Pinagbuyutan Island, top destination for a traveling diver

Pinagbuyutan Island is probably everyone’s favorite island in El Nido. White sand and towering cliffs, high up to 337 meters, will take your breath away with all its beauty. If you are a traveling diver, don’t forget to bring your scuba diving gear and a camera.

Do you love adventures or your soul keeps telling you to go out in nature and explore? Then go visit some new locations you have never been to. This year, Philippines are extremely popular. El Nido for instance is in the top five destination for a lot of travelers. You can check out Pinagbuyutan Island, El Nido for important tips.

You can find various activities in the Philippines.

Skipper Charters can take you all over, to see the islands. Snorkeling will relax you and charge your batteries. And scuba diving will give you the ultimate satisfaction on Pinagbuyutan Island. There are many unexplored locations where you can scuba dive and have the most amazing experiences in your journey.

Enjoy planing your vacation

Most of the people these days have busy and fast lives, and not much time for holidays, enjoyment and fun. We all get lost in our imagination of how to seize our days off. For any traveler, the most interesting and inspiring thing is to plan the perfect location for the next trip.

Traveling diver

For the adventurous soul, scuba diving is in the top five things to do when we are thinking about vacations. Like in every sport or recreation, there are some basic things you need to cover.

We all wondered at some time; What scuba diving gear do you need? How long will you be able to dive with the equipment you have etc.. Now, what do you need to know if you are a beginner diver?  

First of all, scuba diving is a great sport but it is not harmless. You can suffer nitrogen narcosis or decompression sickness, you can even drown, but whoever let that stop him? These days you can enjoy scuba diving in almost every known travel location in the world. There are countless diving centers in the world, where you can take diving courses, rent or buy diving gear, and even get your PADI license to be a professional diver. It does not exclude Pinagbuyutan Island either.

Basic gear for scuba diving

Diving suit – It’s not necessary but this is a really great thing to have and wear when you dive.

Fins – It makes swimming easier and faster.

Mask – It allows you to look underwater.

Snorkel – If you do not go deep underwater, this device will allow you to breathe.

Advanced gear for scuba diving

Regulator – Device which controls the pressure of the air, gauge, computer, buoyancy compensator, octo, gloves, knife, etc.. Wearing too much equipment is not recommended, but wearing the necessary and quality diving gear will give you the assurance of longer and deeper diving.

With the proper gear in your diving bag, your adventure can begin. Whether your motivation is exploring the coral reefs or searching for old artifacts, treasures, and shipwrecks. Scuba diving in the Philippines will give you an extraordinary experience. 

If you get lucky you may find a lot of valuables underwater. People have found lots of interesting things when scuba diving for a treasure. Such as historical artifacts and gold coins worth millions. Back in 1968. Nicholas Flemming even came across the whole town underwater in Peloponnese, Greece. 

In a world full of exciting opportunities, scuba diving is recommended by many. It is the ultimate recreational sport to overcome stress, make your life more fun and break out from your monotony in daily life. 

4 comments

    • Awesome ! Keep on diving and posting 😀 I’ve heard stories from my close friend that a few days ago, somewhere near that exact spot on Pinagbuyutan Island, group of fisherman finds some kind of porcelain skull with snakes around it, allegedly a very old artifact. I got so much inspiration about the destination and the story but I just can’t find any information about that on Google. I hope I get some more information to write about it!

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