Philippine Siren Liveaboard 11 night/10 day Charter to Malapsacua and Visayas
July 14-24, 2022
The Philippines comprise over 7,600 islands, surrounded by deep blue seas that contain some of the richest marine life on earth. Considered by many to be the apex of the Coral Triangle, scuba diving in the Philippines offers a wide variety of marine environments to choose from.
Whether it’s dives on steep walls and offshore pinnacles, critter hunting in coastal reefs, the sardine run, or the opportunity to get up close to the world’s largest fish – the whale shark, the Philippines will whet the appetite of even the most seasoned diver.
- You must have six months left on your passport to do this trip.
- You must also have DAN or other travel insurance. I have DAN and I am alive today because it works.
- You must have trip insurance. Get the best you can get and hope it's money well spent that the trip goes off without a hitch. As hard as I try to make things go smooth there are things that happen beyond my control. Obviously, there is the pandemic, but there is a chance Tonga could close its borders, A tsunami comes, the boat sinks or breaks, you get sick prior to the trip, you break your leg before the trip, or something else. This way you are covered. I have been doing these trips a long time and have seen a lot both things. Insurance is the best way to protect yourself.
- You will likely need a test I order to travel
- you will need a vaccination card to enter the Philippines