Dive in Bohol

Diving packages in Bohol

30 dive package

30 boat dives without equipment, between the dives we offer fresh fruits,coffee, water and tea for free nitrox for free until 2014 start 2015: 80 peso per dive

20 dive package

20 boat dives without equipment, between the dives we offer fresh fruits,coffee, water and tea for free nitrox for free until 2014 start 2015: 80 peso per dive

ADVANCE OPEN WATER Course

Exploration, Excitement, Experiences That’s what the PADI Advanced Open Water Diver course is all about. You don’t have to be “advanced” to take it – it’s designed to advance your diving, so you can start right after earning your PADI Open Water Diver certification. The course helps build confidence and expand your scuba skills through different Adventure Dives.…

one week non limit dives ( max. 5 dives per day )

one week non limit boat dives without equipment, between the dives we offer fresh fruits,coffee, water and tea for free nitrox for free until 2014 start 2015: 80 peso per dive

Diving with turtles at Balicasag island (2 dives)

Discover amazing Balicasag island with Tropical divers! You can see green sea turtles, schools of Jacks and mackerel and pristine coral reef. You should be certified diver to dive at Balicasag. This is 2 dives package, includes gear, weights, tanks, dm, tea coffee and fruits on the boat.

Diving in Bohol

Bohol
Bohol is the tenth largest Island in the whole Philippine archipelago and lies at the very heart of Visayas. Along its coastline are several Islets such as Panglao, Cabilao, Balicasag, Mahanay, and Lapinin which all offer excellent marine life. There are a number of Bohol Diving spots that offer excellent diving.

The Danajon Bank or Double Barrier Reef, located off northern Bohol Island, is the only double barrier reef in the Philippines and is 1 of only 3 such sites in the Indo-Pacific. The reef is spread across almost 130 kms and consists of 3 large reefs. And by far the best diving site in Bohol, Balicasag Island features 400 meter Marine Sanctuary of healthy corals with plenty of pelagic visitors characterized by vertical cascading coral walls over deep waters with strong currents.

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Travel to Bohol

Bohol
Bohol is a beautiful island paradise located in the Visayas island group in central Philippines. It is famous for its white sand beaches, the Chocolate Hills and the Tarsier, the smallest primate in the world.

It is surrounded by beautiful beaches and corral reefs. If you love nature then Bohol is the destination for you. There are also more than 1400 caves to explore. The most famous of these is Hinagdanan Cave's on Panglao island. The cave leads to an underground pool with plenty of stalactites' & stalagmites. There is even a sanctuary for the Tarsiers called the Tarsier Trail. Here visitors are allowed to hold and touch the tiny little primates.

The towns in Bohol have many old churches dating back to the Spanish error to see. You can even do some dolphin & whale watching at Pamilacan Island. Bohol is definitely worth a visit by itself or if you are in Cebu it's only about a two hour boat ride away to see the sites and return in the evening.

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    Barracuda
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    snake eel
  • Genesis Divers Alona Beach

    Genesis Divers Alona Beach
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    Jack fish school
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    Pamilacan Island
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    Harlekin (ornate) Ghost pipe fish
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    26109
  • Sea gras Ghost pipe fish

    Sea gras Ghost pipe fish
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    Snake
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    Genesis Divers Boats
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    Mandarin fish - Blue Planet
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