Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Philippines: Learn to Dive

...FOR FREE! (*)

A Summer Special not to miss, especially if you are looking to learn in warm tropical seas with plenty of colourful coral and fish and great hospitality.

Moalboal is a small town 55 miles  south west of Cebu City in the Visayas region of the Philippines. Once a fishing village, Panagsama Beach is now a popular dive area. With diving possible all year round, there are about 25 recognised dive sites and many more being discovered all the time.

The range of diving is excellent, with vertical walls, a cathedral like cave, healthy coral reefs and plenty of macro in the way of pygmy seahorses, ghost pipe fish and frogfish to keep everyone happy.

Pescador Island is a short boat ride away - it's here that you'll be mesmerised and enchanted by the resident sardine bait ball, a unique diving experience.

You want more? Well, Oslob is just down the road. Complete your course and if you have time, take a day trip here (local supplement) and you've got a very good chance of a whale shark encounter!

Learning to dive is an amazing experience, especially when it's free! (*)

Stay at Turtle Bay Dive Resort during September 2013 and your PADI or SSI Open Water Course is on the house. Of course, you will need to pay for the manual and your certification, but this is an opportunity not to be missed!

Summer Special - Learn to Dive for FREE! (*)
Learn to dive in warm clear tropical waters with amazing marine life for free. What more do we need to say?!

Depart UK:  11, 18 or 22 Sep 2013
Duration:     10 Days
Prices From: £1765 per person

Includes: return flights from the UK, 7-nights at Turtle Bay Dive Resort (FB), Full PADI or SSI Open Water Course, all tuition and equipment, transfers and a half day trip to Kawasan Falls. Based on two people travelling together.

(*) Excludes: PADI/SSI Manual, Registration (Certification Fee), Marine Park Fees (where applicable)

Learn to Dive - Book NOW!
Call the Dive Team on 0845 130 6980 or email us.

The Philippines have diving opportunities for all-from the wrecks of Sangat to the whale sharks of Sogod Bay. Learn more about creating your own adventure here.

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