Dive in the open waters of Boracay when you book this tour for your next trip to the island. Novice and experienced divers will appreciate this tour, as you have the opportunity to dive in some of Boracay’s famed diving spots. You will be accompanied by a divemaster and provided with a tank and a weight belt, but remember to bring your own diving equipment. Also note that divers must be 10 years old or above, have done open water diving before, and are in good physical health.
This shared tour starts when you meet up with the divemaster at the Aqualife Divers beachfront in Station 3. You need to be there at least 15 minutes before your schedule, so plan your day accordingly. Once you have met up with your divemaster, they will decide on the diving locations, which will depend on several factors, including your diving ability.
All of the dives sites that Boracay have are different from each other. Some shallow spots offer a more relaxed dive, while experienced divers will appreciate those with walls and drop-offs.
Yapak is one of the most famous dive spots in Boracay and in the Philippines, thanks to the corals and the barracuda and tuna you can see here. Those looking to see different corals will appreciate Angol Point, Coral Garden, Crocodile Island, Laurel Island, Balinghai, and Laguna de Boracay. Punta Bunga and Friday’s Rock is where you can find different marine life.
There are also a couple of wreck dive spots that you may visit. The Camia Wreck dive features a long cargo ship, while the Tribird Wreck dive features a plane that was sunk on purpose to add to the dive spots of Boracay. All dive spots offer you the perfect opportunity to take magnificent underwater photos, so bring your underwater camera if you have one!
Go on a fun open water dive on your trip to Boracay when you book this tour. Check the availability by choosing a date.
The operator may cancel the tour in case of force majeure or unforeseen circumstances like weather conditions. In this case, you will be given the option to reschedule or request a full refund. Note that being late by 15-30 minutes without any advice is considered a no-show. Schedule cancellation requests must be made 48 hours before your original subject to approval.
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