Philippines diving holidays
An unforgettable dive holiday
Tailor-made Philippines Diving Holidays
Philippines diving holidays are always unforgettable. Situated on the Negros Island is Dauin. Lush and tropical, the island is renowned for its sugar cane and coconut plantations. Here you have the chance to enjoy a house reef, impressive corals on Apo Island as well as world class muck diving.
There is a choice of fascinating dive sites as well as dolphin watching and visits to waterfalls and lakes. Whether you want to scuba dive, relax in a spa, or enjoy the best of both worlds.
Why divers love the Philippines
What divers say about diving holidays in the Philippines
“Whale shark! If I could shout underwater that’s what I would have screamed. Always wanted to see one and in the Phillipines my dream came true.”
“Magnificent coral and loads of martine life. Also saw a lot opf sharks. Loved it.”
JORDAN RESORT DIVING
7 nights / 5 days diving
3 – 10 December 2019
Ask our dive experts
Because we’re not a mass tourism company, you’ll get a highly personalised service. Think of us as your personal travel consultant – don’t be shy, ask us for anything and leave the rest to us.
Love sharks? Can’t get enough of wrecks? Maybe you want to experience something new. Our knowledgeable team are here to help you get the best out of your next dive holiday.
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The Dive Diaries
Insights, recommendations and dive experiences from our team
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