Philippines diving trips

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Why diving in the Philippines

The Philippines has more than 7,000 volcanic islands and some of the healthiest coral gardens in the world, accessible only by liveaboard. Up to 2,500 species of fish, a perfect average temperature of 26 degrees Celsius, regular shark sightings (including whale sharks) and some of the best macro photography in the world.

The Philippines is undoubtedly one of the top diving destinations in the world? Need more reasons to consider a scuba diving liveaboard trip in the Philippines

Whether you want to see the pristine reefs of Tubbataha on a liveaboard, the world-class macro diving of Anilao or the thresher sharks of Moalboal, we can help. Our partner travel agency, PADI Travel, which specializes in scuba diving liveaboards in the Philippines, will provide you with everything you need at the best price, are you in?

Why are liveaboards the best choice for scuba diving in the Philippines?


The only way to get to Tubbataha is by liveaboard. And believe me, it is worth it. This reef is home to nearly 400 species of coral and 500 species of fish, up to 11 species of sharks, and 12 species of whales throughout the year. Sea turtles are also regular visitors.


The Philippines, more specifically Coron Bay, offers some of the best wreck diving in Southeast Asia. Dozens of Japanese wrecks in excellent condition are open to divers of all levels.


The Philippines has some of the best macro and muck diving in the world. From Puerto Galera to Anilao, you can dive with mud bottoms full of frogfish, mandarin fish, mimic octopus, cat sharks, rhinopias... A paradise for lovers of rare critters and poisonous creatures.


At least relatively. Compared to some Asian destinations like Raja Ampat or Komodo, diving in the Philippines is much cheaper and more accessible.

What is a liveaboard diving trip to the Philippines like?