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January 20, 2019 Sunday from 03:30 AM to 10:00 PM (HKT)
Bunker Dive Resort

About Fish Day Trip 190120

A fun dive with a school of fish for our past participants!

Our Fish Day Trip is 3500 pesos. Each trip has a skin diving review, a practice dive, a session on Sustainable Tour Practices including Marine Life Interaction Tips, and a fun dive. The fee includes:

• A comfortable van transportation to and from Binukbok
• Roundtrip boat transfers
• The resort entrance fee
• Ala carte lunch
• The safest and friendliest skin diving guides
• Equipment rental (mask, snorkel, fins), if needed


4:30 Call Time McDonald's Katipunan (in front of Ateneo)
4:45 Pick up at Mcdonald's Shell EDSA cor. Buendia
Breakfast at a Gas Station along the way
8:30 ETA Binukbok Parking
9:00 ETA Resort, Skin Diving Review & Breath-hold Practice
10:00 Shore Dive 1
12:00 Lunch
13:00 Sustainable Tour Practices & Marine Life Interaction Session
14:00 Shore Dive 2
18:00 Depart, Dinner on the way home
22:00 ETA Manila

This event is for those who are already comfortable in deep water and know the basics of skin diving. Non-swimmers & those with no knowledge in skin diving are advised to take a Starter Pool Session first. Below is our available session. The links beside the schedules lead to details and sign ups:

Starter Pool Session
January 12, 9AM-12NN
January 13, 2PM-5PM


⚠️ Please stay healthy. For your safety we will not allow those who are sick, especially with colds, to dive.
⚠️ We strictly DO NOT accept walk-ins
⚠️ FOR OFFLINE PAYMENTS: Your slot is only confirmed and secured after sending us your transaction record and receiving the confirmation email.
⚠️ Kindly make sure you have read and understood the reservation and cancellation policies below before purchasing your ticket.

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Bunker Dive Resort

Bunker Dive Resort

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About the Organizer

Reef Nomads

Reef Nomads reconnects people to the ocean through guided skin diving tours. Skin diving is a cross between snorkeling and scuba diving. Like scuba diving, skin diving involves submerging ourselves in water to look closely at marine life. But we only have the minimal equipment snorkelers use—a mask, snorkel, and fins. We use this lifestyle sport to make the youth conscious of the ocean. We make marine conservation fun, accessible, and personal.

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