Diving on Boracay is not expensive and since prices are similar over the island, divers can choose based on other criteria that may be more important. It is a great place to learn to dive or continue education, due to the availability of good training dive sites, attractive prices and laid-back atmosphere. Many dive centers on the island offer accommodation, however divers can chose to arrange their own and book the diving independently
Calypso Dive Center is a 5 star PADI IDC center and National Geographic dive center. This professional Boracay dive center had excellent training facilities and offers courses, fun dives and dive safaris. Their stylish Calypso Resort is located directly at White Beach and is a good choice for comfortable and quality Boracay dive holiday on a higher budget.
Recommended by Lonely Planet, White Beach Divers is a well-established dive center located at the southern end of Boracay, offering dive courses, day trips and multiple-day safaris. They cater to small groups and individuals, aiming to give divers a choice in dive sites. Their on-site hostel and bar make this an all-round place to stay for a Boracay dive vacation.
Victory Divers is a German-owned and multilingual 5 star PADI dive center, that has shown continuous commitment to the improvement of dive standards around Boracay island. They have been involved and even responsible for many marine conservation efforts, including installment of buoys, banning of spear fishing and coral collection. Victory divers has a resto-bar and hotel right at White Beach.
Also located at White Beach, dive center Free Willy gets excellent online reviews. Offering courses, fun dives and safaris, they take great pleasure in showing divers Boracay’s underwater treasures. Willy and his staff do everything to make visitors part of their dive family and their enthusiasm and passion for shows in the amazing experiences divers have with them.
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We just returned on the transition trip (from Tabbataha to Sebu) in May/June 2018 and had a terrific time! The diving in Tubataha is refreshingly untouched (due to no-fishing) with Whale sharks, reef sharks, tuna and trevali as well as myriads of smaller fish. great trip with a variety of dive types (reef, wall, muck, big and small stuff etc.). Muck diving in Dauin was great too! so many amazing creatures (sea horses, ambon scorpion fish, ornate ghost pipe fish, crustacians of all sorts, frog ...
The diving in the Tubbataha was amazing! You can tell it is a marine park because the life here is so abundant. You can tell by the fish life, and the abundance of Sharks on each dive. I think we saw it all from Mantas, Whale Sharks and tornadoes of Jacks. The crew on the Philippine siren is one of the best we have had. They were so helpful and entertaining, you can tell everyone loved their job. They did everything in their power to get you what you needed. I highly recommend to dive this area ...
What makes Boracay diving special is the combination of world-class beaches, small island feel and a variety of good dive sites. Many Boracay dives are only a 5 to 10 minute boat ride away and there i...
Diving on Boracay is not expensive and since prices are similar over the island, divers can choose based on other criteria that may be more important. It is a great place to learn to dive or continue ...
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.
Just south of Manila, Puerto Galera is easy to reach and part of the “Coral Triangle”, which has one of the highest marine biodiversity in the world. Puerto Galera has all the critter finding a muck diver could dream, colorful reefs full of fish, fabulous resorts, great food, and exciting nightlife.
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.