Dive into the waters of the Philippines and see up close the rich marine life and colorful reefs of the country. Explore the rich marine life in Boracay, swim with thresher sharks in Moalboal, Cebu, and explore the shipwrecks in Palawan.
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Frequently asked questions
Can I join scuba diving tours if I don't know how to swim?
Yes! Swimming and scuba diving require different skills. You will have enough time to practice the basics before you dive into deeper waters.
Can I join scuba diving tours if I'm not a certified scuba diver?
Definitely! There will be a scuba diving instructor who will brief you with basic scuba diving principles, safety guidelines and other important reminders to enjoy the introductory dive. There are also scuba diving tours that require certifications and advanced levels that are not available for beginners.
What should I expect to see?
Expect to see one of the richest marine biodiversity in diving spots in the Philippines. You can swim with thresher sharks in Malapascua, do the sardine run in Moalboal, nudibranchs in Anilao, shipwrecks from World War II in Coron, sea turtles in Palawan and Apo Island to name a few.
Will there be tours during rainy or bad weather?
Experiencing light rains will still most likely allow you to dive but it’s upon the discretion of tour operators depending on weather and water conditions.
Are phones and cameras allowed during scuba diving tours?
Bringing of phones and cameras depend on the tours. Some diving instructions have underwater cameras so they can take photos of you.
Will there be equipment provided for scuba diving?
Yes, scuba diving equipment will be provided by the tour operator. These include a wetsuit, BCD, regulator, tank, weight belt, fins and mask.
Is there an age limit for joining scuba diving tour?
The minimum age is 10 years old.
How long does a scuba diving tour last?
Introductory dive activities usually last up to 2.5 hours. Take note that this is not the full certification course and just an introductory experience for those who want to try scuba diving.
When is the best month or season to go on a scuba diving tour?
In the Philippines, you can dive throughout the year but the weather and water conditions might not be at its best during the rainy months of June to October.