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Top Scuba Diving Spots In Palawan

Ever since scuba diving was discovered in the 1940s, humans have been venturing into the deep to experience the mysteries of the underwater world inhabited by creatures that seem to be from another planet. Armed with diving gear that allows you to survive underwater, you realize insignificant you feel as a human being amidst the schools of fish, sharks, and other creatures of the sea. Few recreational activities provide the sense of otherworldliness that diving offers. The Islands of Palawan Divers flock to Palawan from all over the world just to experience the abundance of marine life, white sand beaches, and dozens of lagoons these islands have to offer. Bacuit Bay, the main bay at El Nido, with its dozens ...
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Things To Do In Palawan

Palawan might have previously been a hidden gem, but that is certainly not the case anymore. After all, when it is consistently named the number one island in the entire world, it is hard to go unnoticed. Palawan is an island that exists on the Western side of the Philippines. The entire island is picturesque and features some of the most compelling landscape including, but not limited to white sand beaches, beautiful lush green mountains, deep jungles, and more. Below, we will be discussing some of the top 5 things to do in Palawan. The Top 5 Things To Do In Palawan: 1. Scuba Diving At Various Locales. One of the absolutely 'can't-miss' activities that you need to take part ...
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A Paradise for Divers

Scuba Diving has become a very popular activity in some of the most famous and beautiful beaches in the world. People have literally flocked to these destinations just to experience the beauty of the local marine life. The thing is, if you want to experience Scuba Diving in sensational places like these, you don’t really need to have any experience in Scuba Diving at all. Just about anyone that offers Scuba Diving services will have experienced instructors and trainers as well as the necessary safety gear to help people learn certain breathing technique. The best part about it is that none of this requires any swimming ability whatsoever! Once you hit the beach and see the turquoise water in front ...
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Scuba Diving Tips - What Not To Do

Scuba Diving Tips – What Not To Do

There are not too many things that are more exciting than scuba diving in the Philippines. As if the natural scenery above the water isn't breathtaking enough, the underwater perspective will give you another life-changing experience. However, as exciting as scuba diving can be, it has to be approached with caution and mindfulness. Otherwise, you are not going to enjoy the experience as much and you can also face the risk of injury. In light of making your adventure as memorable as it can possibly be, here are some valuable tips on what not to do while scuba diving. 1. Don't Push The Envelope So many new divers make the mistake of rushing through the training process. The chance to ...
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Top Attractions for Scuba Diving | Submariner Diving Center

Top Attractions For Scuba Diving

The Philippines is an extensive network of over 7,600 islands in all shapes and sizes and is set in a warm tropical climate. Surrounding the vast archipelago are coral reefs stretching further than the eye can see and teaming with a wide variety of characters, legends and experiences that form an integral part of the scuba diving Philippines experience. Divers come from across the globe to take a glimpse at the historic wrecks lying a mere 10 meters from the surface. The migration of whale sharks is another life changing encounter as is taking an afternoon to marvel at the charming styles and colorings of the many nudibranch species, which have often been called “sea slugs”, although this is not ...
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Top Scuba Diving Spots in PH | Submariner Diving Center

The Top Scuba Diving Spots In The Philippines

The Philippines is without a doubt one of the best places to go scuba diving in the world. There are so many different islands to explore and each diving spot has something unique to experience. So let’s take a look now at some of the top spots that you absolutely must visit. Monad Shoal: Malapascua The Monad Shoal is known as the Philippines' best shark dive. As a diver, you are almost guaranteed to see at least one thresher shark over the course of two days. This diving spot offers the most consistent sightings of thresher sharks and it is the only place in the world where a thresher shark was seen giving birth. This spot is recommended for advanced ...
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Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Miss Scuba Diving In The Philippines

Have you ever had the experience of scuba diving? Have you ever been to the Philippines and gone scuba diving? If not, then you are missing out on one of life’s great pleasures. Just like you need to visit a casino when you are in Las Vegas, similarly, if you are ever in the Philippines, you really need to go scuba diving. The turquoise water, beautiful islands, white sand beaches and the tropical climate make for the perfect scuba diving experience. Even if you have not been scuba diving before, it doesn’t really matter. There are a number of dive centers and resorts that offer PADI courses with experienced dive masters to help you out. The Philippines is the land ...
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Diving with Submariner Diving Center in El Nido

When I planned my trip to El Nido I actually already thought about going diving there since I heard it is one of the most beautiful dive sites in Southeast Asia. I never dived before so I decided to just wait until I was in El Nido and then see if there is a good dive shop there. The day I arrived, I found the Submariner Diving Center and just went in to ask questions about the diving courses etc. since I did not really know what to expect. The owner of the dive shop was really friendly and helpful and advised me to do the Discover Dive first before actually doing the Open Water certificate. I thought that was ...
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