Hail to the recent ADEX – (Asia Dive Expo) in Singapore that generated about 57,000+ visitors! Thanks to so many of our friends for dropping by to say hello to us at the Philippines Department of Tourism booth. We’re looking forward to seeing many more divers from Singapore and Asia here.
Our good friends from Abyssworld were here again with tour guide Vincent. It was as fantastic few days with all of our signature dives, from Verde Island, Canyons, Alma Jane and finishing off with a great critter dive to the Giant Clams. Happy diving, on the rest of your travels and “au revoir” for now.
The next IDC will soon be upon us, are you ready to start the best career you will ever have?
Becoming a PADI professional takes a lot of hard work and the right attitude; your training begins before you even arrive at Asia Divers. Turning up well prepared will ensure your success and make your IDC a whole lot more fun!
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Asia Diver have charted the French Polynesia Master for a 10-day trip to Tahiti, more exact we will dive from Rangiroa to Fakarava with both islands inclusive.
Dates for the trip is May 17-27, 2017 and the boat have space for 25 divers and we have still spaces left. You have a choice of upper deck cabin for $ 5,975 or lower deck for $ 5,675, most cabin can be converted between Twin or Double bed settings.
For more details please click HERE.
If you are interested to join the trip please get in contact with Tommy who will lead the trip at email@example.com
The Instructor Development at Asia Divers is taking a turn to the electronic world with the eIDC… Less time sitting in the classroom and more time in the water, you can sign up to the PADI IDC eLearning and start your path to becoming a Dive Instructor.
Click on this link https://apps.padi.com/scuba-diving/elearning/?irra=2736 follow the instructions and start you’re most exciting career, today!
“With fifty people including 36 divers, we organized a trip to Puerto Galera for the 45th anniversary of our diving club “De Kreeft” (The Lobsters) from Belgium.
After a long exhausting journey, the enthusiastic team of El Galleon Beach Resort and Dive Center Asia Divers waited for us. Yes, it was already clear, it would be a fantastic week in the Philippines. Our high expectations were relieved by the professional team of Asia Divers, they guided us into the underwater world to the seahorses, frogfish, ghost pipefish, all kinds nudibranch, unseen coral,……….. Incredible! Also, the trip to Verde Island, an absolute must and with very nice dives. The friendly staff at the El Galleon Beach Resort made our stay as pleasant as possible, also the restaurant is highly recommended. After a week we had to return unfortunately to our home with only half of the group, the other half remained a week longer for some extra dives and to explore Mindoro.
Asia Divers and El Galleon, where service makes the difference.”
Stien (group leader)
Allan, Tommy and Alli will be at ADEX in Singapore this coming weekend. Please drop by the Philippine Department of Tourism booth CO1-08 at Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre, Level 4, Halls 401 – 403, 1 Raffles Boulevard, Suntec City. ADEX is the longest running and the largest dive expo in Asia celebrating its 21st year in 2016. A must-attend event for anyone interested or involved in the world of diving.
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Sign up for your Dive Master or Instructor course with Asia Divers at ADEX and get the Digital UW Photography Instructor specialty for no extra cost. This Instructor Specialty can be taught and obtained even by Dive Masters!
This blog is about interesting sea life that has been sent to us by SeaLifeBase. The one is about “Ocean Giants: Giant Clam”. As many of you know, we have many of these here in one of our dive sites in Puerto Galera. Please see: http://sealifebaseproject.blogspot.com/2015/03/ocean-giants-giant-clam.html
You can become a SeaLifeBase collaborator. WHAT is a “SeaLifeBase collaborator,” and WHO can be one? In a nutshell, SeaLifeBase collaborators are the people who help us by: a) sending or alerting us to references and photos, which we have not yet used; b) assembling data from published sources using a preformatted template; and/or c) verifying or correcting data that we have extracted and incorporated into the information system. Some of them are — but not limited to — biologists, taxonomists, scientists, and other experts. Some are aquarists, photographers, businessmen, and marine-life enthusiasts. Truly, we welcome contributions from anybody who has a passion for marine life. http://sealifebaseproject.blogspot.com/p/collaboration.html
What a great couple of weeks it has been to have our old friend back at Asia Divers. This time around Bruce managed to reach the dizzy heights of PADI Divemaster and of course no Divemaster Course is complete without a big party in the Point Bar.