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Batangas & Coron

Batangas & Coron for wrecks - Anilao, Apo Reef and Coron wrecks

Departs Batangas or Busuanga - November to February - 10 nights

 

Apo Reef, a UNESCO world heritage site, is considered by many to be among the best diving in the Philippines. The whole North East side of the reef consists of drop offs and overhangs where Whitetip and Grey Reef sharks, turtles, barracuda and shoals of snapper are common.

 

The Japanese World War II wrecks around Busuanga Island, particularly in Coron Bay, are particularly fascinating, with twelve wrecks so far been located in recreational diving depths. The Batangas region is known for the many numerous smaller creatures that can be found along the sloping reefs and soft coral covered walls. It is here you will find many new and often unidentified species of nudibranchs, along with ghost pipefish, pipehorses, seahorses, octopus and frog fish.

 

Getting there: The Batangas and Coron Wreck one-way itineraries alternate the start and finish between Borocay and Palawan, and are reached via Manila, with an additional internal flight and land transfer.

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