The Philippines has thousands of dive sites, whatever your dive experience, you are sure to be spoilt for choice.
Coron Bay has the best wreck diving in Southeast Asia, 11 wrecks in total all packed into one relatively small area, ranging from 12m to 40m.
Puerto Galera offers something for every diver. Schooling reef fish, including jacks, snappers, trigger fish, groupers, trevally and barracuda, are often present, and there are some beautiful coral reefs to explore. If that’s not enough, macro subjects can also be found in abundance.
Dumaguete is world famous for its muck diving and critter life but it is also home to stunning reefs and passing pelagics. The list of critters is almost endless with flamboyant cuttlefish, frogfish, blue ring, Mototi and coconut octopus, seahorses to name just a few.
Malapascua is renown for having some of the best shark diving in the Phillipines, the area is known for being the only place in the world where the thresher shark can be seen within recreational diver limits on a regular basis. The macro diving is also first class, you can hope to encounter many weird and wonderful creatures includinhg nudibranch, sea horses, octopus, pipefish and frog fish.