The Philippine Siren crew got ready for another amazing liveaboard dive trip to Tubbataha Reefs. Reaching the Park, we started the day diving at Malayan Wreck twice, located at the Northwest tip of the North Atoll. School of big-eye trevally was seen at the reef margin, grey reef and white sharks were present swimming along the wall, Different schools of reef fishes were also enjoying the current such as: fusiliers, surgeonfish, pyramid butterflyfish, as well as yellowtail and blacktail barracuda. One the second dive, while cruising the gorgonian-filled wall, an unexpected friend showed up –Mr. Scalloped Hammerhead Shark. He gave us quite a show by swimming in circles several times before moving ahead into the blue-ness of the ocean. Everybody was thrilled and excited seeing our old friend. Next on the diving schedule was Gorgonian Wall.
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The Philippine Siren crew welcomed on board a new group of 16 guests all ready to enjoy a liveaboard dive trip in the Southern Visayas during Christmas time!
The first diving day started with a check dive at Talisay Tree, Cabilao, and what a nice start of the trip it was! The very pretty wall with lots of soft and hard corals amazed the guests. Purple anthias, different kinds of damsels and fusiliers were colouring the scenery, while we were finding many types of nudibranchs. We also found a ringed pipefish carrying eggs, which was very special.