Tubbataha Reef National Marine Park
World Heritage Site
Tubbataha Reef, Philippines
Tubbataha Reef is an uninhabited islands and reefs where the part of the island minicipality of Cagayancillo, Palawan, located roughly 130 kilometres (81 miles) to the northeast of the reef. It is found in Philippines where it is in the middle of Sulu Sea. Also, it is a natural site. The year of inscription was in 1993.
Tubbataha Reef Diving via Expedition Fleet Oceanic Explorer [GoPro HD]
What can we experience at the site?
We went on a scuba driving and saw a coral reef with a high density of marine species. There are less than 573 species of fish, 373 species of corals, 11 species of sharks, 12 species of dolphins and whales, nesting hawksbill and green sea turtle.
We also went to the Apo Reef where it is near tubbataha reef. It is a world's second largest contigious coral reef system and the largest in the country. Also, it is one of the best known and most popular dive sites in the country.