Narayana Liveaboard

Tubbataha is an isolated location, so there is no Dive Resort from where you can start your dives there, Tubbataha can only be visited on a liveaboard boat (in the time from March to June).

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Narayana Liveaboard

Postby Joe » Fri Mar 13, 2020 6:09 am

Narayana - Liveaboard Diving Philippines

Specially designed for Tubbataha liveaboard diving, the Narayana yacht caters for up to 14 guests in 8 cosy cabins. Each cabin features private en-suite bathrooms, individually controlled AC and storage space, and offer the choice of either queen size double or twin bunk beds.

Narayana Liveaboard

Philippine liveaboard dive cruises aboard the Narayana visit the
Tubbataha National Park from March - June and
El Nido, Coron & Apo Reef from October - December.

Diving in Tubbataha reef is only accessible via liveaboard and is fast becoming known as one of the best places to dive in the Philippines. With over 600 species of fish, 11 species of shark and 13 species of dolphins and whales, it's easy to see why. These trips fill up fast, so it's advisable to book in advance. The National Park of Apo Reef is home to the largest reef system in the Philippines, and full of marine life large and small, offering excellent diving. Add to this the wrecks of Coron and pristine waters of El Nido and you will have a fantastic dive trip.

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Re: Narayana Liveaboard

Postby Divemaster » Mon Apr 18, 2022 8:05 am

Tubbataha Reef - a few cabins left for May and June 2022!

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