Dive in Tubbataha on the Solitude One Liveaboard

The best access to some of the best coral reefs in the world

One of those TOP diving destinations you should know dive before you die

Tubbataha Reef is a coral atoll in the Sulu Sea, 98 nautical miles from Puerto Princesa, the capital of Palawan province. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1993, it is the best diving spot in the Philippines and possibly one of the best in the world. The diving season in this area is short, from March to June, due to strong currents, which makes the marine life here incredibly abundant.

This reef is home to nearly 400 different species of coral and 500 species of fish. The attractions for divers are countless. Those who admire large species can surround themselves with up to 11 species of sharks, encounter some of the 12 species of cetaceans that can be found in its waters throughout the year, or marvel at endangered sea turtles such as the hawksbill turtle or the green turtles. Embark on this adventure in one of the most privileged submerged areas on the planet aboard one of the best liveaboard boats in Tubbataha, the Solitude One.