The feeling of weightlessness amazes me, to be an astronaut was my dream when I was a kid. And diving is the closest thing that I can get to this fantasy. The thrill of conquering the uncertainty underwater is definitely a one of a kind experience, crossing it out from my bucket list is another.
I’ve always been fascinated with sea creatures – gliding mantas, playful dolphins, breathtaking sharks, gentle giant whales, camouflaging octopus, territorial nemos and the list goes on. These are the things that make me dive over and over again. Seeing and truly experiencing the marine life is exceptional.
divers.ph is a community of divers in the Philippines that brings awareness of the underwater life with the aim of protecting and conserving the majestic life beneath through active participation in coral propagation and creation of coral nurseries as a way of giving back to the community and to the environment.
divers.ph has partnered with Project AWARE, OceanQuest and Sea Shepherd Dive. These are movements in protecting the ocean through conservation and environment programs.
divers.ph is a scuba diving school in the Philippines that conducts PADI entry level certification dive courses and dive lessons to advanced dive classes. This dive school can help interested individuals who wanted to learn how to scuba dive. The confined water dives (pool session) of the open water diver course are usually held in dive shops in Metro Manila, Philippines. There are dive centers located in Manila, Makati, San Juan, Taguig, Ortigas and Paranaque. The Open Water dives are held in Anilao, Batangas, Philippines.
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To see the underwater life. To try new adventure. To “defy” gravity. To experience something new. To see the other 70% that covers the earth surface. To experience peace and tranquility down there. To travel. To see creatures one would never thought of. To meet new friends. To conserve and protect the seas. These are some of the many reasons one dives and the list goes on. So why dive? Why not.