6-day safari 2020/2021
Weekly from October to May
Cross with us through the “epicenter” of biodiversity on earth, the Visaya Archipelago. Negros, Bohol and Cebu are part of the Coral Triangle, which is home to more than 12,000 species of fish. Diving in the Philippine Coral Triangle means good visibility, colorful corals, numerous species of fish from large fish to tiny crustaceans.
From October to May, our safari ships criss-cross these island paradises. The best dive sites in the region are dived over 6 days, including Dauin, Apo Island, Siquijor, Balicasag Island, Panglao Island and Sumilon Island. There is even a shore excursion to the Kawasan Waterfalls. You also have the option to visit Bohol’s Chocolate Hills.
Apo Island is still one of the top diving destinations in the Philippines, where, in addition to the coral gardens and steep walls, you can also admire schools of jacks and some large fish. Currently the island is home to over 650 documented fish species and an estimated over 400 species of coral.
On Panglao, the Panglao Marine Biodiversity Project found that this island alone has more biodiversity than Japan and the Mediterranean. For those who would like to see Bohol’s Chocolate Hills, a day trip can be arranged.
Sumilon Island’s marine reserve, 24 hectares in size, has an amazing collection of marine flora, as well as, with a bit of luck, white and black tip sharks.
This diving safari offers an unbeatable combination of top diving areas, shore excursions, small groups, accommodation in rustic beach facilities and you even save the transfer from one diving destination to another.