In a remote corner of the Philippines, the UNESCO World Heritage site Tubbataha Reefs National Park boasts 600 fish species and 360 coral species. This diving heaven can only be reached by liveaboard.
A UNESCO World Heritage site, Tubbataha Reef Natural Park in the Philippines is home to 600 fish species, 360 coral species, 11 shark species and 13 whale and dolphin species. Reef sharks, turtles and manta rays outnumber people, and the huge schools of fish can reduce the crystal clear visibility. Furthermore, Tubbataha Reef boasts unique atoll reef formations, dramatic walls and life-filled pinnacles. Because of its isolated position, divers can only experience Tubbataha Reef’s dramatic dive sites through the use of a liveaboard. Typical itineraries last 6 or 13 nights, and the best (and only) time to dive in Tubbataha is from mid-March to mid-June.