Even with the danger of wreck diving for the USS New York vessel in Subic Bay, Philippines, the trek down the deep waters is still a popular option that will be taken by many divers. However, it is best for certain divers to learn more about this sunken ship before venturing out into the deep.
Located two to four hours northwest of Manila the Subic Bay is a great escape from the busy city life. It boasts of historic dive sites from the Spanish Era and World War II. The breath-taking view of the mountain area carpeted by virgin forest and embraced by pristine sea waters encapsulates a self-renewing experience.
Enjoy Bohol at its finest. Take a plunge in the diving spots and get a chance to see rare and exotic sea creatures only Bohol has to offer.
The water surrounding Busuanga Island is the home of a number of shipwrecks of World War II. Black Island is a perfect place for wreck diving where a Japanese tanker sank. The wreck is now full of beautiful fish species and other marine life.
“Exotic” is not the overused word it has become when it comes to describing extreme marine biodiversity on Bohol Island in the Philippines. World Bank and United Nations reports have cited the rich diversity and international divers are quite taken by the near bargain prices for which exhilarating dives can be had.
Malapascua Island is an excellent site for diving. The elusive thresher sharks are found in Malapascua Island become the main attraction. The Gato Island, a nearby island, has a marine life sanctuary where diving for sea snakes and other marine life also becomes a great adventure.
Balicasag Island in the Philippines is the location of many world-class dive sites in the country. It offers many unique and thrilling experiences for local and foreign divers, making it a favorite in the country.
Other than its beautiful beaches, Puerto Galera offers a wonderful underwater experience. The place has lots of shipwrecks and marine life. Puerto Galera is perfect for beginners and advance divers from all over the world.
Anilao in Batangas has a must-see diving site for serious divers. Its various diving spots are prolific with amusing sea forms and life that will astound underwater photography.
The tranquility of Bohol’s diving sites makes it a remarkable vacation site for the weary, relaxing tourist and trekker. It is a must-see haven of endangered marine life and species for the ardent diver.