Scuba Diving Philippines
Tubbataha Reef National Park, Apo Island and much more...
Scuba Diving Philippines: Experience the Philippines
7,107 islands make up the Philippine Archipelago. They offer more than triple the number of adventures. We can bring you to the atolls and reefs of Tubbataha, the myriad of colors and pelagic fish of Puerto Galera, the intricate macro marine life in the reefs of Aniloa and the marine sanctuaries that are Apo Reef and Apo Island.
Diving Philippines: These fantastic dive areas continue to mystify the most avid of photographers and marine biologists. At these incredible dive destinations we know that you will see some of the world's most beautiful fish and visit the most exotic reefs on our planet. In the center of the Sulu Sea lies the Tubbataha Reef National Park. Declared a World Heritage site by the World Conservation Union in 1993, the park is composed of 2 coral atolls separated by an 8 km (5 mile) wide channel. These picturesque tropical atolls, known as North and South Tubbataha, host an amazing variety of reef tropicals, turtles and large pelagics.
Amongst the many dive areas of the Philippines is Apo Reef which is under the Municipal Jurisdiction of Sblayan, Occidental Mindoro. The location and isolation of Apo Reef serves as a filter for the marine stocks of the Sulu and South China seas. Apo Reef was once considered the prime diving area in the Philippines (prior to discovery of Tubbataha).
Forming the central part of the country's archipelago is Visayas which includes the islands of Cebu and Bohol. World famous for its thresher sharks, wonderful beaches and amazing diving at such places as the Hilutungan and Nalasuan Marine Reserves, Visayas does not dissapoint!