Highlight for most people is Balicasag Island. Here you can find drop offs and steep slopes teeming with color. Schools of jacks and barracudas swarm around the island and many turtles can be seen. The reef around Panglao Island itself offers a variety of different underwater scenes and environments. Night dives are highly recommended. Occasionally Whale Sharks and manta rays are encountered.
Seaquest Dive Center is a PADI 5 star training center. Offering educational and fun PADI courses from beginner to PADI dive Assistant Instructor. Introduction dives are organized daily. 2 comfortable Big Bangka’s (local outrigger boats) are available to do day trips.
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SEAQUEST DIVE SAFARI
The Philippines is a wide stretched archipelago consisting of many big and small islands. Most of these islands are blessed with colorful reefs, beautiful beaches and friendly inhabitants. The Seaquest Dive Safaris combines some well-known dive islands all in one unforgettable trip. It's probably the best way to experience diving in the Philippines.
An authentic vessel, a local outrigger boat called a 'Bangka' serves as means of transportation. The Bangka will transfer you from location to a new location. Once there the boat serves as a dive platform. Arriving at a new location you will check into a comfortable beach resort there.
This is not a live-aboard, there is no sleeping on the boat. On dive-safari you sleep on land in a room with a bed - every night. Each new stop-over offers new scenery and different display of fish and reef-critters.
If you love to dive and you like a bit of adventure? Dive safari is an efficient way to see some different places and do some excellent diving. If you have more time, consider combining the dive safari with one of our other locations Oasis Resort & Sumisid Lodge
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