Dive Rates


*inclusive of weights, air, guide & refreshments on the boat

Boat Dive Php 900
Shore Dive Php 765
Night Dive Php 990


Complete set, per day Php 300
Flashlight, per dive Php 250
Compass, per day Php 100
Nitrox per tank (1 tank FREE per day) Php 250
Snorkelling (fins-booties-mask-snorkel) Php 100


5 dive package
(incl. weight, air, guide & refreshments on the boat)
Php 4,275
10 dive package
(incl. weight, air, guide & refreshments on the boat)
Php 8,100


Materials are provided, exclusive of DIVEMASTER.
Discover Scuba Diving Php 3,000
Scuba Diver Php 10,550
Open Water Php 15,450
Advanced Open Water Php 11,900
Emergency First Response Php 5,500
NITROX Php 11,800
Rescue Diver Php 16,000
Divemaster (with own equipment) with own crew pack Php 31,500
Divemaster (without equipment) with own crew pack Php 37,125
Moalboal Government Marine Park Entrance Fee Php 100 per dive


All diving courses are only facilitated through and by the Dive Centre Staff. We do not accommodate external instructor certification


If you have special needs, or would like to have a dive professional to guide your dives, please contact us in advance to make the necessary arrangements.We work hard to provide a safe and enjoyable experience for all our customers. It may be necessary for us to use additional staff, schedule additional classes, pool, or open water sessions or make other accommodations for our customers to ensure the best possible experience.

These additional services may require an additional fee above our standard rates.


The dive centre can make all the necessary arrangements for your transfer from Mactan International to Moalboal in an air-conditioned car or mini bus.

Price for car transfer is Php 3100 each way. Mini-bus $POA



Due to connection problems we are not currently able to process credit card payments. Payments for transfers, accommodation and diving can be settled in cash on check-out. ATM services are now available in Moalboal and withdrawals can be made using foreign cards.

Cash Payment is preferred in PH Peso, however, US$, and Euro are also accepted.

Last Updated: 05/04/2016
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