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Reefs & Wrecks

Nov-May

Philippines

UD Rating – 4 Star

S/Y Philippine Siren

Choice of seasonal itineraries to remote diving destinations.

The Philippine Siren is takes 10 night trips to the more remote diving locations not easily accessible from resorts. With a choice of seasonal itineraries and a good full board basis you will not be disappointed one bit.

The S/Y Philippine Siren was built on the Indonesian Island of Sulawesi in 2008 offering year round trips to the Philippines. She has the same specifications as her sister boats, the S/Y Palau Siren and the S/Y Indo Siren. She was built by divers for divers ensuring every thought for the modern day diver was taken into account. The crew members aboard are friendly, fun, experienced and offer an attentive personal service making your trip a memorable one, they are also there to answer any questions or queries you may have regarding the boat or the itinerary.

The 8 large air conditioned cabins aboard are either fixed double or twin bedded however two of the cabins are flexible to suit the needs of guests. All cabins come with its own TV/DVD, en-suite bathrooms, reading lights, cupboards, safety box, hairdryer and towels. The spacious air conditioned lounge has a cocktail bar, TV and movie network, sofas and a library whilst the sun deck has cushioned loungers making both of these areas the perfect places to relax after a long day’s diving. The al fresco dining area is a comfortable place to sit offering a great setting to enjoy all your meals.

The S/Y Philippine Siren has specialised features aboard for keen photographers and videographers. The shaded dive deck offers designated areas for charging and preparing your camera and video equipment, individual stations and personal storage drawers. There are large rinse tanks with fresh water solely for camera and video equipment with an indoor work station provided for maintenance of cameras and equipment. Basic Aqua Lung scuba equipment is provided free of charge with sizing requests being made at the time of booking (BCD, regulator, 3mm wetsuit, mask, fins and SMB).

Double Cabin

The Philippine Siren offers 2 double cabins, all en suite with air conditioning as well as a wall fan.

  • Double bed
  • Bath and hand towels are included

Standard Twin Stateroom

The Philippine Siren has 6 twin cabins, all en suite with air conditioning as well as a wall fan. Two of these cabins can be adapted to double cabins if needed.

  • Twin beds
  • Amenities from bathrobes to a personal safe
  • Bath and hand towels included

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Route Options

The Visayas region is home to some of the best diving in the Philippines, with its nutrient rich water supporting a variety of eco-systems and a wide diversity of marine life.

This itinerary will take you to Cabilao Island which is home to some of the best diving in the Philippines particularly for sightings of hammerhead sharks. Apo Island is another exciting destination you will visit while aboard the S/Y Philippine Siren. Dumaguete on Negros Island allows possible sightings of frogfish, ornate ghost pipe fish as well as many other small critters. The Pier is a fantastic dive and offers the opportunity to see the beautiful mandarin fish. Olongo Island, Capitancillo Island and Mactan Island all offer the possibility of seeing hammerhead sharks and whale sharks.

The 40 metre S/Y Philippine Siren luxury diving liveaboard has 8 cabins are all situated forward of the engine room with 2 fixed double bed cabins located at the bow and 6 twin bed cabins throughout the remaining lower deck quarters. The outdoor dining area offers a superb setting for all your meals, with comfortable bench seating set in a semi-circular shape.

This pristine coral reef system showcases a variety of structures and is teeming with life, promising incredible dives!

The Tubbataha reef system covers 970 square km with 100 square km of pristine coral reefs supporting over 600 different fish and 300 coral species for divers to explore. These reefs consist of vertical walls and drop offs rising out of great depths where reef, grey, silky, hammerheads, tiger, thresher sharks and whale sharks can be seen. The shallow reef tops are teeming with colourful reef fish as well as stingrays, spiny lobsters, manta rays and turtles.

The 40 metre S/Y Philippine Siren luxury diving liveaboard has 8 cabins are all situated forward of the engine room with 2 fixed double bed cabins located at the bow and 6 twin bed cabins throughout the remaining lower deck quarters. The outdoor dining area offers a superb setting for all your meals, with comfortable bench seating set in a semi-circular shape.

Combining the guaranteed thresher sightings at Malapascua and the delights of the Visayas, an incredible adventure is waiting!

