Snorkeling with Kasai Village Dive Team is, for most people, the best day of their holiday!
If you have never tried snorkeling in the Philippines then you have really missed out on something! The Philippines has one of the warmest seas in the world. There are so many different species of animals that it feels like swimming in an enormous aquarium. Check out our page Marine Life!
If you have never found fish or snorkeling interesting before, you definitely will after snorkeling in the Philippines with the Kasai Village Dive Team. Our snorkelers see such a wide variety of underwater life that they find it hard to believe it’s a real sea they’re swimming in.
Our snorkel guides are some of the most experienced snorkel guides you can find. They are able to make even the most anxious beginner feel safe when snorkeling. Our equipment is top quality, modern and new. We have equipment of all sizes, including those suitable for children.
There is always a snorkel guide on our snorkel boat who knows first aid so our service is high quality. Kasai Village Dive Team is known for its very friendly staff who ensure that you have an unforgettable snorkeling and diving experience. We promise to do our very best so that you will have a fun and exciting day on the sea with us.
We have a number of snorkelers who return to us year after year to enjoy the reefs from the surface… You won’t be disappointed!
For many of our guests, a snorkel trip to Pescador Island, Bais Bay, Dolphin House or Kasai Village’s own House Reef was the best trip of their holiday. We work to give you the best memories to last for the rest of your life.
We will take you into shallow waters, where you will enjoy a variety of colorful tropical fish swimming around hard and soft corals. The Tañon Strait features several species of corals, making this corner of paradise one of the richest coral reefs in the world.
You might enjoy swimming around with Parrotfish, Anemone fish, Angel fish, Blue-spotted stingrays, Butterfly fish or maybe even a few Hawksbill Turtle or Green Turtle and, if lucky, you might get to see a whale shark.
Get ready for some great adventures!
|Snorkeling Trips & Non Divers||Price|
|Snorkel tour by boat including Guide||₱1,620|
|Snorkel tour at shoreline Including Guide||₱1,170|
The resort has all of the snorkel equipment you need to enjoy a fantastic experience in the water. No need to purchase or bring your own gear with you. If you wish to travel light, leaving your own equipment at home and we’ll supply everything you need at a very modest rental price.
|Mask, Snorkel, Fins & Boots||₱400|
|Wetsuit 2,5mm Shorty or 3mm Full suit||₱315 / ₱360|
|Sealife Underwater Camera||₱1,350|
To get the most out of your snorkeling experience, you may find these tips helpful. Also, the crew is always happy to answer your questions and provide any assistance.
Using the Mask
To try on the mask, move the strap and brush your hair out of the way. Gently push the mask onto your face. Gently inhale through your nose to seal the mask to your face. If the mask remains there unsupported, then it is making a good seal. It is best to try on and adjust the mask straps before entering the water. If any assistance is needed, one of the crew members will gladly help. In order to prevent the mask from fogging up while in use, there is a defogging solution available on the boat.
Using the Snorkel
To keep the snorkel upright while you are swimming face down on the surface of the water, you may need to adjust the snorkel strap properly on the mask strap. Now you can just float or swim along the surface, breathing through the snorkel and observing the underwater world below.
Fins aren’t really a necessity for snorkeling but they help you to move around more quickly so that you can see more of the underwater world. Before entering the water, one of the crew will provide you with a pair of fins. It is easiest to put the fins on while sitting on or near the diving platform. Walking with your fins on is a bit hard, not to mention that it looks awkward! When you wish to return to the boat, it is easier to take your fins off near the ladder and hand them up to one of the crew before attempting to climb out of the water. One of the crew is always on or near the ladder to assist you getting back onto the boat.
The southwest coast of Cebu Island has a lot of corals. Coral is made by tiny creatures who go out and collect discarded razor blades and cement them together to build sturdy, defensible homes. Okay, I’m kidding. A coral is actually quite fragile and can be easily damaged by clumsy swimmers and generally kills it so please avoid contact with the coral. It is often razor sharp which is another reason to avoid contact.
For the safety of the marine life and yours, as a general rule of thumb, don’t touch anything.
What are the physical requirements for snorkeling?
Snorkeling has no specific physical requirements. You just have to be in a generally good health to snorkel. If in doubt, please consult your physician.
Can I snorkel while pregnant?
Please consult your physician.
Are there changing rooms available?
There are restrooms at the Dive centre and on the boat that can be used as changing rooms.
Do I need to know how to swim?
Yes, basic swimming skills are required. A snorkel vest will be provided.
Can I change my mind and go snorkeling once I am on the boat?
Yes, just pay the Dive center for the difference.
What do I need to bring with me?
Bring a towel and swimsuit.
What is available on the boat?
Water, fruits, and snacks.
Is there a place to keep my belongings on the boat?
Yes, there are areas on the boat that you can put your things to keep them safe and dry.
Don’t miss this wonderful and exciting opportunity! Take that first step and book now through our booking page. Our friendly staff will be happy to assist you arrange your trip.