Dives around Borocay and Carabo Island include Yapak where sightings of Grey Reef Sharks, Whitetip Reef Sharks, Hammerhead Sharks, Manta Rays and Eagle Rays are all possible. Maniquin Island is a truly wonderful dive location and caters to all divers whether into large pelagic such as shark and Manta Rays or soft and hard corals, and fish life of all types. Apo Reef a UNESCO world heritage site is by many considered among the best diving in the Philippines. The whole North East side of Apo Reef consists of drop off's and overhangs where Whitetip and Grey Reef Sharks, turtles, barracuda and shoals of snapper are common. There is a turtle sanctuary on Apo island. The Japanese World War II wrecks around Busuanga Island, particularly in Coron Bay, have been one of the Philippine diving best kept secrets. Twelve wrecks have so far been located in diveable depths and we shall dive many of them.
* International Airfare and Domestic Airfare to Boracay Not Included
* Fly to Borocay via Kalibo or Caiclan from the Manila Domestic Airport with Philippine Airlines, Cebu Pacific and Air Philippines. From Kalibo Airport you need to catch a bus (right outside the airport) to the pier in Caticlan which takes approx 1.5 hours. Pacific Air and Asian Spirit fly direct to Caticlan Airport which is a 15 minute drive to the pier. From the pier you take a ferry taking 30 mins over to Borocay.
* Full meals, Dives and Equipment are included as standard
Offer Availability: November to January