The Philippines has some of the world’s best scuba diving – and some of the most affordable dive locations, too. Here’s my personal guide to the best scuba diving in the Philippines.
Diving Tubbataha Reef: A Quick Guide
What’s so great about diving Tubbataha Reef? Here’s a concise rundown of what to expect plus Tubbataha liveaboards and the practicalities of getting there Read More
Diving Moalboal, Philippines – A Quick Guide
Diving Moalboal means huge schools of sardines and beautiful wall reefs, a backpacker destination with surprisingly superb diving and super cheap prices too! Read More
MV Discovery Adventure Liveaboard Review
An in-depth personal liveaboard review of MV Discovery Adventure which operates 5 day trips to Tubbataha Reef and also spends time in Palau and the Visayas. Read More
Diving Tubbataha Reef Podcast
Imagine diving on the side of a coral-covered mountain – that’s Tubbataha Reef. Yvette Lee explains why it’s the greatest dive spot in the Philippines. Hear More
Diving Anilao is a must-do for any diver that likes weird and wonderful small stuff. Only 3 hours drive from Manila Airport, it’s a macro diving paradise. Read More
Diving Malapascua – A Quick Guide
Thresher sharks are Malapascua’s most famous diving attraction, but this tiny island in the Philippines has excellent macro and some good wide angle dives too. Read More
Tubbataha Reef Liveaboards
Tubbataha Reef liveaboards visit the remote Tubbataha Reef between March and June each year. Check availability and pricing for Tubbataha Reef liveaboards. Read More
Seadoors Liveaboard is a midrange liveaboard with 8 cabins for 16 people sailing to Tubbataha Reef between March and June and the Visayas region. Read More
Diving Apo Island And Dumaguete
Want amazing muck diving and lush coral reefs? Apo Island and the coastline of Dumaguete provide the best of both worlds at one of the Philippines’ best dive destinations.
Diving Sogod Bay
Sogod Bay is still one of the Philippines’ best kept dive secrets. There’s pristine reefs, abundant fish life, lots of critters, the promise of whale sharks – and very few other people.
Diving the Coron Wrecks, Philippines
It’s the Filipino equivalent of Truk Lagoon – a spectacular collection of huge Japanese warships sunk around Coron, at the northern tip of Palawan. Ayesha Cantrell explains why Coron is wreck heaven.