An underwater adventure awaits you in Bohol as this fun diving tour lets you explore some of the Philippines’ most incredible diving spots. Balicasag Island in Bohol’s many sites has become a haven for divers as it holds treasures in the form of corals, giant clams, and schools of fish!
Bohol’s natural charm is unlike any other: from the interesting Chocolate Hills to the cute Philippine tarsier, to its many waterfalls wrapped in lush greenery. But down below its waters is an equally enchanting sight: expansive coral reefs that are home to some of the most exquisite marine life in the world. Balicasag Island is a treasure trove of dive sites and one of them is the Marine Sanctuary, the first destination of this dive tour. It features a wall that is about 60 meters deep and has small caverns, ledges, and overhangs that are home to a variety of corals, including massive sea fans. Expect to see an abundance of reef fish, groupers, and jackfish. Giant clams can also be found in this area so you should not miss out on them.
The second dive spot of this tour is Rudy’s Rock, a deep drop-off wall on the southwest side of Balicasag that also features caverns and crevices, decorated with various types of soft, leathery, and stony corals. Schools of jack and trevally are also highly visible in this area.
Lunch is also freshly prepared for you, so you have the energy to explore more of Balicasag’s mesmerizing depths. Your third and last dive will take place at the Black Forest dive site where you can expect to see green sea turtles gloriously swimming at the start of your dive. As you descend further down, you will be accompanied by schools of jacks and trevallies, as well as parrotfish and reef fish frolicking around the site’s many black corals and antipathes. Occasional spotting of whale sharks has been reported here.
Dive deep down Balicasag’s waters and discover an underwater paradise in Bohol with this tour! Check the availability by choosing a date.
- Need to be certified diver to participate
- Balicasag is a marine protected Area. It is a rule and regulation from the government that there are only 150 divers allowed per day - we must reserve the marine ticket in advance. To make a reservation we need divers to send their: Full name, Date of Birth, Nationality, Picture of Diving License.
- Not all establishments accept credit or debit cards, and ATMs may be limited.