Swim, dive, or snorkel – enjoy unlimited activities you can think of in the Philippines' underwater scene. Fun is definitely a guaranteed memorable experience.
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With over 7,000 islands, the Philippines’ diverse natural wonders make it a sought-after destination for all types of traveler. From adrenaline-junkies to adventure seekers just out exploring the world, discover the multitude of water activities that await you in the Philippines.
Palawan, Cebu, Batangas
Anticipate the best memories of your entire dive life by exploring the breathtaking underwater scene of the Philippines. Marine biodiversity? Head to Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park in Puerto Princesa, Palawan. Wreck dives? Go to Coron, Palawan. Muck diving or blackwater diving? Drive to Anilao, Batangas. Shark enthusiast? See thresher sharks at the Monad Shoal in Malapascua Island or the whale sharks in Donsol, Sorsogon. Meanwhile, you can just free dive or snorkel to witness the world-renowned Sardine Run in Moalboal, Cebu.
Siargao, Baler, La Union
Surfers of all levels flock to Siargao Island for its world-famous Cloud 9, ride plenty of lefts and rights in Baler, or go for consistent quality surf with swells that can reach up to 3 meters in San Juan, La Union.
Discover the Philippines’ Secret Paradise in Caramoan Islands, which remain beautifully unspoiled and unexploited. Get loads of your vitamin sea supplement while hopping each island which boasts of white sand, lagoons, caves and rugged limestone cliffs.
Cagayan de Oro
Feel the rush of adrenaline with a wet and wild whitewater rafting adventure in Cagayan De Oro. Take on a thrilling three-hour course of rapids with varying grades to suit beginners and experts. Definitely a must-try Philippine adventure with your family and friends.
Kawasan Falls in Badian, Cebu
Experience the adventure of a lifetime with canyoneering in Cebu. Take a leap off cliffs as high as 30 feet, swim the rapids or enjoy the lush scenery as you float through the canyon. Whether it’s your first time canyoneering or not, extreme fun is definitely guaranteed!
Exhilarating adventures are not just plenty; your health and safety remain a top priority in this country too. The Philippines is a recipient of the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) Safe Travels Stamp! As a globally recognized ‘safe travels’ destination, traveling to the Philippines can be safe and fun in the new normal.
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