DIVE SITES

Apo Island is famous for its stunning soft and hard corals, great visibility and abundant marine life. Turtles can be seen on every dive. And if you are lucky you may get the chance to encounter a large marine pelagic like a manta ray.

Day trips to Apo Island are always great fun and suitable for both snorkelers and divers. There are different dive sites around Apo Island which vary in difficulty. Many are suitable for open water divers, but for those with more experience there are some rather exciting drift dives available.

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Siquijor Island is more renowned for its association with ‘white magic & witch craft’. However the island also has some stunning wall dives. Only 50 minutes from Liquid this is another great day trip that offers something a little bit different. All the dive sites are drop offs and walls. So for those more experienced divers who enjoy the rush of a deep dive then this area is perfect for you.

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Dauin Coast offers world class muck diving, plus some stunning coral reefs. The region offers an abundance of fish life including turtles and sea snakes. If you have a wish list of weird and wonderful critters then Dauin Coast is a must dive destination. Suitable for open water to divemaster and especially popular with underwater photographers. This area has over 15 different dive sites which will keep all levels of divers happy.

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Sumilon Island is a privately owned piece of paradise about 1 hour from Liquid. Stunning coral reefs, gentle slopping walls and a few steep drop offs make this an ideal day trip for all levels of divers. From beginners to divemasters there is a little something for everyone. It is also a great day trip for snorkelers and one of the best things about this region is the chance of a whale shark encounter.

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Diving in the Philippines is becoming more and more popular.

We are very lucky here at Liquid to be able to offer you an array of different dive sites, offering a variety of marine life. And all within a 2 minute to 1 and a half hour boat ride.