Philippines liveaboard highlights
The Philippines are well known for their impressive coral gardens, colourful reefs and high biodiversity of macro critters, such as Pygmy Seahorses or Mandarin Fish. A little further afield you can find Mantas, Thresher Sharks, and plenty of other large pelagics wherever the currents are pumping. Whale sharks are also regularly found during the right season.
Abundant marine life
Pristine Coral reefs
Crystal clear water
Many pelagic species
The Philippines comprise over 7,100 islands, surrounded by deep blue seas that contain some of the richest marine life on earth. Thought by many to be the apex of the Coral Triangle, diving in the Philippines offers you a wide variety of marine environments to choose from.
Dives on steep walls and offshore pinnacles, critter hunting in coastal reefs, the sardine run, and the opportunity to get up close to the world’s largest fish – the whale shark. The Philippines will whet the appetite of even the most seasoned diver.
Tubbataha, a UNESCO World Heritage site, offers exhilirating wall & drift diving, wrecks and a good chance to spot hammerhead sharks, mantas, and whale sharks, plus some of the world’s best coral gardens. Also, gigantic fan corals flourish in Tubbataha waters.
The Visayas and Malapascua are best known for their great variety of dive sites, starring thresher sharks in Malapascua, whale sharks in Oslob, turtles all over, and the sardine run in Moalboal. Macro lovers can indulge in sightings of pygmy seahorses, ornate ghost pipefish, and spectacular frogfish of all sizes.
The Philippines comprise over 7,100 island, has almost 9% of the world’s coral reefs and over 2,200 different species of fish. Situated in the Coral Triangle of marine biodiversity, it is little wonder that the Philippine islands are home to such a wide range of fascinating liveaboard diving trips.
Our liveaboard in The Philippines
Built on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi, the 40 metre S/Y Philippine Siren liveaboard is the largest vessel in the Siren fleet family. Welcoming up to 16 guests in eight cabins you won’t find a more beautiful or spacious liveaboard in the waters of the Philippines.
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