One the many dive sites visited on this itinerary is Monad Shoal - one of the few dive spots in the World where the shy pelagic thresher sharks may be seen on a daily basis. Gato Island is a Marine Reserve and sea snake sanctuary and provides a diverse range of marine life; cuttlefish can be seen performing their mating rituals whilst plethora of macro critters cover the sea floor. Malapascua Wrecks are a haven for marble and blue spotted stingrays and home to schools of sweetlips. These are just a few of the many amazing sites visited on this route.

The 40 metre S/Y Philippine Siren luxury diving liveaboard has 8 cabins are all situated forward of the engine room with 2 fixed double bed cabins located at the bow and 6 twin bed cabins throughout the remaining lower deck quarters. The outdoor dining area offers a superb setting for all your meals, with comfortable bench seating set in a semi-circular shape.

Gorgeous reefs and extraordinary marine life

The reefs of Tubbataha consist of vertical walls or near drop off's rising out of great depths where hammerheads, thresher sharks and whale sharks can be seen. The shallow reef tops are teeming with colourful reef fish whilst at many dive sites stingrays, spiny lobsters, immature manta rays and turtles are found. Dive sites include: Delsan Wreck, Black Rock, Washing Machine, North East Wall and Malayan Wreck.

Vessel Details

Year Built 2018
Guest Numbers 16
Length & Beam 40 meters long and 9.5 meter beam
Speed 8 to 10 knots
Engines Nissan V10500 HP
Generators 1 X 30KW and 2 X 60KW
Number of Cabins 8 large air conditioned cabins
Navigation & Communication Systems GPS 3, radar 2, VHF radio 2, sonar and satellite phone, life rafts and life jackets, fire extinguishers, smoke alarms and emergency long distance radios
Salon & Dining Area Spacious dining area with great settings to relax at the end of the day
Entertainment Shore excursions, snorkeling, kayaking and TV/DVD/CD players
Single Supplement 100%
Air Compressors 2 x bauer air compressors with cascade storage
NITROX Available free of charge to all NITROX qualified divers
Equipment Rental Essential scuba diving equipment free of charge
Medical Oxygen & First Aid 8 DAN oxygen system with 100% demand and Medic First Aid Kit available aboard
Dive Deck Large dive deck with facilities for underwater photographers and videographers
Torch Rental 5 Euro per person per day
Dive computer rental 5 Euro per person per day
Marine Park Fees Ffrom 90 to 155 Euro per person depending on route option

Available Experiences

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Marcelina

Friday, 06 December 2013

Fabulous Fiji by Marcelina Jesus on Sport Diver Magazine

Lured by the promise of world-class reefs and adrenaline-fueled shark encounters Marcelina Jesus ventures to the wild islands of Fiji.

Fabulous Fiji by Marcelina Jesus on Sport Diver Magazine

What Our Customers Have To Say

Reviews from our Clients, Journalists, Photo Pro's and our own Experts

Our reviews and blogs are an additional guide to evaluate of the holiday is exactley what you are looking for or not. Some love an Eco-Resort, some love air-con and a flat screen TV, we aim to ensure you get what you are looking for, at great value for money.

Philippines Siren

Marcelina at Ultimate diving has once again put together a great trip for us in the Philippines. The diving was first class and the whole experience was well organised and perfectly matched to our requirements. The diving was excellent and with a well-balanced itinerary covering muck, reef and wrecks and a guide attentive to our diving requirements. The Siren is superb and creates a very luxurious environment to live and dive from and provided a surprising variation of great food. A great trip, many thanks to Marcelina and to the crew of the Siren! Many thanks Marcelina, i looking forward to planning our next trip very soon!

David and Emma

7 Nights aboard the Philippines Siren followed by 4 nights in Singapore

Fabulous live aboard and flawless organisation by Marcelina – everything went according to plans and no issues. Diving was very good, not crew extremely helpful and cabin amazing

David R

Monad Shoal

The Visayas , Philippines

This dive spot is big sunken Island rising up from the ocean floor. It has spectacular overhangs and walls, disappearing into the endless deep blue ocean.

Big schools of tuna, jacks and barracudas can be seen here. Sharks are common in this area and more occasionally even hammerheads. Visibility can reach up to 100ft/30m. But one of the real special events in this area is the close encounter with the breath-taking Thresher Sharks that circle in front of you.

