The Philippines is an archipelago in Southeast Asia of more than seven thousand islands located between the Philippine Sea and the South China Sea at the very eastern edge of Asia. Considered to be the epicenter of marine biodiversity in the world, the Philippines is a great place to see turtles, frogfish, mandarinfish, scorpionfish, emperor and batfish. Some of the more unusual creatures spotted also include pygmy sea horses, lionfish, triggerfish, unicornfish, trumpet fish, wrasse, mantis shrimp, squid, and octopus. But it isn’t just the big critters that draw dives – the Philippines is world renowned for its macro life.

Atlantis Azores

The Azores has set new standards in liveaboard diving in the Philippines and, many of their guests say, in Asia. Azores is the perfect place from which to explore some of the best diving in the world – offering four distinct itineraries: Southern Leyte, Tubbataha, Dumaguete and Puerto Galera. Azores has 7 deluxe staterooms with double & single beds and 1 owners suite with a double & single bed, private head & shower, extra storage and air conditioning.

Atlantis Dumaguete Dive Resort

Just a twenty minute drive from the local airport (just a sixty minute flight from Manila), on a long peaceful stretch of beach, lies the lush and luxurious Atlantis Dumaguete Dive Resort. Surrounded by an amazing tropical garden with some of the rarest plants to be found in the Philippines it is just a short trip to some of the most renowned dive sites in Asia – Apo Island, Balicasag reef and of course the local Dauin Marine Sanctuaries. The archipelago is home to more than 3000 species of fish and 448 species of coral – where else can you combine unbelievable muck-diving with pristine coral reefs and shoals of schooling fish?

Atlantis Puerto Galera

At the heart of Oriental Mindoro on the Puerto Galera peninsula you will find Atlantis Puerto Galera – the areas premier dive resort and dive center. Just a short hop from Manila, Puerto Galera literally means Port of Galleons; its sheltered bays have been a safe haven for sailors for centuries. These days though it’s the world class diving and stunning scenery that keeps visitors coming back year after year. Whether you use us as your base from which to explore thirty or more close dive sites; the place to start your adventures and become certified; your door to Nitrox, technical diving or Rebreather adventures; or as the place to start a career in diving we have it all.

Buceo Anilao Resort

Misool is a private island resort, 165km (105 miles) away from the nearest port and one hour by speedboat from the nearest village. Misool is a true tropical hideaway as it is just a stone’s throw south of the equator. They are surrounded by the richest reefs in the world, at the very heart of marine biodiversity – there simply are no richer reefs on earth. Their accommodations have been meticulously designed for comfort, privacy and sustainability.

Magic Island Dive Resort

Magic Island Dive Resort Moalboal is located between palm trees on the west coast of Cebu Island, oversee the mountains of Cebu, and the town center and Panagsama (the main touristic area) and offers a nice quite location to relax. Situated right on the rocky coast line giving perfect access to the amazing house reef, drop off down to 50m, sporting an array of marine creatures from mandarin fish, nudibranch, giant green sea turtles, frogfish, pygmy sea hours and unspoiled coral reefs. With 10 individual cottages with private balconies. They are actually one of the not so many dive resorts who are allowed to offer their guests a 2 tank dive and/or a 2 snorkel session the whale sharks in Oslob. Offering day trips to waterfalls, hire a motorcycle to roam around and visit the local market or long white beaches in the neighborhood.

Magic Oceans Dive Resort

Magic Oceans Dive Resort in Anda, the pearl of the super green island of Bohol. Far away from the busy touristic areas make your stay more peaceful and enjoyable. The resort is on the seaside surrounded by steep rocky wall, jungle and tropical fruit nursery. There are 16 bungalows hidden in lush green surroundings of palm trees, hibiscus, jasmine and other tropical flowers. There are 17 kilometers of coastline to explore underwater, with a mix of walls, sandy slopes and sandy bottom muck diving to suit all diving needs. With a fabulous house reef teeming with life that is great for both divers and snorkelers. There are a big choice of day trips that cater to both sightseer and adventurer.

Solitude Acacia Resort

Solitude Acacia Resort is designed in an elegant modern aesthetic; yet does not impose upon the beautiful nature in and around the resort. Between their botanical, air-conditioned restaurant, their al fresco balcony or the dive bar, there is no better place to take in the sunset while relaxing with inexpertly made refreshment. All rooms are spacious and perfect for some much needed rest and relaxation. From underwater photographer & technical divers to complete beginners their highly trained dive team can cater to all levels of diver.

Solitude One

Solitude One is a true ocean going liveaboard, which makes her the ideal boat for cruising the Philippines on the search for pelagic in Tubbataha. She also runs seasonal itineraries in Malapascua and Donsol, famed for thresher sharks and whale sharks. Solitude One is a steel hull ship that is 171 feet in length. She can accommodate up to 22 guests in 3 master staterooms, 6 deluxe cabins and one quad/family cabin. All cabins and staterooms have en-suite shower (hot & cold), A/C, hair dryers, bath/face towels.