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Fun & Sun Dive Travel

#5 Regency Crest condominium
Saturnino road
Banilad, cebu city 6000
Philippines
Telephone: (63-32)3433410
Fax: (63-32) 343-3357
Email Address: sito@funsundivetravel.com
Web Address: http://www.funsundivetravel.com
Dive Cebu/Bohol/Visaya. We specialize in dive safaris from Mactan to Bohol sites and Dumaguete. We also have a dive shop at Malapascua.




About the Philippines

The the more than 7,000 islands of the Philippines are blessed by being surrounded by Pacific Ocean, Philippines Sea, Sulu Sea, South China Sea and Celebs Sea, all offering divers one one the most diverse underwater environments available. The tropical Philippines are divided into 3 geographical regions, Luzon in the north, Visayas central, and Mindanao in the south.

Scuba diving in warm crystal clear waters with underwater visibility of up to 150 ft. divers find more than 800 types of soft and hard corals, shipwrecks, drop-offs, and over 2,000 species of fish.

Looking for palagics? Imagine running into mantas and sharks at the Apo Reef, whale sharks in Sorsogon, or manatees in Palawan. Puerto Galera will wow you with vast fields of coral and rare species of fish. One of the major destinations when it comes to wreck diving, is Coron, worldwide known for its sunken Japanese fleet from World War II as well as commercial shipwrecks.

Photographers will be astounded with the small fishes, sponges, colorful corals and gorgonians. You may even experience rarely see exotic fishes like Spanish dancer, harlequin ghost-pipefish, camouflaged frogfish, fire gobies and various species of Seahorses.

Air Travel

The international airports are located in Cebu, Clark, Davao, General Santos, Iloilo, Kalibo, Laoag, Manila, Puerto Princesa, and Zamboanga.

The Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminals 1, 2 and 3 in Manila are the premier gateways. They serve more than 30 airlines that fly to different cities around the world.

The Mactan-Cebu International Airport (MCIA) in Lapu-Lapu City handles regular flights from Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, Doha and China as well as chartered flights from the United States, and other major travel capitals.

Davao International Airport (also known as Francisco Bangoy International Airport) handles flights from Singapore and other chartered flights.

The Diosdado Macapagal International Airport (DMIA) at the Clark Special Economic Zone in Angeles City, Pampanga currently services low-cost or budget airlines and chartered flights while Subic in Olongapo City services both chartered and cargo planes.

Laoag International Airport in Ilocos Norte services flights from Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macau.

Philippine Airlines (PAL), the country’s flag carrier, flies to and from 14 cities in eight countries.

The younger Cebu Pacific Air, also a flag carrier, is known for its budget flights and frequent seat sales.

Entry Requirements

nationals from 151 countries may enter the Philippines without a visa and stay for a maximum of thirty (30) days, provided they are holders of a passport valid at least six (6) months beyond the period of stay in the Philippines, and present a return or outward bound ticket to their country of origin or to a next country of destination.

Chinese Nationals, including citizens for Hong Kong and Taiwan, will need a special permit.

Health Regulations

The Philippines is fortunate to be free from epidemics. The country remains safe from bird flu and foot-and-mouth diseases.

If you’re coming from an area where yellow fever has been reported, you’ll need a certificate of vaccination.

Customs

Before leaving the plane, you will be asked to fill out the Baggage Declaration Form.

The following items are allowed duty-free:
A reasonable quantity of personal clothes, jewelry, and toiletries
Two cartons of cigarettes or two tins of pipe tobacco
Up to two (2) liters of alcohol

The following items are prohibited:
Firearms
Dangerous drugs
Narcotics
Pornographic materials

The following items are regulated:
Transceivers
DVDs and VCDs
Controlled chemicals/substances/precursors

The following items are restricted and require prior import permits and health, sanitary or phytosanitary certificates:
Foreign agricultural products, such as animals, plants, wildlife
Their products and by-products, such as meat, eggs, fruit
Endangered species

 


 










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