Dolphin Scuba Center
Tubbataha - World Heritage Site
Start Date: April 2nd, 2022
End Date: April 9th, 2022
Includes 7 Nights , 4-5 Dives per day, 3 Meals a day and Tanks/Weights
$3,995 per person, plus airfare
The reefs of Tubbataha, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is high-voltage diving. The walls drop off into forever, and you will encounter turtles, sharks, mantas, big schools of fish, and whale sharks. For those divers who prefer vivid color, we will also be diving perfect coral gardens. Visibility is often 200 feet. Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park is home to some of the most beautiful coral reefs in the world. Rising from the volcanic depths of the Sulu Sea in the western Philippines, these magnificent atolls encompass an astonishing diversity of marine life. The park is an underwater sanctuary where nature can thrive. Tubbataha is the Philippines' only marine natural Park, and, as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a place of global importance, it is being preserved for generations to come. From majestic whale sharks to elusive seahorses - Tubbataha supports an unparalleled variety of marine creatures. Colorful reef fish crowd corals growing in the shallows while sharks and manta rays haunt the steep dropoffs to the open sea.Aboard the well appointed liveaboard, the Atlantis Azores, 16 divers will dive in comfort. The Azores boasts 7 standard cabins and one master suite, available at an additional cost. Two tenders serve the main boat, carrying the divers to and from the dive sites. Nitrox is available on board to prolong your time spent with the magnificent creatures of Tubbataha. The Azores also has full camera facilities for those photographers wishing to take advantage of the colorful scenes playing out beneath the waves. $ 3,995 Deluxe Stateroom accommodation $ 4,495 Owners Suite accommodation, plus airfare to the Philippines.
Cost of Airfare is Volatile and is Subject to Change until Trip is Paid in Full