Diving in the Philippines
From the shark nurseries of Tubbataha to the macro life of Anilao; from the historic World War II wrecks of Coron to the sardines of Pescador Island; from the whale sharks of Donsol to the thresher sharks of Malapascua, there’s just so much more to see in the Philippines! Located inside the coral triangle, the Philippines is blessed to be located at the “center of the center” of marine biodiversity.
The Philippines is considered to be one of the best diving spots in the world. As an archipelago composed of 7,107 islands, the country is host to the most diverse species of coral life.
Filipinos enjoy SCUBA diving as a backyard hobby, because the ocean is literally in their backyard! A mere hour and a half drive from the city lets you experience some of the best diving anyone can ever offer. Whether you’re looking for wall action with pelagic life, strong currents, macro photography, wreck diving or eerie freshwater hot springs, the Philippines has them all!
Truly there are more than 7,107 reasons to dive the Philippines!