Puerto Galera Dive Sites
There are so many Puerto Galera Dive Sites that it makes this place a very attractive location to choose when you want a variety of locations that will offer you a great diving experience.
There are a couple of spots here that are consistently among the top ten rated Philippine dive sites by the Philippines Center of Tourism and PADI.
These are the 2 best Puerto Galera Dive Sites:
- Verde Island
- The Canyons
This should be reassuring to those who are looking for some of the best dive sites in the Philippines.
40 Different Puerto Galera Dive Sites, Just A Few Minutes Away
All of the dive sites in Puerto Galera are close by. Because of our great location here at BADLADZ, we are only a 20-minute ride from all the dive sites in Puerto Galera.
Our daily diving schedule here at BADLADZ Scuba Diving is as follows:
- 2 dives leaving at 9 am back by 12.30 pm
- 2 dives leaving at 2 pm back by 5.30 pm
You will find that most spots can be reached within 15 minutes of each other if your dive tour guides have an efficient schedule for you, so you won’t have to worry about sitting in your dive boat half the day.
This also allows students to complete their certifications much quicker than in some dive locations in the Philippines.
You can dive in the morning and take the afternoon off or dive all day and absorb the stunning beauty of the underwater scuba diving world.
List of Puerto Galera Dive Sites You Can Explore
Giant Clams (6m-16m / 20'-52')
Manila Channel (8m-21m / 26'-69')
The Manila Channel is another fantastic Puerto Galera dive site. This dive site is used for beginners and slightly more advanced divers. From countless species of tropical fish swimming around the healthy coral to alien-like shapes and lifeforms that hide beneath rocks and under the sand, it is a wonderful place. On the right tide, divers can float down the channel at a leisurely pace, with no need to swim.
With very little finning needed, your air lasts longer and you get to experience more of the amazing sea life. The Secret Bay (12m-16m / 39’-53’) A diving spot that was until recently closed, giving the fish the chance to grow to astounding numbers and variety. Many incredibly rare fish call this bay their home. That makes this the perfect site to visit if you want to spot exotic creatures.
Alma Jane Wreck (25m-30m / 66'-100')
This 60-ton Japanese ship was sunk purposefully to create the ultimate wreck diving site. Weighing 60 tons, this 32-meter long steel ship is now hosting a large variety of marine life. Encrusted with hard and soft coral, you’ll find all kinds of life here, big and small. Dive around it, above it, or even go inside if you’re so adventurous.
The Alma Jane is also a perfect dive site for underwater photography, mixing wide-angle, wreck, and macro life in one dive. All that makes this one of the most popular dive sites in Puerto Galera.
Sabang Wreck (6m-21m / 20'-69')
Hole In The Wall (10-18m / 33'-59')
The Canyons (30m / 100')
Sinandigan Wall (10-30m / 33'-100')
Coral Cove (10m-16m / 33'-52')
Boulders (10m-28m / 33'-92')
Verde Island (18m-30m / 60'-98')
Sabang Point (8m-25m / 26'-82')
The Hill (12m-16m / 40'-53')
Monkey Beach (8m-21m / 26'-70')
Ernie's Cave (8m-27m / 26'-89')
Dungon Wall (8m-27m / 26'-89')
West Escarceo (8m-21m / 26'-69')
Dive With BADLADZ Scuba Diving and See These Sites
If you would like to see these scuba diving sites in Puerto Galera, BADLADZ can take you there. If you want to learn more about diving with BADLADZ, Check out our diving packages and book your dive adventure today!
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