Out in the vastness of Sulu Sea, Tatler explores the surreal Tubbataha Reefs, the only purely marine UNESCO World Heritage Site in Southeast Asia…
Lonely Planet names 3 Philippine sites among parks with ‘surprisingly spectacular diving’; Rosette Adel; PhilStar
Travel guide book publisher Lonely Planet recently cited three diving sites of the Philippines in its article where it featured national parks with “surprisingly spectacular diving.”
The multimedia travel guidebook company Lonely Planet has cited several Philippine diving areas as among the “most surprisingly spectacular” in the world.
Definitely a lot to see and experience in this tropical paradise.
As corals worldwide find themselves besieged, Tubbataha Reef remains shockingly pristine. Why?
It was a quintessential Tubbataha dive—volatile currents, tons of fish, and a big surprise.
Tubbataha Reef celebrated its 25th anniversary as a Marine Protected Area last August 11…
Source: That morning in Tubbataha
25 years after Tubbataha was awarded World Heritage Status by UNESCO, the site stands as a stunning example of how a marine protected area can handle illegal fishing, funding shortfalls and other challenges — and inspire others.
Source: The Jewel of the Coral Triangle