Snorkeling with Whale Sharks Philippines

Snorkeling with Whale Sharks is full day trip witch depards at 5am from Cebu to Oslob City in Philippines. Then our bus will get you to Tan-awan – the place where you can see many tourists diving with the whale sharks.

To swim with the sharks you will be provided with snorkeling equipment. Please note that there are some rules implemented by the local government like not touching sharks or feeding them. Before you wil get into the water the guide will give you an instructions.

After snorkeling with sharks you will discover another beauty of the nature – Tumalog Falls. It’s another must see place in Philippines. Tumalog Falls have some kind of small-umbrellas after which cascade of cold and fresh water falls down.

Another place you will see at this trip are Aguinid Falls. Make sure you waterproof all your belongings as well. The Falls are made up of five levels and you will get wet once you are climbing the limestone walls of each level to the next falls.

 

 

Diving on the Great Barrier Reef

The Great Barrier Reef, otherwise known as the Great Barrier Reef is located near australian north east coast.  The reef is big enough to see it from outer space. It is 260 kilometers long and is the largest concentration of coral, fish and other plant and animal in the world. In 1981 it was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and for many years has been a dream destination for thousands of divers from all over the world. There live about 1500 species of fish, 5 thousand varieties of molluscs, 10 thousand sponges and 400 kinds of corals.

Important diving sites on the Great Barrier Reef and the Coral Sea include:

  1. Whitsundays Islands – Located in the middle of the Great Barrier Reef archipelago of 74 islands. They are called “paradise on the earth” because of the white beaches and tropical vegetation. There are also dive boats from the islands, where there is a chance to see endangered sea cows. You can also dive on the islands at night.
  2. Code Hole – At this place you can admire the incredible formations of underwater rocks, potato sharks, hard coral colonies. Interestingly, there are grains that dives can feed on the previously mixed potato and other vegetables.
  3. Snake Pit – Ribbon Reefs – Here it flows to see green turtles, reef sharks, and above all sea snakes.

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