Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park is the most remote and pristine reef in the Philippines. It is only accessible by liveaboard, and this UNESCO World Heritage Site hosts some of the richest biodiversity in the world. It boasts 360 species of corals, 13 species of dolphins and whales, 11 species of sharks, and countless fantastic critters! With only nine liveaboards holding a permit to go to Tubbataha, these spots are highly sought after and sell out quickly, so plan your trip early. We love the super friendly team of this liveaboard and their professionalism.
The dive operator is in the board of SeaSave NGO, which goes to the United Nations and other global bodies to effect international change. The liveaboard is also committed to aiding local communities by providing essential supplies to those in need - food, educational materials, pharmaceutical necessities, and other commodities, which they deliver to remote areas. Single-use plastics are prohibited in Tubbataha per local regulations.
For advanced divers who like big and small. Divers are required to have a minimum of 40 logged dives, and have experience with currents. If you have the experience but not the certification, you can do the Advanced Open Water course on board - just ask us.