Can you dive year round?

Can you dive year round?

Grand Cayman’s Kittiwake, sunk in January 2011. A sea turtle on a Hawaii wreck. Mantas are present year-round in French Polynesia.

Where can I dive in summer?

Here’s a look at the Top 10 Summer Diving Destinations around the world:

  • Cozumel, Mexico. Ranked no.
  • Bonaire, Netherlands Antilles.
  • Cayman Islands, Caribbean.
  • Belize, Caribbean.
  • Sipadan, Malaysia.

Is diving good in the Philippines?

Located in Indo-Pacific’s Coral Triangle and boasting over 7,000 islands, the Philippines is home to some of the world’s best scuba diving. With pristine coral reefs, lush coral gardens, huge schools of fish, rare critters, manta rays, and even whale sharks–there’s something for everyone in the Philippines!

Where can I go diving in June?

The Top 5 Scuba Diving Destinations in June

  • Hanifaru Bay, Maldives. If you love manta rays, pick the Maldives as your June scuba diving destination.
  • Bikini Atoll, Marshall Islands.
  • Papua New Guinea.
  • Galapagos Islands, Ecuador.
  • Sardine Run, South Africa.

Where is best to dive in December?

Our favourites for Where to Dive in December

  • Indian Ocean > Maldives. Maldives.
  • Far East > Philippines. Philippines.
  • Africa > Mozambique. Mozambique.
  • Australasia & Pacific Islands > Australia > Lord Howe Island.
  • Australasia & Pacific Islands > Palau.
  • Australasia & Pacific Islands > Micronesia.
  • Caribbean > Grenada.
  • Mexico.

Where is the best diving in July?

Our favourites for Where to Dive in July

  • Far East > Indonesia > Bali.
  • Australasia & Pacific Islands > French Polynesia.
  • Far East > Indonesia > Komodo.
  • Far East > Indonesia > Moyo Island.
  • Europe > Portugal > The Azores.
  • Europe > Gozo.
  • Australasia & Pacific Islands > Australia > Great Barrier Reef.

Where can I scuba dive in June?

How much is diving in Philippines?

Course Prices

PADI Advanced Open Water 85 USD Must be Open Water Diver
PADI Rescue Diver 85 USD Must be Advanced Diver
EFR – Emergency First Response 65 USD None
PADI Divemaster 200 USD plus 170 AUD (application fee to PADI) Rescue diver w/ 40 logged dives

What is the largest diving site in the Philippines?

Balicasag Island, Bohol Balicasag Island, a marine sanctuary, is approximately 600 meters in diameter. It is one of the best destinations when island hopping in the Philippines. There are five beautiful dive sites around it, including the Balicasag Marine Sanctuary that highlights a 200-meter drop-off.

What is liveaboard diving in the Philippines?

The liveaboards allow divers to explore the reef in a manner not possible from a land base resort. The diving around the island of Cebu is also a destination for the Philippine liveaboards. The province of Cebu has the main island of Cebu and 167 small islands and inlets.

Where can I dive in the Philippines?

Other favourite Philippine dive drips include Apo Reef, wrecks in Coron or Puerto Galera, and whale shark encounters in Donsol, Oslob, or Sogod Bay. Our Philippines liveaboards offer a wide selection of dive trips throughout the year, combining many islands in one holiday and enabling you to reach far flung dive sites not accessible from shore.

What is the best liveaboard in the Philippines?

MV Solitude One: While a relatively new Liveaboard operator, It has drawn together some of the most celebrated management from the industry for this elegant Liveaboard. The Solitude One spends a portion of the year in the Philippines and the remainder in Palau.

Where do liveaboards go from Cebu City?

From the port of Cebu City, liveaboards set off for Apo Island, Moalboal, Siquijor, Bohol, Camiguin, Leyte, and of course, Malapascua. Select Visayas itineraries also use Malapascua, Moalboal, Dumaguete, or (rarely) Puerto Princesa as a departure/arrival port (see Visayas section above).