Let’s have some fun! Already a certified diver? Then now is the time to explore the best dive sites of Panglao, Bohol with us!
The wetsuit has the mission of keeping our body warm while we are in the water. There are different thicknesses, choosing one or another depends on the temperature of the water where you are going to dive.
Fins are another important essential to your scuba diving equipment. When diving, fins let you move through the water seamlessly, without wasting too much energy.
A BCD is a device that will allow us to control neutral buoyancy underwater and keep us in positive buoyancy when we are on the surface. Depending on the configuration we use, there are different models of BCD. The most common in recreational diving is the jacket.
The diving tank is the device that keeps compressed the air mixture that we are going to breathe. According to the material, we have two types of tanks. They can be made of steel or aluminum.
A complete list of scuba diving equipment has to include a good mask, or you will not be able to see underwater. Choose well, verify that the skirt adjusts well to your face.
Never forget the regulator, as this is what allows you to breathe underwater. The regulator has a part called the first stage that connects to your scuba tank and moves air from the tank when you inhale. There is also a part called the second stage, which is what you put in your mouth to breath from.
A dive computer tells you how much time you have left to finish your dive. These devices calculate through algorithms that take into account the data obtained during the dive and compare it to your decompression model.
The dive belt is the part of the equipment that will help us compensate for the elements that cause positive buoyancy, such as air bubbles in our wetsuit or the human body itself. With it we will be able to dive more easily.
We maintain our rental diving equipment and any other equipment ourselves, which means we are sure about the quality of our diving gears we will provide to you! At Haka Dive Center, our staff is trained to maintain our scuba diving gears as well as providing assistance and helping you to choose the best equipment suited for you.
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Our dive center and our professional divers are proud sponsors and restoration divers for the CORAL RESCUE project. As part of the Panglao local dive community we are eager and passionate about restoring, conserving, educating tourist divers about our reef and our incredible corals. If you are interested in booking a dive to the coral nursery or to take part in underwater tasks, please contact us.
Around Panglao we have many wonderful dive spots great for all levels. You´ll love the Philippines’ underwater scenery! Within minutes of the dive center we have Danao Wall, Haka Point or even the Alona wreck… You’ll be impressed by biodiversity, including many different species of frogfish, sea snakes, moray eel, octopus, scorpion fish, nudibranchs, turtles… and if you are lucky, maybe even a whale shark!
De dive trip is starting at 8AM and finishes after 2 dives at 1PM and after 3 dive at 3PM. Included in the trips are equipment rental, environmental fees, boat ride, guide, snacks&Fruits on board, Coffee/Tea/Water. If 3 dives lunch is also included. Dive computer is not included
To make a reservation we need you to send your: full name, date of birth, nationality and a picture of your diving license.
Balicasag Island is where you will find a 400 meter Marine Sanctuary of healthy corals with plenty of pelagic visitors characterized by vertical walls over deep waters with strong currents. ... A sandy shell coral line beach surrounds the island, which in turn, is fringed by a narrow reef shelf, 30-165 ft/10-55m wide.
The dive trip starts at 8AM and finishes around 3:30PM. The trip includes 3 dive, Equipment rental, Environmental, Fees, Boat ride, Ticket, Guide, Snacks&Fruits on board, Coffee/Tea/Water, Lunch. *Dive computer is not included
Balicasag is a marine protected area. It's a rule and regulation from the government that there are only 150 divers allowed per day. We have to reserve your marine ticket in advance. To make a reservation we need you to send your: full Name, date of birth, nationality and a picture of your diving license.
Pamilacan island is a wild authentic non touristy island and it’s another top diving destination. Maybe it’s not as famous as Balicasag Island, but at the dive spots around the island we can find amazing marine life and plenty of stunning soft corals. On the way there, if we are lucky, we can spot some dolphins.
The dive trip starts at 8AM and finishes around 4:30PM. The trip includes 3 dive, Equipment rental, Environmental, Fees, Boat ride, Ticket, Guide, Snacks&Fruits on board, Coffee/Tea/Water, Lunch. *Dive computer is not included
To make a reservation we need you to send your: Full name, date of birth, nationality and a picture of your diving license.
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