Lush green mountains surrounded by breath taking blue oceans, there is a good reason Puerto Galera grew out to be on of the Philippines’ most developed beach destinations. The great diving, white sand...
The ultimate dream destination, the island of Boracay has received several awards, including ‘Best Island in the World’ by Travel + Leisure magazine. Powder white beaches and glossy turquoise waters m...
Situated in the center of the Visayas, one of the Philippines three main geographical divisions, the area of Cebu and Bohol has some of the best diving in the Philippines. Cebu city and Mactan island...
The fantastic diving found off the Dumaguete area of Negros Oriental, Philippines will delight any diver. Macro fans will find fantastic muck diving right offshore, and a shore boat ride to Apo Island nearby provides great wide angle opportunities with fantastic coral and lots of fish.
Situated south-east of Asia’s mainland, the Philippines boasts over 7100 islands. With so much shore line and biodiversely rich oceans separating the islands, diving in the Philippines has a huge range of opportunities to offer.
The octopus is one of our favorite finds on a dive, and is also one of the smartest creatures in the sea. With eight arms, three hearts, and the ability to change color and shape, who can't help but find the octopus amazing? An overview on this charismatic and interesting animal.
The Apo Reef: A pristine reef with rich life, located in the west of occidental Mindoro (Philippines), at the northern tip of the coral triangle. Don't confuse Apo Island with the identically named island in Negros oriental.
Bokeh Photography is the fine art style to separate subjects from the background or focus on body parts only. In contrast to black backgrounds, the look and feel of the underwater world is preserved. In this tutorial we learn to perform nice bokeh shots.
Subic Bay has some of the most accessible wreck diving in the world. There are wrecks for both recreational and technical divers, Subic is one of only two locations in the Philippines that offers tec diving.
A rich biodiversity in one single dive spot? The Kasai Wall in Moalboal (Philippines) offers fascinating dives with a lot of critters, and sometimes big stuff too. I have seen many house reefs around the world, and The Kasai Wall is worth being called a very special one.
One of the world's top places for tiny critters is located in the Philippines: Cabilao! It's a small, quiet island surrounded with beautiful reefs. A place to relax and dive.
Muck diving is like a treasure hunt for the ocean's craziest critters. Where to go muck diving and what you'll find!
Fascinating: The reef of Ligaya (Occidental Mindoro, Philippines) appears in deep red. But deep red in between green glowing structures are derived from the coral surfaces. How do we get this effect? And how do we successfully take pictuers of it?