Deep Zone Dive Center offers one of the best places in the world for Scuba Diving. We offer fun dives, dive safari and learning. Assist guest divers to explore amazing dive sites and provide high end quality equipment with quality service, transport, accommodations with affordable price. Deep Zone Divers will give you unforgettable diving experience with whale sharks, drift dive with sightings of blacktip sharks and whitetip sharks, encounter with turtles, large school of fish, and a beautiful coral garden scenery and caverns to explore. Diving center's team considers safety to be first and foremost priority while diving and ensures each holiday turns to be an unforgettable vacation.
Philippines is one of the world’s centres for marine biodiversity. Immense with natural wealth, rich marine life in the Heart of Southeast Asia's coral triangle.
Deep Zone Dive Center is located at South-East side of Cebu Island, Philippines, in a small barangay named Tan-awan in Municipality of Oslob which is famous on providing tourists daily encounters with whale sharks. Whale sharks can be spotted in Tan‑awan which is 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) from the center of the town. It has become a popular tourist attraction. In the vicinity of whale shark dive site is a recent attraction: Tumalog Falls. Most tourists and visitors who go whale shark diving/snorkeling in Tan-awan usually include this waterfall in their itinerary.
Explore the rich and beautiful hard and soft corals of Caceres Reef Undersea Mountain, known as Luisan Shoal. It is located entirely underwater situated in the area of Oslob, South-East side of Cebu Island and is nearby to Bonbon, Santa Monica Point and Luisan Point.
Most of divers who go to whale shark diving in Tan-awan usually include this in their diving itinerary especially for new divers for a relaxing dive.
Sumilon Island is a beautiful island with sandbar close to whaleshark sanctuary. Experience divers may enjoy the drift dive at Jack Fish Point with the Black Tip and White Tip Sharks along with big Baracudas ended at the School of Jacks while Sumilon Island sanctuary which is a very relaxing dive, no current and calm water which you can enjoy the macros, huge school of fish, corals and big napoleon fish.
Moalboal is the southwest of Cebu and 1 hour and 30 minutes travel by land from the Whaleshark Sanctuary to Panagsama Beach Moalboal.
Piscador Island Dive - everybody's favorite if they go to Moalboal due to beautiful corals and cave followed by the second dive at Talisay Point with the turtles. And the highlights of the area is diving with the huge ball of sardines or the Sardines Run.
Apo Island is located off the southeastern tip of Negros Island, 7 kilometers from the town of Zamboanguita, and 25 kilometers south of the Negros Oriental capital Dumaguete. Extending approximately 1.5 km (0.9 mi) from north to south and 1 km (0.6 mi) from east to west, the island has a land area of approximately 74 hectares and rises to a height of 120 meters (390 feet) above sea level at its highest point.
It can be reached by a 30-minute motorized boat ride from the village of Malatapay, Zamboanguita, Negros Oriental.
At present, the island is home to over 650 documented species of fish and estimated to have over 400 species of corals. Most of the Philippines' 450 species of coral can be found here, from tiny bubble corals to huge gorgonian sea fans and brain corals. The main advantages on the island is indeed the facilities for diving residing on the island (with tanks and compressors) and the protection of sea turtles where more than 60 are recorded, and an amazing diversity of soft and hard corals. In the north part of the island, currents offer exceptionally clear waters even during the planktonic season (December thru March) with a school of jacks, 13 barracudas, few groupers located near Coconut diving spot.
Experienced scuba diving and encounter with the gentle giants guided by our professional PADI Divemasters and Instructors. All divers are provided with complete set of high end quality equipment. Dive with us and experience breathing underwater.