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Scuba diving in the Philippines means a staggering array of variety, both in the type of dive sites and the abundance of marine life. With more than 7,000 islands and around 22,500 miles of coastline, it’s little surprise that the Philippines offers nearly as many dive sites as former first lady Imelda Marcos had shoes.

Divers with a penchant for the weird and small should remember their macro lenses because with mantis shrimp, pygmy seahorses, and nudibranchs aplenty, diving in the Philippines is a tiny treasure lover’s dream. That’s not to say the big stuff isn’t here, it certainly is. Mantas, sharks, mola mola, rays, and pelagic hunters all frequent the region.


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