  • Min Dives: 9
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Advanced Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 200m

Dona Marilyn Wreck

The Visayas , Philippines

This is a big Manila/Cebu ferry that went down 1984 in a typhoon and is known as "The most beautiful wreck in the Visayas". The area is around 300ft/100m long ferry, lying on its portside and it can be entered safe in some areas. The wreck is partly overgrown with hard and beautiful colored soft corals. Scorpionfish, Lionfish and other tropical fish find already a place here. Big black spotted stingrays are usually around. The stern is bottoming at around 48ft/16m

  • Min Dives: 9
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Advanced Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 35m

Pescador Island

The Visayas , Philippines

Located southwest of Tongo Point in the Tanon Strait, this is the best diving area of Cebu. Pescador Island is an open top funnel that bottoms out. It also has a wall that overhangs cracks and crevices with gorgonian sea fans, black coral, large barrel and tube sponges. The fish life includes just about everything: sweet lips, jacks, barracuda, Napoleon Wrasse, Moorish idols, parrotfish, White tip and Grey Reef Shark, lionfish, Zebra Lionfish, scorpion fish, stonefish, moray eels, sea snakes, Hammerhead sharks, Manta Rays and Spanish Dancer nudibranchs.

  • Min Dives: 9
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Advanced Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 50m

Jessie Beazley

Palawan & Tubbataha, Philippines

The Jessie Beazley Reef is situated about 20km North West of North Tubbataha. This small reef is only half a kilometre in diameter yet offers some striking diving. It is not protected as a Marine Park, so fishing is still allowed.

The reef slopes to between 7 and 12 metres finishing at a wall that drops off to over 50m. The shallows are covered with corals that support a huge and diverse population of reef fish. White tip and black tip reef sharks are common as are tuna, groupers, barracuda and mackerel. Hammerhead, mako and thresher sharks also occasionally venture into these waters.

  • Min Dives: 9
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Advanced Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 50m

Bird Island

Palawan & Tubbataha, Philippines

The Bird Island is situated on the north face of the north atoll; the wall starts in 5 and 8 metres of water. Small manta rays, lagoon and eagle rays, together with flounders and turtles have all been seen around these parts. The wall has huge gorgonians, barrel sponges and soft corals. Black tip, white tip and grey reef sharks can normally be seen as well snappers, surgeonfish, groupers, Moorish idols and jacks. Large manta rays are common and pelagics are here all the time. The wall itself drops sharply to depths that are normally unreachable. Currents are changeable and can sometimes be fierce, so it's not a good idea to dive in bad conditions.

  • Min Dives: 4
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth:

East Face - North Island

Palawan & Tubbataha, Philippines

The whole stretch of this face is excellent for diving. Currents can be changeable and violent, so exploration is not always possible. The best time to dive here is at dusk when the fish are feeding.

The dive starts from 15-25m along a sandy bottom covered with corals and descends to greater depths for the advanced diver. Almost every type of native reef fish can be found here, the list is endless, but includes damselfish, angelfish, lionfish and scorpion fish. Sea cucumbers, nudibranches and crinoids are everywhere.

  • Min Dives: 9
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Advanced Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 70m

Amos Rock

Palawan & Tubbataha, Philippines

This site is found on the south side of the north Island. It starts on a gentle slope that is covered in corals and ends with a wall covered in gorgonian fans and whip corals. Here divers will come across a wide variety of large fish, including mackerel, snapper and large groupers. You're also certain to see white tip and gray reef sharks that inhabit these waters in large numbers. Other fish that can be seen include Moorish idols, angelfish, surgeonfish and fusiliers.

  • Min Dives: 9
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Advanced Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 70m

North Face - South Island

Palawan & Tubbataha, Philippines

The sites around this face are normally calm, but currents can become violent and diving is not advisable during these times. There is a gentle incline from 10 to 20 metres to begin, leading to a steep drop-off that is excellent for sport divers. The area is particularly renowned for Green and Hawksbill turtles that are commonly seen swimming around the edge of the reef or resting. There are plenty of schools of reef fish and larger pelagics including mackerel and barracuda can be seen. White tip reef sharks, together with manta and eagle rays occasionally come into these waters.

  • Min Dives: 9
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Advanced Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 70m

East Face - South Island

Palawan & Tubbataha, Philippines

Leaning down gently to 24m, the reef ends at a wall that stretches north for 12km. The reef is undulating and home to a wide variety of angelfish, groupers, parrotfish and butterfly fish.

Lying partly submerged and right on the edge of the drop-off is the Delsan wreck. The wall is vertical and Moorish idols, surgeons and triggerfish are among the many different types of schooling that can be seen here.

