Last sailing of the Visayan Dive Safari for 2018

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  • Dive Safari boat in the Philippines: Enjoying the sunset at one of the islands

Last Visayan Dive Safari 2018

Each year our dive safaris travel weekly between Moalboal and Sipalay, this happens from October to May, after that the boats come out of the water for their annual maintenance and refits.

The last trip for 2018 is almost upon us, May 27th 2018 at 6AM the crew set off from Savedra Dive Center in Moalboal, bound for Easy Diving Resort in Sipalay. Along the way they will stop at some amazing dive sites including Liloan, Apo Island, Bohol (including Balicasag and Alona), Dumaguette (Including Duain) and Finally Sipalay.

  • "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

This is 6 days and 5 nights of action packed scuba diving, advanced divers will get the best out the trip, but we can also accommodate entry level divers, you must hold at least an open water certification.

Every day we aim to do 4 dives, on the last day we may be limited to 2-3 depending on how the weather affects the transfers from port to port. All meals, snacks and soft drinks are provided. After diving alcohol is available for an additional charge.

Each evening you have the option to stay in a beach resort, or on-board the boat itself, our crew will take care of transfering you and your luggage to your room. For a bit more trip information check here.

 

Special offer for 2018’s last voyage

We decided to give you an extra incentive to join this incredible trip, the usual price of 51,000 PHP has been reduced to 40,800 PHP, and we added an extra dive with the sardine ball in Moalboal, and an extra dive on the pristine reef in Sipalay.

Included in the offer is 6 days of diving, 5 nights of accommodation, meals, snacks and drinks for the 6 days. Excluded are transfers to and from embarkation and disembarkation, accommodation before and after, alcohol and additional food (room service) ordered at the resorts, dive equipment, and finally marine park fees (expect slight variations, estimated at 3000 PHP per person).

How to book a trip?

Drop me a line at Lee@Savedra.com, let me know how many there are in your group, a bit about your dive experience and equipment needs. I can help you plan your complete trip from the moment you touch down in the Philippines.

About the Author:

General Manager of Savedra Dive center, PADI Course Director, Technical Instructor Trainer. A keen wreck and cave diver active on the island of Cebu in the Philippines.

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