Coral Garden Philippines

Philippines, Pacific
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Snorkeling and Scuba Diving at Coral Garden Philippines

Immature white-tip reef sharks, surgeonfish, triggerfish and moray eels. Off Mindoro Island's Sabang Beach
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Fridays Diving Center
Fridays Diving Center
Boquete, Sto Nino,
Peurto Galera
Oriental Mindoro, null 5203
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Scandi Divers
Scandi Divers
Big Laguna Beach
Oriental Mindoro
Puerto Galera, null null
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La Laguna Dive Center
La Laguna Dive Center
Big La Laguna Beach
Oriental Mindoro
Puerto Galera, null 5203
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Lalaguna Villas Luxury Dive Resort and Spa
Lalaguna Villas Luxury Dive Resort and Spa
Small Lalaguna, Sabang
Oriental Mindoro
Puerto Galera, null 5203
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Red Sun Dive Resort
Red Sun Dive Resort
Small Lalaguna,
Oriental Mindoro
Puerto Galera, null 5203
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Arkipelago Divers
Arkipelago Divers
Small La Laguna,
Oriental Mindoro
Puerto Galera, null 5203
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Aura Resort
Aura Resort
Small La Laguna Brgy Sabang
Oriental Mindoro
Puerto Galera, null 5203
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Asia Divers Inc
Asia Divers Inc
Small La Laguna Beach
Oriental Mindoro
Puerto Galera, null null
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Shark Diving Shop
Shark Diving Shop
Sabang
PG Oriental Mindoro
Puerto Galera, null 5203
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Orient Pearl Dive Center
Orient Pearl Dive Center
Muelle Poblacion
Puerto Galera
Oriental Mindoro, null 5203
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Kendall Roberg
Kendall Roberg
May 4, 2007, 12:00 AM
scuba
The most difficult part of this dive is getting a dive shop to actually loan you gear to shore dive. The currents around the island can be very intense and dive shops are hesitant to let you go out there on your own. I managed to get a few dives in at Coral Gardens and the place is spectacular, a wonderful reef with great fish life and some unique artifacts sunk down there (mostly huge cement blocks used as anchors). If you are getting certified at one of the local dive shops, this is usually the first dive they take you on-- all the remaining dives are off bancas (small outboard motor boats). Most the dive is 15 to 30 feet, but the reef continues out to 50-60 feet or so.
Originally posted on shorediving.com
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