Agos Tauchsafari, Philippinen

JETZT BUCHEN
Ausgezeichnete Speisen und Getränke

“I did my advanced open water certification. Living on board the boat was excellent. The marine life was fantastic. I really enjo…”

Stanley K, USA USA
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Höhepunkte

  • Budget-freundliches Tauchen an Bord auf den Philippinen
  • Erkunde Apo Reef und die Wracks von Coron

Das Agos-Boot ist eine traditionelle philippinische Banca, die preisgünstige Tauchsafaris in den Philippinen anbietet. Die Agos mit Sitz in Coron bietet erschwingliche Unterkünfte im Stil eines Schlafsaals, um die Unterwasserschönheit des Apo Reef und die Wracks von Coron zu erkunden. So gewährleistet sie Zugang zu Tauchplätzen, die von Tauchbasen auf Land nicht gut zu erreichen sind. Sie wurde 2019 gebaut und hat Platz für 12-14 Gäste in Einzel- oder Doppelbetten. Zwischen den Tauchgängen gibt es Platz zum Entspannen, und frisch zubereitete asiatische Gerichte sorgen dafür, dass hungrige Taucher den ganzen Tag über zufrieden sind.

Die Reiserouten an Bord der Agos variieren zwischen 3 und 6 Nächten und besuchen das Apo Reef und die Wracks von Coron. Der Marinepark ist als Kronjuwel der Philippinen bekannt und bietet kristallklares Wasser und eine unglaubliche Artenvielfalt im Meer. Hier leben über 450 Korallen- und 300 Fischarten und es besteht die Möglichkeit, mit Mantas, Adlerrochen, Hammerhaien, Schwärmen von Barrakudas, Riesenmakrelen und einer ganzen Reihe von Makro-Lebewesen zu tauchen. Die Crew ist seit über 10 Jahren zusammen und Experten in der Region.

Kommen Sie an Bord der Agos für eine fantastische Reise, eine perfekte Option für eine preisgünstige Tauchsafari in den Philippinen. Buchen Sie noch heute online, um Ihren Platz zu reservieren.


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Inklusive: MwSt., Tee & Kaffee, Trinkwasser, Snacks, Vollpension (alle Mahlzeiten), Tauchpakete, Kajaks, Landausflüge, Schnorchel Führer, Schnorchelset, Stand Up Paddleboard, Kabinenhandtücher.

Erforderliche Extras: Nationalpark Gebühren (100 USD pro Trip).

Optionale Extras: Trinkgelder, Flughafentransfer (5 USD), Hoteltransfer (3 USD), alkoholische Getränke, Erfrischungsgetränke, Leihausrüstung, Tauchkurse, zusätzliche Tauchgänge (20 USD pro Aktivität).

Jetzt buchen, später zahlen:Sie können ganz einfach online buchen. Wir können Ihre Plätze dann unverbindlich reservieren, bis Sie diese später mit Ihrer Zahlung bestätigen.

* Extra Gebühren werden pro Person aufgeführt

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Boot-Ausstattung

  • Klimatisierte Kabinen
  • Sonnendeck
  • Nicht-Taucher (Schnorchler) Freundlich
  • Abendessen im Freien
  • Speziell angefertigt zum Tauchen
  • Ladestationen
  • Nichtraucher Zimmer
  • Außenduschen
  • Kabinen mit Meerblick
  • Kajaks an Bord
  • Separater Spültank für U/W-Kamera
  • Eine engagierte lokale und internationale Mannschaft
  • Entspannungsbereich
  • Verfügbar zum privaten chartern
  • Stand Up Paddleboard

Essen & Trinken

  • Westliche Küche
  • Regionale Speisen
  • Vegetarische Küche
  • Buffet
  • Bier erhältlich
  • Vegan Options
  • Barbecue am Strand

Falls Sie an Bord Ihrer Kreuzfahrt besondere Anforderungen an Ihre Ernährung stellen, so können Sie uns diese in im Buchungsformulars bei den 'besonderen Anforderungen' mitteilen. Ernährungsanforderungen sollten auf Nahrungsmittelallergien oder den religiösen Glauben beschränkt werden.


Tauchen

  • DIN Adapter
  • Rinse hosts
  • Tauch-Deck
  • Tauch-Tenderboot
  • Beschattetes Tauchdeck

Die Crew spricht English und French.


Ausrüstung Verleih

Leihausrüstung steht auf diesem Schiff zur Verfügung. Bitte geben Sie auf dem Buchungsformular an, was Sie brauchen. Details unten was inkludiert ist und die zusätzlichen Preise. Preise anzeigen.


