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Philippines

Background & Highlights

An archipelago of 7,107 islands, the Philippines is a tropical paradise of dramatic landscapes and volcanoes, lush green paddies, sparkling white sand beaches and turquoise seas.

The country's 10 main islands lie in a sickle shape directly south of Taiwan, their volcanic ranges protecting the other countries of South East Asia from the Pacific Ocean. The ...

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Camiguin Island

The island-province of Camiguin is a pear-shaped volcanic island in the northern tip of Mindanao, home to numerous attractions such as hot and cold springs, remote beaches, waterfalls, volcanoes, a seismic observetory, diving and more.

Diving

Diving El Nido
The dive sites around El Nido's 2 resorts of Lagen and Miniloc range from gradual slopes to drop-offs, wall dives to reef flats. Visibility is generally good, with an average of 10 to 30 metres in the summer months of March until May.

Dive Packages

Visayas Dive Safaris
One of the best ways to explore the huge variety of world-class dive sites scattered around the central Philippines, is by dive Safari. None of the dive sites are far from land making liveaboards unnecessary, and the numerous islands offer a great choice of beach resorts to stay at at the end of each day's diving.

Liveaboard Diving

Liveaboard diving in the Visayas
The Visayas, located in the middle of the Philippines, sports a plethora of excellent dive spots while also enjoying a microclimate that allows for diving year round. Joining a liveaboard dive cruise is one the best possible ways to explore such a scattering of sites which would otherwise require island hoping between numerous islands.

Fishing

Coron Wreck Dive Safari
A great way to explore the huge fleet of Japanese WWII shipwrecks of Coron Bay is to make a safari, sleeping some nights on board your boat and others at one or other of the boutique resorts that are scattered around the Calamian Islands.

Camiguin Island

The island-province of Camiguin is a pear-shaped volcanic island in the northern tip of Mindanao, home to numerous attractions such as hot and cold springs, remote beaches, waterfalls, volcanoes, a seismic observetory, diving and more.
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