwater scenery and large numbers of marine species. The small town also offers a number of restaurants and bars. >>

Pandan Island

Pandan Island

Pandan Island is a small and remote island west of Mindoro, and is only 3 hours away from the spectacular Apo Reef by boat. The island is also surrounded by a white sandy beach, ideal for those looking to get away from it all. Good diving and snorkeling can also be found in the shallow waters surrounding the island. >>

Puerto Galera

Puerto Galera

There are a large number of dive sites around Puerto Galera, all with different and interesting things to see. Verde Island is also very close by and can be accessed as a day trip. The town itself has a number of restaurants offering a variety of cuisines as well as its well-known night life. Day time activities include hiking, mountain biking and relaxing on the beach. >>

Siquijor

Siquijor

Siquijor is a beautiful hilly island in the southern Visayas. The lush green interior and sandy beaches are quiet and unaffected by tourism and there is a real sense of serenity about the island. The focus here is centred on world class macro and night diving. Both in and out of water this is a photographer’s dream. >>

Subic Bay

Subic Bay

Subic Bay is an ideal get away from Manila as contains a number of interesting wrecks; predominantly from WWII, but also from the Spanish-American war. There are a number of hotels, restaurants and bars in Subic town and it can be accessed in under 3 hours from Manila. >>

Tubbataha

Tubbataha

Approximately 180km from Puerto Princessa, Palawan, in the middle of the Sulu Sea lie two coral atolls known as the Tubbataha Reefs. Comprising over 95,000 hectares of water, Tubbataha, meaning ‘a long exposed reef’ is recognised as being probably the best diving in the Philippines and amongst the best in South East Asia. >>

Verde Island

Verde Island

Verde Island is a small island located between Batangas and Mindoro. The reefs around Verde Island have a reputation for their great bio-diversity, and the dive sites are excellent for macro photographers. One of the best dive sites is the Verde Island drop-off. >>


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