Philippines

The myriad of Philippines diving spots includes something for everyone — with easy beach entries for beginners to deep wreck diveswall dives, and night dives for more advanced divers. A beautiful part of Southeast Asia, the Philippines consists of thousands of tiny archipelagic islands whose waters are home to over a thousand kinds of fish and marine animals. Come along for your initial certification or upskill for a wilder ride in the currents of the West Pacific with scuba in the Philippines.

DAUIN, NEGROS ORIENTAL
Philippines

Mike’s Dauin Dive Resort

  • Boat Dive

    Boat Dive

    These scuba adventures take divers out on a boat to reach their diving destination. It is recommended that divers are comfortable taking a giant stride or a back roll entrance into the water.
  • Deep Dive

    Deep Dive

    This type of dive will take a diver deeper than 18 meters (59 feet), and most will go to 30 meters (98 feet) or more beneath the surface. There is unique marine life at great depths that can only be seen on deep dives.
  • Reef Dive

    Reef Dive

    Coral reefs are beautiful and endangered ecosystems that are bursting with life and color. Reef dives are among the most popular types of scuba diving.
  • Turtle Dive

    Turtle Dive

    Sea turtles are one of Earth’s most ancient creatures, and these types of dives offer a high probability of seeing green turtles or leatherback turtles, among others.
  • Seahorse Dive

    Seahorse Dive

    This type of scuba diving experience offers the best chance to swim with seahorses. These delicate and well-camouflaged fish are often hard to spot.
As low as $35.00

SAN JUAN, SIQUIJOR
Philippines

Sea Pearl Divers

  • Boat Dive

    Boat Dive

    These scuba adventures take divers out on a boat to reach their diving destination. It is recommended that divers are comfortable taking a giant stride or a back roll entrance into the water.
  • Deep Dive

    Deep Dive

    This type of dive will take a diver deeper than 18 meters (59 feet), and most will go to 30 meters (98 feet) or more beneath the surface. There is unique marine life at great depths that can only be seen on deep dives.
  • Reef Dive

    Reef Dive

    Coral reefs are beautiful and endangered ecosystems that are bursting with life and color. Reef dives are among the most popular types of scuba diving.
As low as $31.00

MALAPASCUA ISLAND
Philippines

Thresher Cove Dive Resort

  • Boat Dive

    Boat Dive

    These scuba adventures take divers out on a boat to reach their diving destination. It is recommended that divers are comfortable taking a giant stride or a back roll entrance into the water.
  • Deep Dive

    Deep Dive

    This type of dive will take a diver deeper than 18 meters (59 feet), and most will go to 30 meters (98 feet) or more beneath the surface. There is unique marine life at great depths that can only be seen on deep dives.
  • Night Dive

    Night Dive

    A night dive offers the chance to experience marine life that can only be seen in the dark. Rocks and colors appear more vivid and even familiar spots become mysterious.
  • Wreck Dive

    Wreck Dive

    This type of dive goes to shipwrecks or plane wrecks so that divers can explore the thriving ecosystems that have developed in these fascinating underwater museums.
As low as $25.00

MALAPASCUA
Philippines

Thresher Shark Divers

  • Boat Dive

    Boat Dive

    These scuba adventures take divers out on a boat to reach their diving destination. It is recommended that divers are comfortable taking a giant stride or a back roll entrance into the water.
  • Deep Dive

    Deep Dive

    This type of dive will take a diver deeper than 18 meters (59 feet), and most will go to 30 meters (98 feet) or more beneath the surface. There is unique marine life at great depths that can only be seen on deep dives.
  • Reef Dive

    Reef Dive

    Coral reefs are beautiful and endangered ecosystems that are bursting with life and color. Reef dives are among the most popular types of scuba diving.
  • Shark Dive

    Shark Dive

    There is a high probability of seeing sharks — from nurse sharks to reef sharks — on this type of dive. It’s one of the most exciting scuba diving adventures that most of us will ever have!
  • Seahorse Dive

    Seahorse Dive

    This type of scuba diving experience offers the best chance to swim with seahorses. These delicate and well-camouflaged fish are often hard to spot.
As low as $8.00

PANGLAO ISLAND, BOHOL
Philippines

Valm Divers

  • Boat Dive

    Boat Dive

    These scuba adventures take divers out on a boat to reach their diving destination. It is recommended that divers are comfortable taking a giant stride or a back roll entrance into the water.
  • Deep Dive

    Deep Dive

    This type of dive will take a diver deeper than 18 meters (59 feet), and most will go to 30 meters (98 feet) or more beneath the surface. There is unique marine life at great depths that can only be seen on deep dives.
  • Drift Dive

    Drift Dive

    Experienced divers use natural currents to navigate through a dive site in this kind of scuba diving experience.
  • Night Dive

    Night Dive

    A night dive offers the chance to experience marine life that can only be seen in the dark. Rocks and colors appear more vivid and even familiar spots become mysterious.
  • Reef Dive

    Reef Dive

    Coral reefs are beautiful and endangered ecosystems that are bursting with life and color. Reef dives are among the most popular types of scuba diving.
As low as $9.00

The Best Diving Sites in the Philippines

Marine enthusiasts will appreciate the pelagic species that frequent Philippines diving spots — including Malapascua in the central Visayas where you can see skittish thresher sharks, majestic hammerheads, and dainty seahorses. In Oslob, swim alongside the community of resident whale sharks for an experience you won’t quickly forget.

For the history buffs, Philippines diving sites like Subic Bay in the Manila region offer impressive views of sunken WWII warships. Subic Bay is also one of the most easily accessible destinations from the Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport. Further south in Palawan, submerge yourself to depths of up to 66 feet (20 meters) and swim alongside turtles and fish through WWII planes and warships that are now home to soft coral and tropical sea snakes.

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