Dive Safari and Liveaboard diving trips

A dive safari is a step up from a liveaboard, why subject yourself to being stuck on a boat for an entire vacation, instead you can visit several of the best dive sites in the region and either sleep on board, or better still in a resort each night.

Liveaboards may be your only option to visit diving areas such as Tubbataha reef, the Great Barrier Reef, Raja Ampat, The Similan Islands or the the Galapagos Islands, but if your goal is to explore the incredible coastlines around the 7100 + islands that make up the Philippines, you can afford a bit more comfort.

  • "What's up?" - Turtle in Moalboal, Cebu, Philippines by Bo Mancao
  • Scuba Diver on Dive Safari in the Philippines
  • Dive Safari boat in the Philippines: Enjoying the sunset at one of the islands

Every week between October and May you can join one of these incredible trips, they are suitable for all levels of diver and snorkeler. The trips are run as a Partnership between Easy Diving in Sipalay, Negros and Savedra Dive Center  in Moalboal, Cebu, you can choose to start your trip in either destination.

Our reservations team are here to help you book not just the safari, but all domestic travel within the Philippines, accommodation, diving, and non-diving activities. Just tell us what you need and we’ll take care of the rest.

If you would like to check out available dates check here, for some special offers take a look at this page.

What’s Included in the trip?

All trips include 6 days of diving, and five nights of accommodation, you can choose from a room in a resort, or to sleep onboard. We provide all meals, hot and cold drinks and snacks between dives. Naturally all dives are guided, and all tanks and weights. If you need equipment we can provide full sets and dive computers. For your safety and enjoyment dive computers and DSMB (aka safety sausage) are mandatory, we have these for rent or sale if needed.


Where do the trips go?

Starting from Moalboal we move up to coastline to Liloan, Santander, Sumilon, Balicasag, Panglao, Alona, Dumaguete, Dauin, Apo Island and finally Sipalay. When Starting from Sipalay the order is in reverse.

Anyone putting a bit of research into diving in the Philippines will have heard of most of, probably all, of these dive spots, they are all fantastic. Arguably the highlights of the trip are Apo Island, Balicasag and Sumilon, but all are not to be missed.

How to book a trip?

Easy, check the schedules page, tell us the trip number that you are interested in, and we’ll get back to you the same day to help you make your booking.

Extra information you might like to include is if you need our help booking domestic travel and transfers, if you need accommodation before and after the safari in Moalboal and Sipalay, dive equipment for the trip and your diving certification level and experience.

You can reach us via the contact page or by popping into the dive center in Panagsama or Sipalay