Monday, 24 September 2007

Scuba diving in Moalboal

Scuba diving in Moalboal has increased dramatically over the past ten years as the reputation of this secluded part of Cebu in the Philippines has increased amongst scuba divers.

The majority of the scuba diving in Moalboal is done on the large walls which can be found here, many of which can be found only metres from the beach, and yet which drop down hundreds of metres to the depths below. Here, a wide range of marine life can be found, including a wide selection of lionfish, wrasse and other more common reef life.

The scuba diving in Moalboal is available throughout the year, although it is best to try and get here around the dry season, which runs from November through until May. At this time of year, the visibility in the area is at its best, and can often exceed 30 metres in some areas. You can also find out more about scuba diving holidays and the scuba diving in the Philippines at the Scubaworld web site.