Boot-Spezifikationen

  • Baujahr 2019
  • Länge 25.5 meters
  • Beam 3 meters
  • Höchstgeschwindigkeit 12 knots
  • Reisegeschwindigkeit 8 knots
  • Motoren 2
  • Maximale Gästeanzahl 12
  • Anzahl der Kabinen 5
  • Anzahl der Badezimmer 2
  • Tauch-Tender 19FT 40HP
  • Wasserkapazität 5000L
  • Fassungsvermögen des Kraftstofftanks 1000L

Schiffsnavigation und Sicherheit

  • Echolot
  • GPS
  • Funkanlage VHF/DSC/SSB
  • Rettungsboote
  • Rettungsweste
  • Feueralarm & Feuerlöscher
  • Sauerstoff
  • Verbandskasten
  • Fisch-Sucher
  • Satellitentelefone & Handys
  • Lenzpumpen-Alarm
  • Die Crew verfügt über eine Erste-Hilfe Ausbildung
  • Signalrakete

Agos Bewertungen

  • 8,7 Klasse
  1. Schiff
    8.2
  2. Bootsbesatzung
    7.9
  3. Essen
    9.3
  4. Tauchen
    9.3
  5. Wert
    8.7
  • 10 Exzellent
  • Stanley K
  • USA USA
This was a great experience diving.

I did my advanced open water certification. Living on board the boat was excellent. The marine life was fantastic. I really enjoyed the night dives and seeing different things.Apo Reef was so beautiful. I did a total of 15 dives. The last 2 days was spent on ship wrecks. The crew explained the history of the ships.

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Excellent food,care and hospitality of crew.
  • 9.6 Exzellent
  • Roger
  • USA USA
Memorable scuba trip at Apo Reef

Lots of diving (11 in all over 4 days). Great water visibility. Lots of pelagic animals and bright-colored coral.

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The crew; the other divers; the food
  • 10 Exzellent
  • Tai Anh N
  • Vietnam Vietnam
Comfort, cozy, excellent services and beyond expectation about the dive sites. Dive maps detail and instructions are clear, guy is well - experienced!

Wonderful trip and very affordable!

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Comfortable beds, great dive sites, great dive buddies
  • 9.6 Exzellent
  • Schroeter S
  • Schweiz Schweiz
Inoubliable

Les plongées de suite, grâce au guide étaient incroyables, il voyait tout, après passé 25 ans de plongée et environ 1500 plongées, je découvre toujours grâce à notre guide, des poissons, crabes etc etc

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Discretion du team philippin, mais toujours super nikel et propre, matériel de plongée prêt....
  • 9.6 Exzellent
  • Schroeter S
  • Schweiz Schweiz
Inoubliable

Les plongées de suite, grâce au guide étaient incroyables, il voyait tout, après passé 25 ans de plongée et environ 1500 plongées, je découvre toujours grâce à notre guide, des poissons, crabes etc etc

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Discretion du team philippin, mais toujours super nikel et propre, matériel de plongée prêt....
  • 10 Exzellent
  • Florian K
  • Deutschland Deutschland
Perfect Liveaboard Trip

From the start of the liveaboard to the dives to the food, the liveaboard is a dream. The crew was super nice and always ready to help and provide information. The boat is simple but I personally found the liveaboard perfect for the Apo Reef. The food was very tasty and after every dive the chef conjured up something for the divers. All in all, I can recommend the liveaboard.

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The Apo Reef is an incredible diving spot and the boat and crew were just amazing.
  • 4.8 Bewertung
  • Lisa K
  • Australien Australien
Food poisoning nightmare

Agos was my 3rd liveaboard experience and easily the worst. I’ve done a low budget liveaboard in Indonesia and a nicer one in Galapagos that were amazing experiences. But Agos was terrible . 8 out of 10 guests got food poisoning . I was one of them. From day 2 I was vomiting and going to the toilet many times a day. I barely ate for the next 3 or 4 days. This was the experience for 5 guests and 3 guests only had a bit of vomiting and diarrhea. I missed half the dives because I was too sick to dive. On one of the dives I did do, I vomited a few times under water…not fun . The hygiene on the boat was terrible., No soap or cleanser in the toilet . I am pretty sure the toilet was never cleaned. No cleanser on the food table. It was generally a dirty boat in the sleeping area. We are pretty sure it was the food as none of the crew got sick - they were eating different food to us. The owner of the boat did not apologize and kept on trying to blame the water , he even tried to blame the sea water? He eventually promised a refund of the missed dives but this never happened… he stopped responding and disappeared without giving anyone a refund. Fortunately Liveaboard were great and gave us some credits to compensate us. I would stay away from Agos, I only had 2 weeks in the Philippines and I was still a little sick when I got home to Australia. It ruined my whole holiday

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Beautiful location Apo reef
  • 3.2 Bewertung
  • Marcus R
  • Australien Australien
Floating Zest Pool. Food Poisoning for 80% of Guests.

