Tubbataha in a Nutshell - This isolated and protected marine park can only be reached by liveaboard. It has a short diving season of only 3 months per year. Known for its biodiversity and its dynamic underwater terrain, Tubbataha Reef also hosts large marine animals such as sea turtles, manta rays, and a variety of sharks.
Diving Conditions - Tubbataha is a UNESCO World Heritage site, playing an important role in fish spawning and breeding. It holds significant importance in terms of marine life species diversity and richness. It consists of wall dives - dropping down to the deep blue where numerous shark species can be seen. As you move more shallow, you'll find the never-ending reef fish species, lobsters, stingrays, mantas and turtles. Some dive sites hold strong currents, while others are more relaxed.
Topside & Non-Diving Activities - Because you can only get there via liveaboard, topside activities are limited to whatever entertainment your dive organization has to offer. Better bring a book and some sunscreen!
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