Join us for another amazing liveaboard scuba diving trip to Apo Reef and Coron!
Departing Puerto Galera around 4pm on the afternoon of November 27, arriving at Apo Reef at about 8am the next day.
Enjoy three days bluewater diving with sharks and many other big critters, before sailing over to Coron, to the World War wrecks.
- 6 Nights/ 5 Diving days in double cabins. (all cabins with own bathroom)
- All drinks and meals are included.
- Up to 4 dives a day depending on weather conditions.
- 1320 USD per person (excluding marine park fee of Php2500)
About Apo Reef & Coron
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Apo is the largest atoll like reef in the Philippines, marked geographically by three islands, Apo, Apo Menor and Cayos del Bajo.
The shallow lagoons surrounded by mangroves serve as a source of food, a nursery and aspawning ground for many coastal and marine species. The 34 square kilometres of reef also feature magnificent drop-offs and overhangs with resident turtles, barracuda and snapper. Apo Island is also highly rated amongst divers for its schooling pelagics, enormous groupers, Napoleon wrasse, and pristine hard coral gardens.
Visibility of up to 50 metres is common in season (Nov-Feb) and divers should keep an eye out for white-tip and grey reef sharks cruising by.
Coron Bay is firmly on the itineraries of the liveaboards that visit the area, with twelve wrecks to explore!