Dive Safaris and Live-aboard diving are the way to go if you want to see as many as man dive sites in the Philippines as possible.
A dive safari is a convenient way to travel from dive site to dive site on a custom-tailored outrigger safari boat through the tropical islands of the Visayas in the Philippines. At the end of the day, you will sleep in a beach resort nearby the last island visited.
By traveling from island to island through the Philippines you don’t waste valuable vacation time with overland transfers between dive destinations, which usually take the better part of a day.
Dive Safaris start either here in Moalboal, Cebu, or in Sipalay, Negros. They are transfer safaris commuting between these two destinations weekly from the end of October until end of May.
Dive Safaris last for 6 days and combine these dive spots:
Pescador Island, Liloan, Santander, Sumilon Island, Balicasag Island, Alone Beach, Panglao Island, Siquijor Island, Apo Island, Dauin and other dive spots along the coast of Negros.
Please bear in mind that the dive safari boats are not luxury live-aboards, but dedicated dive boats build from divers for divers. Due to the nature of dive safaris, this will be a different beach resort every or every second night.
Transfer to and from the boat are done by motorized dinghy.
Food is included; meals consist of simple Filipino and Western dishes, served with lots of tropical fruit.