  • Min Dives: 9
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Advanced Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 70m

Light House

Palawan & Tubbataha, Philippines

The area around here is also known as The Lighthouse due the location of one right on the southern tip.

Diving here is very similar to the north face of the southern Islaned, but there is a larger area of shallow reef top. Heredivers will have the opportunity to see small reef fish, corals, sponges and anemones. Also common are blue-spotted lagoon rays, sea cucumbers and sea stars. Close to the lighthouse itself, turtles are common as they are attracted by the sea grass that grows there.

  • Min Dives: 9
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Advanced Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 70m

Malayan Wreck

Palawan & Tubbataha, Philippines

Here divers can see the remains of a Malayian ship that stranded here from the mooring place. The current on the corners can be strong and therefore lots of fish will hang around there. Here you will have the opportunity to see large groups of dogtooth tuna and even an eagle ray, moray eels, angelfishes, butterfly fishes and other smaller reef fish as well as some lobsters, starfish and flatworms.

  • Min Dives: 4
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth:

Black Rock

Palawan & Tubbataha, Philippines

The Black Rock is located north east of the south island. The vertical wall is not covered with much corals. Here divers will have the opportunity to see some sharks patrolling, mostly white tip reef sharks, Napoleon wrasses and manta ray on the reef top.

  • Min Dives: 4
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth:

Panagsama Beach

The Visayas , Philippines

The Panagsama Beach has a depth of 3 to 40 meters and visibility of 15 to 25 meters. This is an excellent dive site for beginners and for the divers who love small things. You start the dive at 15 meters and slowly ascent to 10 meters. The chances of seeing a school of sardines being chased by tuna fish is high. There is always a chance that a whale shark will pass by.

  • Min Dives: 4
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 40m

Apo Island

Palawan & Tubbataha, Philippines

Apo Island offers a number of sites. The whole Northeast side of Apo Reef consists of drop-offs and overhangs where white tip reef and grey reef sharks, turtles, barracuda and shoals of snapper can be found. The reef is covered with table corals, stag horn corals, porites corals, fire corals and a variety of soft corals. The remainder of Apo Reef have steep walls with strong currents that attract pelagic such as hammerhead sharks and manta rays.

  • Min Dives:
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Advanced Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 30m

Cabilao Island

The Visayas , Philippines

Cabilao Island is located to the south west of Pangangan Island in the Bohol Strait and has a great diversity of dive sites that suit divers of different skills and expertise. More than 800 species of underwater life such as corals, shells of different sizes, sea snakes, barracudas, large groupers, napoleon wrasses and snappers inhabit the dive sites. Also it is home to hammerhead sharks in deeper waters more suited for the experienced diver.

  • Min Dives:
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Advanced Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 100m

Pamilacan Island

The Visayas , Philippines

The Pamilacan dive site is a slope dive and not very good for snorkelling because it is too deep with sandy parts in the shallow side. The reef slopes are rich with coral heads, soft corals and even coral strings. Fishes that can be sighted here are the delicate sea whip, schools of napoleon wrasse, barracudas, batfish and an occasional manta ray.

  • Min Dives:
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Advanced Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 35m

Tonga Point

The Visayas , Philippines

Tonga Point has a maximum diving depth of around 35 meters and is suitable for all divers. The average visibility is between 10 to 20 meters and access to the dive site is by boat. Here you will have the opportunity to see dome prolific fish and corals in excellent condition.

  • Min Dives:
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Advanced Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 35m

Delsan Wreck

Palawan & Tubbataha, Philippines

Laying in of water, this wreckage attracts schools of snappers & sweetlips, as well as eagle rays and plenty of sharks. White tips, black tips and grey reef sharks can all be seen feeding here. Turtles are common visitors and there are plenty of molluscs and crustaceans to entertain macro lovers around the wreckage and along the wall. During our trips we often dive here twice as the marine life is simply fantastic.

  • Min Dives: 6
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 18

Washing Machine

Palawan & Tubbataha, Philippines

The reef slopes then drops into the abyss, not for the feint hearted, Washing machine is known for its strong and sometimes unpredictable currents, however with them come the sharks and manta rays. Grey reef and white tips are amongst the common sightings and the occasional hammerhead is know to cruise by and the mantas make diving in currents look easy and graceful! Expect also to see large Napoleon wrasse, pickhandle barracuda, jacks and dogtooth tuna.

