Charm in the Malay archipielago.

The transition route in the Mar de Sulú is specially designed for, in a single trip, to dive in the most outstanding points of the Philippines: Visayas and Tubbataha Reef. A single transitional cruise in March, departure from Cebu to the southwest of Visayas visiting the main dive sites; Bohol, Apo Island, Archipelago of Cagayas, Tubbataha reef North and South, ending in Puerto Princesa, Palawan. The route offers us an exciting and varied dive for islands and archipelagos only accessible in life cruise on board. In June, the route is done in the opposite direction.

Itinerario

Day 1: Flight to Cebu
Overnight on board.

Day 2: Cebu- embark
Upon arrival at Cebu airport,meet and transfer to embark. Allocate cabins and briefing.

Day 3: Balicasag
The Balicasag island, in fornt of Bohol is a marine sanctuary of clear waters permanently visited by dolphins and where whale sharks are common sightings. Walls of gorgonians, corals, schools of barracudas, turtles and large pelagic.

Day 4: Apo Island
Located southeast of the Negros island , it is one of the main dive sites in the Philippines, with some of the best dives in the world for the sighting of strange creatures. In addition to large groups of pelagic, barracudas, tuna, concentrations of white and black sharks. In some areas of Apo Island the currents can be strong, ideal for drifting dives.

Day 5: Cagayan Archipelago
A group of small islands located in the center of the Sulu Sea. The dives are done at dawn on the small island of Boombog for the encounter with sharks and turtles in its extraordinary reef. In Sunken Garden, we find intact coral gardens, barracuda hunting, sharks and schools of catfish.

Day 6: Jessie Beazley
Reef located to the Northwest of Tubbataha, offers us dives with hammer, silk and gray sharks. The current can be strong attracting large pelagic and whale shark.

Day 7: Tubbataha, South reef
The best dive sites in the Philippines; two intact and protected reefs characterized by schools of hammerheads, gray sharks, white tips, schools of catfish and also whale sharks.

Day 8: Tubbataha, North reef and Malayan wreck
Dives equally characterized by the presence of sharks and nocturnal in the Malayan wreck.

Day 9: Puerto Princesa
After breakfast, disembark and transfer to the hotel. Rest of the day free to enjoy in Puerto Princesa.

Day 10: Puerto Princesa- Airport
After breakfast, transfer to the aiport to take the international flight.

Day 11: Arrival
Arrival at home city.

Incluye

3 - 4 daily dives, including 1 night dive, except first and last day.
Airport and transfer assistance.
Coffee, tea, fruit juices, other non-alcoholic beverages.

No Incluye

Alcoholic drinks
Tickets parks / monuments, payment in destination.
Diving equipment
Extra night of hotel if necessary for air connection.
Dive insurance, hyperbaric treatment and repatriation (mandatory).
Multiasistance insurance and cancellation, optional.
International flights

Info - Paises

Clima - Estacionalidad

Month
Jan 30ºC 24ºC 27ºC 93% 24% 67ml 21kmh
Feb 31ºC 24ºC 27ºC 93% 19% 50ml 21kmh
Mar 33ºC 24ºC 28ºC 93% 16% 42ml 19kmh
Apr 33ºC 25ºC 28ºC 93% 17% 47ml 16kmh
May 33ºC 25ºC 29ºC 93% 28% 84ml 12kmh
Jun 31ºC 25ºC 29ºC 93% 45% 145ml 11kmh
Jul 31ºC 25ºC 29ºC 93% 49% 164ml 13kmh
Aug 31ºC 25ºC 29ºC 93% 45% 146ml 14kmh
Sep 31ºC 25ºC 29ºC 93% 45% 143ml 13kmh
Oct 31ºC 24ºC 29ºC 93% 47% 148ml 13kmh
Nov 31ºC 24ºC 29ºC 93% 39% 124ml 15kmh
Dec 30ºC 24ºC 28ºC 93% 31% 92ml 18kmh
Month
Jan 30ºC 24ºC 28ºC 92% 12% 33ml 24kmh
Feb 31ºC 24ºC 27ºC 92% 7% 18ml 22kmh
Mar 31ºC 25ºC 29ºC 92% 6% 18ml 18kmh
Apr 32ºC 26ºC 30ºC 92% 14% 38ml 14kmh
May 32ºC 26ºC 30ºC 92% 32% 87ml 12kmh
Jun 31ºC 25ºC 29ºC 92% 53% 137ml 13kmh
Jul 31ºC 25ºC 29ºC 92% 59% 153ml 15kmh
Aug 31ºC 25ºC 29ºC 92% 59% 143ml 16kmh
Sep 31ºC 25ºC 29ºC 92% 55% 140ml 14kmh
Oct 31ºC 25ºC 29ºC 92% 55% 153ml 14kmh
Nov 31ºC 25ºC 29ºC 92% 47% 140ml 17kmh
Dec 30ºC 25ºC 28ºC 92% 26% 83ml 21kmh
Month
Jan 30ºC 24ºC 28ºC 92% 16% 44ml 23kmh
Feb 31ºC 24ºC 27ºC 92% 11% 29ml 22kmh
Mar 32ºC 25ºC 29ºC 92% 9% 26ml 18kmh
Apr 32ºC 26ºC 29ºC 92% 15% 41ml 15kmh
May 32ºC 26ºC 30ºC 92% 31% 86ml 12kmh
Jun 31ºC 25ºC 29ºC 92% 50% 140ml 12kmh
Jul 31ºC 25ºC 29ºC 92% 56% 157ml 14kmh
Aug 31ºC 25ºC 29ºC 92% 54% 144ml 15kmh
Sep 31ºC 25ºC 29ºC 92% 52% 141ml 14kmh
Oct 31ºC 25ºC 29ºC 92% 52% 151ml 14kmh
Nov 31ºC 25ºC 29ºC 92% 44% 135ml 16kmh
Dec 30ºC 25ºC 28ºC 92% 28% 86ml 20kmh
Month
Jan 30ºC 24ºC 28ºC 92% 12% 33ml 24kmh
Feb 31ºC 24ºC 27ºC 92% 7% 18ml 22kmh
Mar 31ºC 25ºC 29ºC 92% 6% 18ml 18kmh
Apr 32ºC 26ºC 30ºC 92% 14% 38ml 14kmh
May 32ºC 26ºC 30ºC 92% 32% 87ml 12kmh
Jun 31ºC 25ºC 29ºC 92% 53% 137ml 13kmh
Jul 31ºC 25ºC 29ºC 92% 59% 153ml 15kmh
Aug 31ºC 25ºC 29ºC 92% 59% 143ml 16kmh
Sep 31ºC 25ºC 29ºC 92% 55% 140ml 14kmh
Oct 31ºC 25ºC 29ºC 92% 55% 153ml 14kmh
Nov 31ºC 25ºC 29ºC 92% 47% 140ml 17kmh
Dec 30ºC 25ºC 28ºC 92% 26% 83ml 21kmh

Especies - Estacionalidad

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Mandarin fish
Spanish dancer
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Hawksbill turtle
Green Turtle
Barracuda
Tiger shark
Manta Ray
Hammerhead Shark
Mandarin fish
Spanish dancer

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