- Cebu Island
It is an island in the South of the Philippines some times called It is the oldest and busiest metropolis in the Philippines after the capital Manila. IT offers a combination of sandy white sand beaches, good dive sites, nightlife and easy access via the Mactan International Airport, have made it popular tourist destination in the Philippines.Almost all resorts offer diving among other water sports. There is also an effort being made by resort owners and the local government to promote marine conservation, which is paying off.
Located on the southwestern coast of Cebu. It is a 2 hours drive across the island from Cebu City. Moalboal means “bubbling brook”. A short 3 km. from Moalboal town is Pangsama Beach, well known for its white sand beach, good snorkelling and relaxed atmosphere.
has something for all divers, so come and dive the best kept secret of the Philippines – indeed of South East Asia. Make your next scuba diving trip to!
Malapascua diving located in the center of the Coral Triangle, makes each dive a pure delight filled with new discoveries! Sharks and mantas, wrecks and reefs, wall dives, caves, muck dives and spectacular night dives.
The huge diversity of marine life in Malapascua includes hammerhead sharks, white tip sharks, mandarin fish, countless nudibranchs, pygmy seahorses, frogfish, cuttlefish, endless crustacean species, beautiful unspoiled coral gardens and much more…
- Manila island
- PUERTO GALERA
Now, in its second “explosion” due to the award, Puerto Galera may not necessarily rival, but complement Boracay as its “twin” prime tourism destination in the Philippines. Whereas Boracay has one vast panoramic beach of talc-fine snow-white sand, Puerto Galera has dozens of protected coves with ancient coral gardens and rare marine species. It also has a rich history, being along the trade corridor of the Manila-Acapulco galleons, and being an ancient port where Chinese traders bartered Ming vases for native gold since prehistory.
Palawan is an exquisite destination in the south-west part of the Philippine archipelago. It is a long, narrow island pointing to Borneo. It is known as the “Last Frontier” and It is one of the most visited tourist spots in the Philippines. It is host to the only two Natural World Heritage Sites, the Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park and Tubbataha Reef National Marine Park.
Here, you will find diverse and rare species of flora and fauna. There is the fish-eating Palawan eagle, the scaly anteater, giant turtles, Palawan peacock pheasant, Palawan bear cat, mouse dear and the Tabon bird. But Palawan’s beautiful beaches, islands, reefs, resorts, forests and Underground River are what really lure visitors to it.
Beneath the waters of Palawan lies a stunning display of underwater life – an ideal destination for snorkelers and scuba divers.