  • Min Dives: 6
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 18

The Cars

The Visayas , Philippines

The dark sand slope leads down to two sunken volkswagens- covered with corals and sponges and home to schooling lionfish. The cars are just one feature of the site however, as over the slope we also find microscopic frogfish, skeleton shrimps, cockatoo waspfish, pipe horses, seahorses and mimic and blue-ring octopus, flying gurnards, spiny devilfish, robust and ornate ghost pipefish gathered together in groups (sometimes 5-7 at a one time!) and flambouyant cuttlefish. A true macro critter playground.

  • Min Dives: 6
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 18

Diver's Heaven

The Visayas , Philippines

Typically with stronger currents than most dives during the trip, Diver’s Heaven is a character site of Balicasag with a steep reef wall, many overhangs with soft corals, sponges & sea fans. Schools of jacks and chevron barracuda are frequently seen, along with pyramid butterfly fish and bannerfish. Warty frogfish, leaf fish and porcelain crabs are just a few of the smaller creatures that can be found at this dive site.

  • Min Dives: 6
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 18

Black Forest, Balicasag Island

The Visayas , Philippines

Once famed for its black coral is where we encounter schools of jacks, meanwhile leaf fish are often seen resting on the rough coral ledges. Turtles are a common sight in the shallow sea grass garden- a perfect place for your safety stop.

  • Min Dives: 6
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 18

Cambiquiz

The Visayas , Philippines

This is where octopus, crocodile fish and other tropic fish and crustaceans can be seen. A superb spot day or night.

  • Min Dives: 6
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 18

San Miguel

The Visayas , Philippines

Another critter wonderland! Painted frogfish, varieties of ghost pipefish, cockatoo waspfish are just a few of the most commonly seen species and on occasion we see up to 4 flambouyant cuttlefish in one dive!! During night dives coconut octopus can be seen creeping about with their shells and bobtail squid quickly scurry under the sand.

  • Min Dives: 6
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 18

Coconut Point

The Visayas , Philippines

An often fast paced drift brings divers over the sloping coral reef wall. Giant trevally, humphead parrotfish and marbled groupers are seen off the reef along with schools of banner fish. Turtles cruise effortlessly in the currents and nembrotha nudibranchs can be seen munching on tunicates.

  • Min Dives: 6
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 18

Rock Point

The Visayas , Philippines

Rock Point offers some of the most stunning hard corals to be found in the region. The steep reef walls support numerous colourful reef species – pyramid butterfly fish and red-toothed trigger fish are here in their hundreds, frogfish, cuttlefish, banded sea snakes and hawksbill turtles are amongst the common sightings.

  • Min Dives: 6
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 18

Aliwal Shoal

Durban, South Africa

Aliwal Shoal displays incredibly diverse marine life - a product of South Africa's unique location at a convergence of three oceans. This enables the Shoal to accommodate both tropical and temperate species.

There are a variety of dives sites that can be experienced including deep sites, wrecks and, of course, some of the best shark diving on the planet. Due to its size, there are plenty of sites of interest on the Shoal; the more famous are Raggies Cave, Pinnacles, Shark Alley, Cathedral, South Sands, North Sands, Inside Edge, Outside Edge, Chunnel and Manta Point.

The Shoal boasts an abundance of aquatic life from Nudibranchs to Manta Rays, including Turtles, Dolphins, Eels and a great variety of tropical fish species.

  • Min Dives: 4
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 40m

Dauin Norte (Poblacion)

The Visayas , Philippines

This site starts with a gentle slope where you can observe different fish species including the Frogfish, Ghost Pipefish, Crabs and Shrimps, and then continues with a gorgeous coral reef that houses marine creatures such as Barracudas, Hued Anthias, Damsel fish and Snappers. At this site, there are also the Hairy Squat Lobsters that are known to live on barrel sponges, and the Yellowtail Barracuda that impressively creates a tunnel around you as you dive. The common residents include the Hawksbill Turtles and the Green Turtles. On rare occasions you are able to see the Blue-Ringed Octopus and the Leaf Scorpionfish that hides between the Lettuce Corals.

  • Min Dives: 6
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 24

Dauin Sur

The Visayas , Philippines

Due to the fact that there are almost no currents here, you will be able to experience a relaxing dive while observing a wide variety of fish including the Giant Groupers, Ribbon Eels, Crinoid Aquat Lobsters and Green Turtles. Right at the base of this breathtaking reef, you will be able to observe a few species of Razor Wrasse, Garden Eels, Nudibranchs and on rare occasions the Giant Barracuda and the amazing Dogtooth Tuna.

