Dugong Dive Center

The Calamian is a group of islands in the north of the Philippine province Palawan. It includes: Busuanga Island, Coron Island, Culion Island, Calauit Island, Malcapuya Island, Banana Island, Pass Island, Calumbuyan Island and several minor islands,

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Dugong Dive Center

Postby Joe » Mon Oct 07, 2013 11:07 am

Dugong Dive Center

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Dugong Dive Center

The Dugong Dive Center offers diving to guests of Club Paradise, El Rio y Mar, Vicky's Guesthouse and Cashew Grove Beach Resort.
Dimakya Island, home to Club Paradise, is a turtle nesting site. We boast an extensive hatchling rearing and release program.
Under protection for over 15 years, our House Reef is one of the best reefs around. With beach-entry, you just gear up and go whenever you like.
    • Dugong-watching, a professionally produced ecotourism activity, takes divers and non-divers along the lengthy coast of Busuanga to see gentle dugongs in the wild.
    • The Apo Reef Natural Park, with more than 20 dive sites, will truly fascinate you with its magnificent walls and large fish species. The reef plateau will surely impress divers and snorkelers alike.
    • Dive the Coron Shipwrecks from WWII which are now amazingly covered with marinelife. One of the best, Kyokuzan Maru is only 30 minutes away.
    • Overnight Excursions will show you the best the sites can offer.
    • For longer and safer dives, we offer Nitrox.
    • Training Programs from PADI, SDI and TDI are available.

Dugong Dive Center
http://www.dugongdivecenter.com
Dimakya Island Coron
Palawan, Philippines
Phone: +63 9209519100
+63 9178669877
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