Discovery Flat takes you in search of world famous dive sites
M.ANILA, Philippines – The Philippines recently took central stage at the 2020 Marine Diving Awards in Tokyo, winning the Best Overseas Diving Award. Readers of Marine Diving Magazine, Japan’s leading scuba diving magazine, voted 800 out of a total of 3,572 votes in favor of Philippine diving.
Of the thousands of diving locations in the Philippines, the magazine notes that the country is one of the most popular in some parts of the world, including Cebu, Bohl, Mulbol and Boswanga. Other unusual diving sites include the Apo Reef Natural Park, the world’s second largest integrated reef system, and Yakui’s only marine Asian World Heritage Site, Tobhatha.
Diving locations in the Philippines are known for their vibrancy and variety, which gives explorers plenty of options. Many experienced divers across the country also make sure that passengers of different skill or depth certification levels have something to enjoy.
Discovery Flat Corporation, in particular, offers a range of diver experiments for diverse interests. The company has two main routes, Cebu-Malapaska-Vesias and Apo Reef-Coron. Ships travel to some of the world’s most sought-after destinations and allow divers to see marine life, underwater landscapes and historical debris.
The Discovery Family manages the Club Paradise Diver, an indoor dive at the award-winning private island resort of Club Paradise in Corona, Palwan.
As the world slowly awaits new adventures, divers do not have to travel far from home for unique experiences. Discover the best diving places in the Philippines under the sea waiting for the thrilling underwater!
Visit www.discoveryfleet.com and www.clubparadisepalawan.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org for routes and travel schedules.
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