Dive Safaris in the Philippines
Are your ready for some Dive Safaris Adventure? Join our Dive Safaris in the Philippines and experience a new way to explore multiple dive sites around the country. On board of one of Fun & Sun’s comfortable banca boats, you will be part of a Diving Expedition to some, most often, remote location in the Philippines. The nights can be spent on land, in selected resorts or even on the beach or on our boat for the real adventurers (that is if you would like to experience camping at sea).
With a compressor on board, we will have the flexibility to dive anytime and anywhere. Dives are unlimited! With dive guides that have excellent knowledge of the dive sites, we will dive in locations we ourselves have never visited before. This is what we call our Exploration Dives. The duration of a dive safari in the Philippines ranges between 4 to 12 days and depends on sea conditions and guests’ desire.
With our Safaris, you can enjoy the combined comfort of the safari boats and resorts. No repacking of equipment between the transfers from one destination to the other. Your diving equipment will stay the whole time on your assigned boat. Enjoy the comfort of a big room, spa services or relax along the beaches in our selected resorts after a long day of diving.
Below are some of the Fun & Sun current routes (more to come). For more information, do contact us via our form or at [email protected]
We still have availabilities for the following Safaris:
Northern Safari : Malapascua, Camotes & Leyte :
- April 19 to 29, 2020
- May 17 to 27, 2020
- October 5 to 15, 2020
- November 16 to 26, 2020
- January 21 to 31, 2021
- February 22 to March 4, 2021
- March 26 to April 5, 2021
- April 26 to May 6, 2021
Southern Safari : Cabilao, Balicasag & Dauin :
- Feb 2 to 12, 2020
- March 8 to 18, 2020
- May 3 to 13, 2020
- October 26 to November 5, 2020
- December 3 to 13, 2020
- February 8 to 18, 2021
- March 8 to 18, 2021
- April 12 to 22, 2021
- May 16 to 26, 2021
Northern Cebu & Southern LeyteMalapascua, Camotes & Southern Leyte
This Safari covers a lot of beautiful places. You will start with a nice boat ride to Malapascua, with a 1st dive in the islet of Capitancillo. After a few days diving with the amazing richness of the sea life of Malapascua, Thresher sharks included, the route continues in direction of Camotes Islands. The Safari will then bring you to Sogod Bay (Southern Leyte), where you will discover some really remote dive sites. Between the month of October and April, there are also frequent sightings of whale sharks. Don’t forget to check out Limasawa Island, where the first Mass was held back in 1521.
Length of Safari: 11 days
Southern CebuCabilao, Balicasag, Apo Island & Dauin
There are several world class dives sites on that route starting with Cabilao Island. Next leg will bring you to Balicasag Island before heading to Dauin and Apo Island area. You will enjoy a fantastic mix of marine life including stunning critters on this Dive Safari. Many turtles along the route!
Length of Safari: 11 days.
Malapascua - Camotes Islands
Departing from Mactan, the first dive site will be Capitancillo Islet, off the town of Bogo, before proceeding to Malapascua Island. Next destination will be Camotes Island, with a stop in Kalanggaman along the ways. Cuatro Islas might be visited before heading back to Mactan.
Length of Safari : 4-6 days.
This route will bring you to Sogod Bay where you will discover some really remote dive sites. Between the month of October and April, there are also frequent sightings of whale sharks. Don’t forget to check out Limasawa Island, where the first Mass was held back in 1521.
Length of Safari: 4-6 days.
Coron and Northern Busuanga
Expect the unexpected on this route in the north of the Philippines. You will start with 4 days of wrecks diving in the bay of Coron. Then we will try to encounter wild dugongs in the northern part of Busuanga.
Length of Safari: 10-12 days.
Looking for something individual for your Dive Club, Group, Team, Friends?
Want to have an all inclusive package?
Want to enjoy the luxury of a resort and spending your days diving?
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