Liveaboard Diving in Dumaguete

What To Expect On a Dumaguete Liveaboard

Liveaboards in Dumaguete will allow you to enjoy everything this town offers. Colonial in style, Dumaguete is a lovely town that serves as a departure port for scuba diving itineraries in the Dauin area. It combines its history with a recent tourist boom and is home to many high-end dive resorts. On the coast of the island of Negros, Dumaguete offers an easy spot from which to set sail on your liveaboard and enjoy what the seas of the Philippines have to offer. You can expect lush green forests, hot springs in the mountains, and tropical weather on land. You will enjoy being able to try your hand at a range of activities before or after your liveaboard dive trip from Dumaguete. Visit a sugar cane factory or coconut plantation at your leisure, or spend time on the volcanic sand beaches. If you're lucky enough to be in town on Wednesday, take yourself to the local Malatapay market. Most people visit this town to take a dive trip, and the best way to see the underwater sights here is on a live aboard dive trip.

Liveaboard Diving from Dumaguete

From Dumaguete, you will start your liveaboard tour off the volcanic sandy beaches to the underwater world created by these volcanic activities. The reefs you will see here on this luxury liveaboard are stunning and full of life. Created by thousands of years of volcanic activity, the reefs are home to lots of life: corals and creatures alike. You will be treated on your dive liveaboard to up to 4 dives a day, searching out rare species like the blue-ringed octopus and the elusive frogfish resident in these waters. Sail Dumaguete along the coast and beyond, finding wrecks and sites full of boulders for the larger sealife to take shelter. Your liveaboard tour will offer crystal-clear waters and beautiful scenery above and below the sea. Enjoy your diving safari while being treated with incredible hospitality on board. Best Dumaguete itineraries would include Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, and Snacks, including tropical fruits in your 2-3 hour breaks between dives, including drinks readily available during your resting time, and hammocks and sunroof decking to catch a few rays between dives while chatting to your new dive buddies.

Though there are many options to dive in Dumaguete, the best way to enjoy the diving here is on a liveaboard as you can take in many different dive sites in one day and spend more time at dive sites diving a few times at one site if they are providing particularly interesting life at the time you visit.

Getting To Dumaguete

You will more often than not arrive at the Philippine islands through the capital's Manila airport. From here, take a direct flight to Dumaguete, going twice daily. Alternatively, fly directly into Cebu and take the ferry crossing to Dumaguete for your dive cruise. There are options with Malaysian Airlines, Singapore Airlines, and Qatar Airways to fly to Cebu directly.