Lots of the action in the Philippines takes place around the water. Not a surprise really, considering the country is one of the world’s best macro diving destinations and renowned for its surf. And then there’s the rafting, kayaking, boating, wakeboarding and swimming...
In 2013 the Philippines experienced an earthquake and typhoon. Cebu, Bohol, Samar, Leyte and surrounds were impacted, however, much of the Philippines is now accessible to travellers. Before visiting, check with operators to ensure your travel plans are possible.
A smorgasbord of underwater splendour, where you’ll lose track of how many sharks, rays and sea turtles you've spotted.
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