About Tropical Divers dive center

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The dive center conveniently located at famous Alona beach, Panglao island.
We are surrounded by the exotic and beautiful scenery of Henann Beach Resort, Amorita resort and close to the coral reef and crystal clear water for snorkeling and scuba diving in Bohol Sea.
Tropical Divers
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Variety of marine life, from a pygmy seahorse and nudibranch to a school of Barracuda and whale shark, stunning reefscapes
with hard and soft corals.
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More than 20 divesites to choose near Pamilacan, Cabilao, Balicasag, Panglao islands
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Professional PADI instructors and divemasters
With more than 10 years experience in scuba diving
1 800 peso
Fun dive
from 3 600 peso
Daily dive trip
2 500 peso
Night Dive
500 peso/day
Complete Set of Equipment
250 peso/person
Environmental fee - Balicasag

Diving and snorkeling with whale sharks

A unique experience and an exciting adventure! If you are traveling to the Philippines, you should definitely try it!

  • Snorkeling with the whale sharks— 4 000 peso
  • Diving with whale sharks — 7 500 peso / 2 dive

Including: boat ride, fees, tanks, weights & divemaster + coffee, tea, drinking water, sandwich, fruits.
PADI dive courses
  • Discover Scuba Diving (for those who want to try diving for the first time) 3 hours
    3 500 pesos;
  • Open Water Diver (3-4 days, classes in the classroom, swimming pool and 4 dives in the sea, an international certificate is issued)— 19 000 pesos;
  • Advanced Open water (2 days, 5 open water dives, a bit of theory)— 16 000 pesos;
  • Rescue Diver — 19 000 pesos;

Price includes study materials
Ian L. Macaraya
PADI OWSI#270952
Finished his Bachelor's Degree in Forestry in 2001. A mangrove specialist.
Evolved and officially became a licensed Scuba diver in 2002 where he joined the team of Marine Biologists (for six years) in implementing the establishment and monitoring of Marine protected areas in Bohol island.

Became a PADI dive master in 2010 which by then, I believe, I can teach more on protection and conservation of Marine ecosystem. Joined the team of Tropical divers in 2012 . Became PADI dive instructor and started teaching on PADI courses in 2016 up to present.
Rufino M. Baguio (Jojo)
PADI DM#342179
I'm Rufino M. Baguio. Most of my friends call me Jojo.
I graduated in Bohol Institute of technology.
Before I get into diving i worked as a salesman of diving equipment. I did wy PADI open water in 2008 and became a dive master in 2014.
I'm so blessed that my job is related to diving - that's the way I discovered another part of our planet - underwater world.
Enough words now - Let's go diving!
Nick Zotov
I was born, lived for a long time and worked in Chelyabinsk, Russia. Member of PADI since 1998. I started diving after the army in 1995, was engaged in speleology and cave diving. I was a pioneer in the right siphon and participated in the opening of the Chelyabinsk move in famous Orda cave.

Between 2000 and 2017, I organized and conducted more than 70 diving trips in such countries as Egypt, Sudan, Malaysia, Thailand, Burma, the Philippines, Australia, Cuba, Mexico, Belize, Panama, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Palau and others. Trained more than 500 people.

In 2017 I moved to the Philippines, Bohol Island, Panglao.
Alex Permiakov
Moved to the Philippines and started diving in 2015. After the first dive, I have fallen in love with the underwater world and made diving my profession. In 2016 I got carried away underwater photography, my works can be seen in the site's gallery.

In diving, I like the feeling of weightlessness and the calm that the ocean gives. Each dive surprises with something new - even in familiar diving areas there is always a place for pleasant surprises and discoveries.

I adore watching the progress of newcomers, how timid first steps are replaced by confidence and the desire to explore new places of diving. Smiles on the faces of divers speak for themselves!
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