Explore the Philippines underwater



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9 Responses to “Explore the Philippines underwater”

  1. Tina 16/09/2013 6:09 am

    Malapascua Island really looks like a paradise, with it’s crystal clear water and powdery sand. definitely a place to visit in the Philippines.

  2. Ariana 02/08/2013 4:03 am

    Wow! I’d love exploring this country and try some amazing adventures. A lot of fun activities needed to do in this country. This is a helpful post thank you!

  3. Spencer 23/06/2013 3:13 am

    I have been scuba diving in St Thomas but would love to go round the Philippines. I hear there are some excellent dive spots there and beyond that the country is supposed to be a lovely one to visit.

  4. Barbara 23/06/2013 12:41 am

    We are looking forward to diving in the Philippines and your post has definitely intrigued us! Thanks for sharing!

  5. Keith Jenkins 21/06/2013 10:58 am

    Hi Valerie,
    Thanks for adding your tip. :-)


  6. Valerie 21/06/2013 6:27 am

    Just to add, Anilao in Batangas is a top diving site. Not that far from Manila.

    Thanks for featuring Philippines!

  7. Keith Jenkins 20/06/2013 5:22 pm

    Glad you enjoyed the post Scott! :-)


  8. Scott 20/06/2013 3:26 pm

    I love the ocean and have always wanted to go to the Philippines to to go snorkeling and diving because I’ve heard its a really great place to experience sea life. Thanks for the post and pictures.


  1. The Radar: Travel Lately – Intelligent Travel - 26/06/2013

    [...] The Philippines may be known for its powdery beaches and azure waters, but a diver’s paradise — think shipwrecks and reefs teaming with marine life — is waiting to be discovered offshore. Check out this guide to some of the best diving spots in this island wonderland. @velvetescape  [...]

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