Dive in Puerto Princesa

Diving packages in Puerto Princesa

Rescue Scuba Diver

4 days The rescue certification course is designed to develop the knowledge and necessary skills for an individual to effectively perform diver rescues and assists, and administer necessary first aid. You will learn skills such as how to perform self rescues, buddy rescues, recognize and calm potential panic divers, administer proper first aid to divers that have experienced dive related…

Advanced Scuba Diver

3-4 days During the course your SDI Instructor will take you through four SDI specialties (deep, navigation, photo, video, etc. as examples) covering all the skills and subjects, so that by the end you will feel comfortable conduct dives of a similar nature. Once you have logged your 25th dive (these can included any and all training dives) bring us your logbook and four SDI Advanced Diver…

Discover Scuba Diving

For beginners and/or non-certified. If you like to try scuba diving but not sure yet of going into the full certification course.Includes two (2) dives, module, DPP sticker, use of dive equipment, use of speed boat, snacks, transfers from dive shop to boat.

Night Dive Package

This includes:two (2) dives (1 afternoon and 1 night), torches (primary and secondary), use of dive equipment, dive master’s services, use of a speedboat, snacks, entry fees, land transfers ( dive shop to boat).

2 Fun Dives

1. Two fun dives for certified divers, price is 3300 Pesos per person. 2. Three fun dives cost 4700 Pesos per person.3. For non-divers, we offer Discover Scuba Diving for 3300 Pesos per person. 4. PADI and SSI courses are also available. Prices on request.

Diving in Puerto Princesa

Puerto Princesa
Puerto Princesa is a tourist hub: once here they proceed almost immediately to points of destination to dive in Coron Islands, dive in Busuanga, dive in El Nido, dive in Roxas, and other equally magnificent tourist and dive spots tucked away in the more than 1,700 islands of Palawan.

Ninety-eight nautical miles off Puerto Princesa lay Tubbataha Reefs National Marine Park, a 33,000-hectare coral atoll in the Sulu Sea. This second World Heritage site is the home of enumerable species of reef fishes, sea turtles, manta rays and dugongs. Because of its teeming marine life, and coral formation of exceptional beauty, this marine park is the diving destination of choice in Palawan by professional divers.

Closer to home, in the mid-eastern coast of Puerto Princesa, dive enthusiasts also flock to Honda Bay where dive sites equally well-known for their good reefs and coral boulders such as Panglima Reef, Arreceffi and Pandan islands are located.

Puerto Princesa beckons to all of us who appreciate the eternal beauty and wonders of Nature to take care of our environment so that our succeeding generations will have something to remember us by.

Travel to Puerto Princesa

Puerto Princesa
Scuba divers, backpackers, trekkers, bird watchers, spelunkers, explorers, they all come to Palawan from all over the world to embark on the ultimate adventure of their lives in the deep recesses of nature. They arrive in droves at Puerto Princesa, and proceed almost immediately to points of destination to dive in Coron Islands, dive in Busuanga, dive in El Nido, dive in Roxas, and other equally magnificent tourist and dive spots tucked away in the more than 1,700 islands of Palawan.

However, those who do not have the time to journey to these remote islands can experience unforgettable terrestrial and aquatic adventures right in the heart of this capital city of Palawan! This is because Puerto Princesa is one of the biggest cities in the Philippines.

Seventy-five percent of its area is dense forest cover that holds the world’s biggest sanctuary of old and replanted trees. Few places on earth can match the distinction of this perennially green city of Palawan of having two World Heritage sites. St. Paul National Park, an ecosystem of more than 5,000 hectares of mountainous forests, mazes of caves, powdery white beaches and a spectacular 8-kilometer underground river that winds through St. Paul Mountain and empties to the South China. This subterranean pride of Puerto Princesa is reputedly the longest underground river in the world with its wide hallways, cathedral-like chambers and great pillars of centuries old limestone formations. To reach the mouth of the underground river you can either hike or take a boat.

To better see large monitor lizards darting about the rocks and bushes, and monkeys cavorting on the thick canopies of trees, the more adventurous choose to trek the winding wooden paths and bridges of the Monkey Trail that stabs deep into the jungle. The Park is the natural habitat of about 60 species of birds, many of which are endangered including the magnificent Palawan peacock.

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