  • Min Dives: 6
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 20
Dates Duration Route Room Type Price
25 Sep 2018
1 Oct 2018
6 Nights Southern Visayas Double Cabin £2,990
25 Sep 2018
1 Oct 2018
6 Nights Southern Visayas Standard Twin Stateroom £2,990
1 Oct 2018
11 Oct 2018
10 Nights Malapascua & The Visayas Double Cabin £4,200
12 Oct 2018
22 Oct 2018
10 Nights Malapascua & The Visayas Double Cabin £4,200
3 Nov 2018
13 Nov 2018
10 Nights Malapascua & The Visayas Double Cabin £4,200
25 Nov 2018
5 Dec 2018
10 Nights Malapascua & The Visayas Double Cabin £4,200
6 Dec 2018
16 Dec 2018
10 Nights Malapascua & The Visayas Double Cabin £4,200
20 Jan 2019
30 Jan 2019
10 Nights Malapascua & The Visayas Double Cabin £4,200
24 Feb 2019
9 Mar 2019
13 Nights Tubbataha & More Double Cabin £7,120
17 Mar 2019
23 Mar 2019
6 Nights Tubbataha Double Cabin £3,810
7 Apr 2019
13 Apr 2019
6 Nights Tubbataha Double Cabin £3,810
25 Apr 2019
1 May 2019
6 Nights Tubbataha Double Cabin £3,810
22 Jun 2019
28 Jun 2019
6 Nights Southern Visayas Double Cabin £2,990
22 Jun 2019
28 Jun 2019
6 Nights Southern Visayas Standard Twin Stateroom £2,990
29 Jun 2019
5 Jul 2019
6 Nights Southern Visayas Double Cabin £2,990
29 Jun 2019
5 Jul 2019
6 Nights Southern Visayas Standard Twin Stateroom £2,990
6 Jul 2019
16 Jul 2019
10 Nights Malapascua & The Visayas Standard Twin Stateroom £4,200
6 Jul 2019
16 Jul 2019
10 Nights Malapascua & The Visayas Double Cabin £4,200
17 Jul 2019
23 Jul 2019
6 Nights Southern Visayas Double Cabin £2,990
17 Jul 2019
23 Jul 2019
6 Nights Southern Visayas Standard Twin Stateroom £2,990
23 Jul 2019
29 Jul 2019
6 Nights Southern Visayas Double Cabin £2,990
23 Jul 2019
29 Jul 2019
6 Nights Southern Visayas Standard Twin Stateroom £2,990
5 Aug 2019
11 Aug 2019
6 Nights Southern Visayas Double Cabin £2,990
5 Aug 2019
11 Aug 2019
6 Nights Southern Visayas Standard Twin Stateroom £2,990
17 Aug 2019
23 Aug 2019
6 Nights Southern Visayas Standard Twin Stateroom £2,990
17 Aug 2019
23 Aug 2019
6 Nights Southern Visayas Double Cabin £2,990
10 Sep 2019
20 Sep 2019
10 Nights Malapascua & The Visayas Double Cabin £4,200
10 Sep 2019
20 Sep 2019
10 Nights Malapascua & The Visayas Standard Twin Stateroom £4,200
21 Sep 2019
1 Oct 2019
10 Nights Malapascua & The Visayas Standard Twin Stateroom £4,200
21 Sep 2019
1 Oct 2019
10 Nights Malapascua & The Visayas Double Cabin £4,200
2 Oct 2019
12 Oct 2019
10 Nights Malapascua & The Visayas Double Cabin £4,200
2 Oct 2019
12 Oct 2019
10 Nights Malapascua & The Visayas Standard Twin Stateroom £4,200
13 Oct 2019
23 Oct 2019
10 Nights Malapascua & The Visayas Standard Twin Stateroom £4,200
13 Oct 2019
23 Oct 2019
10 Nights Malapascua & The Visayas Double Cabin £4,200
24 Oct 2019
3 Nov 2019
10 Nights Malapascua & The Visayas Double Cabin £4,200
24 Oct 2019
3 Nov 2019
10 Nights Malapascua & The Visayas Standard Twin Stateroom £4,200
4 Nov 2019
14 Nov 2019
10 Nights Malapascua & The Visayas Standard Twin Stateroom £4,200
