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Tubbataha Marine Park

Tubbataha

Philippines

Philippine Siren

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6 Night Package

Departs from Puerto Princessa

group Trip

From
$3,912
USD
6 Nights Tubbataha National Park Expedition
REF: 25795

6 Night Package

Departs from Puerto Princessa

group Trip

From
$3,912
USD
REF: 25795

6 Night Package

Departs from Puerto Princessa

From
$3,912
USD

Package Details

6 Nights Tubbataha National Park Expedition
This 6 night liveaboard adventure allows up to 19 dives, including 4 sunset dives and takes you to Tubbataha National Marine Park as well as covering some of the highlights of the South Visayas such as Apo Island. 150km South East of Puerto Princessa, on Palawan Island, the Tubbataha reef system covers 970km², with 100km² of pristine coral reefs for divers to explore. Formed Millennia ago along the Cagayan ridge, Tubbataha consists chiefly of two atolls (North and South) and the Jessie Beazley reefs. This delicate reef system supports over 600 different fish species and over 300 coral species, whilst providing a haven for nesting hawksbill and green turtles and numerous birds. A field station on the north atoll is manned by rangers year-round and during your trip you can visit the rangers to learn more about conservation and reef protection.
Philippines – Tubbataha – Philippine Siren – 25795
Departs April 26, 2023
Returns May 2, 2023

Inclusions

Return transfers between the nearest local airport and the vessel on embarkation and disembarkation days only
6 nights accommodation based on Twin share | double occupancy aboard the Philippine Siren
Full board meal plan, drinking water, tea, coffee, juices and soft drinks
Up to 19 Dives , single 11 Litre cylinder with air fills, weight belt and SMB.

Exclusions

  • ● International and Domestic airfares & taxes to and from the Philippines - Puerto Princessa
  • ● Pre and post accommodation
  • ● Marine Park & Port Fee's : $120.00 USD - Payable on arrival
  • ● Scuba equipment rental
  • ● Nitrox
  • ● Onboard merchandise and personal expenses
  • ● Crew Gratuities
  • Upgrades

  • ● Nitrox Package $90 USD pp
  • ● Equipment Rental Full Set : $ 150 USD pp ( Excludes dive computer and torch )
  • Proposed Itinerary

    Day 1 Embarkation from Baywalk Pier at 13:00 Once on board Philippine Siren, lunch will be served then there will be a mandatory briefing from the Tubbataha Management Office and a check conducted by the coast guard before the boat can leave port. Crossing time from Puerto Princesa to Tubbataha is between 12 - 16 hours. There is no diving on embarkation day.
    Day 2 - 5 Your Cruise Director will schedule up to 4 dives per day; 3 day dives and a sunset dive. A typical diving day is scheduled as follows: • Light Breakfast followed by a briefing & Dive 1 • Full Breakfast, relaxation followed by briefing & Dive 2 • Lunch, relaxation followed by briefing & Dive 3 • Snack • Briefing for Sunset dive (night dives are NOT permitted) • DinnerI n accordance with Tubbataha Marine Park regulations, dive times are limited to a maximum of 60 minutes
    Day 6 Usually 2 morning dives are scheduled in Tubbataha before Philippine Siren commences the 12 - 16 hour crossing to Puerto Princesa.
    Day 7 Following breakfast on board, disembarkation is scheduled for between 09:30 and 10:00.
    Minimum Dive certification and experience Divers wishing to join our Tubbataha itineraries are required to have Advanced Open Water certification, or equivalent, with a minimum of 30 logged dives and experience in strong currents.

    Terms and Conditions

    Note : Additional payments will be required throughout the duration of the booking by Master Liveaboards. Full details will be confirmed at the time of booking confirmation..
    Valid for travel from April 26, 2023.
    Valid for travel until May 2, 2023.
    Only available for sale until January 19, 2023.

    Subject to availability and COVID-19 conditions – please contact your Dive Adventures travel specialist.

    Destination Information

    Palawan

    A long, thin archipelago province located between the South China and Sulu Seas, Palawan Island provides a gorgeous holiday escape for divers and non-divers alike. 

    A chain on mountains, reaching 2086m at its highest point, stretches across the island, blanketed in a lush virgin rainforest which spills down the slopes to meet the 2000km of bright white sandy beaches and rocky coves that line the coastline. 

    The two most popular areas frequented by tourists are El Nido, located on the northern-most tip of the island, and Puerto Princesa, sitting on the central coast. Puerto Princesa is the capital of Palawan, famed for being the cleanest, most charming city in the Philippines, and the port used for all liveaboard cruises sailing the surrounding seas. 

    Palawan is a melting pot of culture, with over 87 different races and cultural groups calling this island home. The majority of the populace still consists of the native Palaweños, with the remainder made up of minority groups who have migrated from other areas of the Philippines. This mixing of cultures gives Palawan the vibrancy and welcoming atmosphere that it is so well-known for today.

     

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