October is the time to go to Dahab (close to Sharm el Sheihk) - the best season for Egypt! I'm going there and inviting all who's interested :) Diving in the underwater cosmic landscapes and coral gardens of the Red Sea + desert, sand dunes, the El Arada Canyon and spending a night in the ringing silence under the stars!
Having visited all divecenters on Camiguin which we could find (there was 6 of them) we desided to go with one of the cheapest with a funny owner – Souldivers. What we got from the descriptions, there were 2 the most interesting spots for experienced divers: White island and Mantigue island.
Mexico is famous for diving in the Carribean reefs and cenotes. It is the number one place on the planet for cenote diving.
Bohol is located in the middle of Philippine archipelago and is a part of Visaya region. It's famous among divers mainly for it's variable macro stuff and Balicasag island. It can be called one of the best Visaya dive-sites and probably Philippines in general.
Dahab is famous for it’s landscape diving and of course good visibility which is in generaly typical for the Red Sea.
Many tourists think there’s no diving on paradise Boracay island. Beautiful beaches but absolutely nothing to see under water. After having lived and dived there for 6 months I can claim: unless it is not the most outstanding diving place in Philippines, diving in Boracay does exist! You just need to know the sites :-)
My hidden paradise on Earth, this secluded island takes a very special place in my heart. Not only because of the beauty of it’s white sandy beaches and atmosphere of tranquility but also because of diving. This place is famous all over Philippines for diving with one of my favorite underwater creatures – graceful thresher shark.