4 Nov 2019
14 Nov 2019
10 Nights Malapascua & The Visayas Double Cabin £4,200
26 Nov 2019
6 Dec 2019
10 Nights Malapascua & The Visayas Double Cabin £4,200
26 Nov 2019
6 Dec 2019
10 Nights Malapascua & The Visayas Standard Twin Stateroom £4,200
7 Dec 2019
17 Dec 2019
10 Nights Malapascua & The Visayas Double Cabin £4,200
7 Dec 2019
17 Dec 2019
10 Nights Malapascua & The Visayas Standard Twin Stateroom £4,200
19 Dec 2019
29 Dec 2019
10 Nights Malapascua & The Visayas Double Cabin £4,200
19 Dec 2019
29 Dec 2019
10 Nights Malapascua & The Visayas Standard Twin Stateroom £4,200
10 Jan 2020
20 Jan 2020
10 Nights Malapascua & The Visayas Standard Twin Stateroom £4,200
10 Jan 2020
20 Jan 2020
10 Nights Malapascua & The Visayas Double Cabin £4,200
21 Jan 2020
28 Jan 2020
7 Nights Southern Visayas Double Cabin £3,150
21 Jan 2020
28 Jan 2020
7 Nights Southern Visayas Standard Twin Stateroom £3,150
22 Feb 2020
6 Mar 2020
13 Nights Tubbataha & More Standard Twin Stateroom £7,120
22 Feb 2020
6 Mar 2020
13 Nights Tubbataha & More Double Cabin £7,120
7 Mar 2020
13 Mar 2020
6 Nights Tubbataha Double Cabin £3,810
7 Mar 2020
13 Mar 2020
6 Nights Tubbataha Standard Twin Stateroom £3,810
14 Mar 2020
20 Mar 2020
6 Nights Tubbataha Standard Twin Stateroom £3,810
14 Mar 2020
20 Mar 2020
6 Nights Tubbataha Double Cabin £3,810
21 Mar 2020
27 Mar 2020
6 Nights Tubbataha Double Cabin £3,810
21 Mar 2020
27 Mar 2020
6 Nights Tubbataha Standard Twin Stateroom £3,810
28 Mar 2020
3 Apr 2020
6 Nights Tubbataha Standard Twin Stateroom £3,810
28 Mar 2020
3 Apr 2020
6 Nights Tubbataha Double Cabin £3,810
11 Apr 2020
17 Apr 2020
6 Nights Tubbataha Standard Twin Stateroom £3,810
9 May 2020
15 May 2020
6 Nights Tubbataha Double Cabin £3,810
9 May 2020
15 May 2020
6 Nights Tubbataha Standard Twin Stateroom £3,810
16 May 2020
22 May 2020
6 Nights Tubbataha Double Cabin £3,810
30 May 2020
5 Jun 2020
6 Nights Tubbataha Double Cabin £3,810
30 May 2020
5 Jun 2020
6 Nights Tubbataha Standard Twin Stateroom £3,810
13 Jul 2020
20 Jul 2020
7 Nights Southern Visayas Double Cabin £3,150
16 Jul 2020
23 Jul 2020
7 Nights Southern Visayas Double Cabin £3,150
24 Aug 2020
3 Sep 2020
10 Nights Malapascua & The Visayas Double Cabin £4,200
4 Sep 2020
14 Sep 2020
10 Nights Malapascua & The Visayas Double Cabin £4,200
15 Sep 2020
25 Sep 2020
10 Nights Malapascua & The Visayas Double Cabin £4,200
29 Sep 2020
6 Oct 2020
7 Nights Southern Visayas Double Cabin £3,150
7 Oct 2020
17 Oct 2020
10 Nights Malapascua & The Visayas Double Cabin £4,200
18 Oct 2020
28 Oct 2020
10 Nights Malapascua & The Visayas Double Cabin £4,200
29 Oct 2020
8 Nov 2020
10 Nights Malapascua & The Visayas Double Cabin £4,200
9 Nov 2020
19 Nov 2020
10 Nights Malapascua & The Visayas Double Cabin £4,200
20 Nov 2020
30 Nov 2020
10 Nights Malapascua & The Visayas Double Cabin £4,200
6 Dec 2020
16 Dec 2020
10 Nights Malapascua & The Visayas Double Cabin £4,200
18 Dec 2020
28 Dec 2020
10 Nights Malapascua & The Visayas Double Cabin £4,200