I’ve been diving and travelling for nearly 30 years and never had an experience this bad!!! If you want basic hygiene, this is not the boat for you. Hygiene doesn’t exist on this boat which is probably why 8 out the 10 guests were sick from food poisoning, many violently ill. I was food poisoned on the second day and was ill for over 2 weeks. The boat is a “Zest Pool”. Just because you’re a budget operation, doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be clean. Below are my experiences and opinions: Poor Hygiene: • Kitchen hand was thrown in the water by other staff for not showering for 3 days. • Saw chef blow his nose on another staff members shirt that was hanging up and walked straight into the kitchen and started working with food without washing hands. • There was nowhere to wash hands or brush teeth. No sink anywhere on the boat except the kitchen where the food is handled. • Nowhere to have a real shower. Only on the side of the boat outside the kitchen window (no privacy or naked showers). I found people just ended up not showering which got a little smelly towards the end especially in the heat and humidity. • Toilets are old and dirty. Also, on a slope so very slippery when wet. I fell over several times and was very lucky not to smash my head open. Very dangerous. • Nowhere to wash your hands in the toilet, so everyone wipes their bum and touches all the doors and surfaces without washing. Boat Facilities: • Air compressor filing the tanks looks very old and dodgy. Looks like it’s been retro fitted or they made it themselves and not a real air compressor for scuba diving (in my opinion). I worry about the quality of air filling the tanks could get contaminated. • Mattresses look very old and dirty under the bed sheets. Disgusting actually. • Power on the boat only runs for 18 hours. So, there are times during the night the fans in the room turn off and you wake up in a hot and sweaty sauna. • Not really many places to hide from the sun. Very small cover on the top deck where only a couple of people can lay down, otherwise you have to lay in the hot room with poor circulation or sit in the dinning area. Very uncomfortable. Food & Beverages: • Got food poisoning on the 2nd day of the trip so I can’t recommend eating on the boat. Owners tried to say it was the water not the food. But I believe it was the food as guests started getting sick a few hours after lunch before dinner, the staff where eating different food and they didn’t get sick, and the boat hygiene was so poor it was most likely the cause. • There were no colds drinks or ice served on the boat for the whole 4 days. So we were drinking water that was room temperature (34 degrees Celsius). o If you’re dehydrating from vomiting and Diarrhoea in 34 degree heat and 75% humidity, it’s hell on earth as your can’t cool down. The Management: • Owners and management didn’t really care everyone got sick and did not want to refund anyone. When we mentioned you might get some negative reviews, they commented “we don’t care, you can’t please everyone”. Showing that these guys don’t care about there divers, just profit. Promised a refund of an agreed amount to be paid that week. But then the owners disappeared and stop responding to calls and emails once I left Coron. It wasn’t until Liveaboard.com started pushing them that I got only a proportion of that back 3 months later. (Fortunately Liveaboard.com came to the party and also gave me a credit for my next Liveaboard.com trip which I am grateful to them for.) These aren’t the operators you want to be dealing with if there is a problem. I’m not sure if the other guests got anything back from the operators. People were trying to vomit before they went for the dive so they wouldn’t be sick underwater and didn’t want to miss the dive. The operators would only compensate if they missed dives. Terrible policy. • When I was sick, the manager took me to a medical clinic for tests as I was very ill. Turns out he is part owner

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I’ve been diving and travelling for nearly 30 years and never had an experience this bad!!!
  • 10 Exzellent
  • Helena B
  • Deutschland Deutschland
Incredible experience for a low budget

Seeing and experiencing the intact and diverse coral reefs at Apo reefs

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Outstanding dive sites, fantastic staff, great value for money
  • 10 Exzellent
  • Laressa R
  • Neuseeland Neuseeland
Unbelievably friendly, knowledgable and flexible crew

The marine life. Guides pointed out several items of interest, were adaptable, flexible and friendly. You can tell the crew have been working together awhile, they all get on so well and help each other out.

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Apo reef diving, ship wreck diving, the food