El Nido is a municipality at the northern tip of Palawan in the Philippines. Comprising of 45 islands and islets, El Nido has a population of 36,000. Located 230km north of Palawan’s capital, Puerto Princessa, El Nido is described as the gateway to the pristine Bacuit Archipelago. The limestone cliffs […]Read more ›
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Using ScubaEarth as a digital logbook is beneficial for many divers, however it is also a divers’ community. You can tag your ScubaEarth dive buddies for each dive, including your instructor, favourite PADI Divemaster or Dive Center. Below is the story of Patrick Preston from Neptune Dive Center who uses ScubaEarth regularly to log […]Read more ›
If you like the idea of stepping into the ocean at your own pace, then shore diving is a great place to start. There’s no dive boat required, no need to follow the schedule of a large group of divers and no need to find your sea legs. Shore diving […]Read more ›
Typhoon Haiyan was one of the strongest tropical cyclones ever recorded, devastating portions of Southeast Asia – particularly the Philippines – in early November 2013. PADI Five Star Dive Resort, Sea Explorers from Alona Beach, Malapascua, Philippines wrote to PADI recently with extremely good news of the redevelopment that has […]Read more ›
The Philippines is a photographer’s dream. The astounding landscape both topside and underwater glistens with colour and is calling out to be explored. Start your adventure by passing through Manila, Philippines manic capital, perhaps stopping to take a ride on a rainbow coloured Jeepney – a kitsch vehicle that is […]Read more ›
Technical diving is no easy feat, but it is a challenge that is highly rewarding and well worth the time spent learning the skills. Technical divers have the opportunity to see untouched spots that are beyond 40 meters (130 feet) deep and embark on unique expeditions. Take a look at […]Read more ›