Scuba Diving in the Philippines is the ultimate dive live-aboard experience. With exceptional marine life and the healthiest coral reefs, in most cases far from shore, this pristine region invites exploration.
Tubbataha (pronounced too-bah-ta-hah) National Marine Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site is comprised of just 3 coral atolls that rise from the ocean floor 100 miles east of Palawan and Puerto Princessa. To say the diving here is something that has to be seen to be
believed is an understatement. Surrounded by deep cerulean blue seas, the atolls of Tubbataha break the surface of the sea by only a few inches. It's what surrounds these atolls that will amaze you.
Accessible only by dive live-aboards, this preserved area of extreme biodiversity is protected and nurtures future generations.
- The north side of the "Coral Triangle"
Heart of the world's marine biodiversity
574 types of coral build the reefs
1,400 species of fish
Amazing drop offs / walls
Dive on atolls 100 miles from land
This is some of the greatest diving in the world
*Cash or check trip price
Cabins A1-A4 $4,005*
Cabins B1 & B2 $4,205*
Cabins C1 & C2 $3,705*
Based on double occupancy Plus fees of Approximately $400 which include local transfers
Land based content is based on Twin Share (2 people per room)
*Pricing is subject to availability and may be changed without notification.
Cabin layouts vary with twin, full and queen beds. One cabin can accommodate 3 persons.
All cabins with private bathroom. All beds are memory foam.
Non-Refundable Deposit $500
2nd Payment $500 due March 5, 2019
3rd Payment $1,000 due June 5, 2019
Balance due October 5, 2019
The Philippines is an archipelago comprised of 7,100 islands scattered over 500 miles in Southeast Asia. The islands are touched by the Philippine Sea to the east, Celebes Sea to the south, Sulu Sea to the southwest and South China Sea to the west. To the country’s north is Taiwan, to the west is Vietnam, to the southwest is Borneo and to the south is Indonesia. Filipino and English are the official languages. Asian influence is found in its culture, traditions and practices.