The journey starts from KLIA to Manila Airport. Another 2 hours of journey including lunch break, it bring us to a small town called Batangas. From Batangas, the boat ride to Puerto Galera is around an hour and we meet up with our friends who...More
Diving Puerto Galera
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Visited El Galleon with a diving group from Winnipeg, Canada. To date, this has been the highlight of my diving experiences. From the Restaurant staff in the resort to the Dive Team on the platform...this place is TOP NOTCH and a MUST DIVE for your...More
Excellent biodiversity in good health (no coral bleaching) and 27 dive sites in close proximity to sabang. Do not expect the very big creatures (like sharks an mantas) but the trade of will be diverse corals, nudi branches, lion fishes, turtles, juvenile sweet lips puffers...More
I am a PADI Instructor; I actually started Scuba diving in Peurto Gallera. P;.G. Has some awesome dive sites to visit, huge amount of biodiversity too. This is a great destination to learn Scuba, as the sheltered bays have little to no currents, and pretty...More
Dive shops abound and offer you dives all around this area - and there are many Check what is available and costing as it depends on your budget. Small groups go out or you can have your own divemaster if one is free.
For serious divers, this is the place to go. Highly professional outfit for trips or training, They score over other dive operations by having a purpose built diving speedboat meaning most dive sites are 5 to 10 minutes away and you can be back on...More
You can find different levels dive sites around P.G. Island. Been here few times and dive masters there are very experienced and nice. Enjoyed it.
We dived with Teody for 3 days. His briefing is one of the most detailed that I have ever had. Since there was one very new and nervous diver in our group, Teody had taken very good care of her. Though some may think he...More
Right from the first minute of arriving at the Asia divers facility, I was suitably impressed.The staff, from the instructor/dive guides down to the guys who fill your tanks are second to none for their attentiveness to detail in making setting up, gear loading onto...More
The channel between Puerto Galera and Verde Island, known internationally as the Verde Island Passage, is “the center of the center of the world’s marine biodiversity” according to American scientists – making Puerto Galera’s underwater world a favorite amongst dive enthusiasts. Puerto Galera also has...More