Discover the gorgeous reefs and diverse marine life in Bacuit Bay with your choice of two fun dives. Sessions start with a short video, safety, and boat briefing, and include lunch on the boat.
Boats usually hold a maximum of twelve divers, with one dive instructor leading four or less participants. The packages are inclusive of full dive equipment and dive computers as well as lunch (cooked fresh and using local ingredients) and drinks (hot coffee or tea, cold water or juice).
Before signing up, note that you’ll be asked to present your dive C-card and logbook. You will also need to specify your certification level, total number of dives, and date of last dive. If you have not dived for a year or more, expect to undergo a reactive or refresher course.
Deep Blue Seafari
Boat and crew
Full Dive Equipment (Cressi)
Lunch (We have a great chef! Lunch cooked fresh and special diets can be catered.)
Non-alcoholic drinks (hot coffee/tea and cold water/juice)
The Eco-Tourism Development Fee of P200 per person is not included. This is a mandatory fee, valid for all tours occurring within a 10-day period in El Nido. If you have already availed the mandatory Eco-Tourism Development Fee, please bring it with you.
Please present your printed or mobile voucher. The voucher is valid only on the tour date and time specified.
We recommend to bring the following items: comfortable swimming attire, sunblock, and towel.
Please visit the dive shop a day before for fitting gears and signing paperwork.
January to February
3 – 10 meters
March to May
10 – 30 meters
June to December
10 – 12 meters
The current in El Nido is usually caused by tides which are very slight to moderate depending on the tidal conditions. Very manageable and divers can still swim back to the boat.
25 – 29 degree Celsius