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Apo Dive provides scuba diving and snorkeling trips to Apo Island. Apo Dive's boats leave from Malatapay/Maluay, the closest point to Apo Island from Negros Oreintal. We specialize in Apo Island, providing turtle and reef experiences like no other...more
Amazing experience of diving in Apo island . It’s my first time of diving , so the coach was tooks long time to teach me how to gloating and breath with mouth. I saw the turtle, sea star , snake , etc ‘ it’s lucky...More
My 3 sons got certified junior open water with Dumaguete Divers (highly recommend them, Matt was awesome!!), we did 3 dives. I can’t remember all the dive sights but the 2nd one was Chapel dive sight. We saw beautiful big turtles, trigger fish, razor fish,...More
This is a good dive, lots of corals. Large sea turtles are present. We saw a baby sweetlips.
Rock Point West:
This is a relaxing dive. We were able to catch another turtle, a baby one this time. I saw my first underwater snake...More
If planning a dive trip, make sure to include Apo Island to your itinerary and you won't regret. It was a full day trip for us from 8.30am until 4pm - 3 dives/ snorkels and lunch. The coral wall was astoundingly pretty, corals are very...More
Had the chance to visit Apo island with my family. Reached the island in the morning, had short briefing with the tour guide regarding the do’s and don’ts while snorkeling. While in the water, a small turtle swam passed us and we were really surprised...More
The diving at gorgeous Apo Island is amazing, beautiful turtles, colorful and healthy corals, high density and variety of fish. Dauin also offers a very interesting macro diving experience. Looking for the perfect resort? I recommend Acqua Dive !
great diving . saw 6 turtles one dive. another dive saw several sea snakes. one dive I saw the largest angel fish I have ever seen. there is a school of marlin on far side of the island and they were numerous and made the...More