TravelBook Fans Share 5 Favorite Diving Destinations
Planning to go diving but don't know where? Check out these suggestions from our Facebook Fans.
By Nigel Maranan
November 15, 2013
Planning to go diving for the weekend? There's no need to fly out of the country as the Philippines has various world-class diving spots that will surely give you a one of a kind diving experience. Why not visit Boracay’s coral reefs or Subic Bay’s shipwrecks and canyons. We asked our Facebook fans to share their favorite Philippine diving destinations. Read on to find out what some of them said.
Suggested by Kenjie Cruz
Are you a first-time diver? Try going to Subic Bay in Zambales. Tour shipwrecks and canyons when you dive.
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Suggested by Nayr Senob
Famous for its fine white sand beaches, Boracay is also a great place for a dive. Divers regularly visit Yapak 2, located at the northern part of Boracay, which is famous for its deep blue waters and colorful fish.
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El Nido, Palawan
Suggested by Gico Murdock
If you are visiting the Underground River in Palawan, you might want to take a side trip to the luxurious island of El Nido. Miniloc Island is a great place to go diving with views of fish and beautiful corals.
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Suggested by Ronel John Madahan
Another great dive destination is Coron, Palawan. Coron has a wide range of dive spots. Experience diving at Taeie Maru, an old Japanese oiler ship, or go thermal lake diving at Barracuda Lake.
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Suggested by Maria Enriquez
If you are planning a weekend trip out of the metro, Anilao is a perfect diving destination to visit. It is located a few hours from Manila, making it perfect for weekend trips.
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