The final underwater photography for this first trip for the Wild Philippines project took place on the coral reefs off the southwest coast of Bohol, in the south of the Philippines.
Specifically, we did a few dives around Panglao Island and the nearby Balicasag Island. The former is quite a large island, one of the Philippines most popular tourism attractions, while Balicasag is a tiny island, a marine reserve, a few kilometres off the southwest tip of Panglao.
The reefs here are superb, with a huge range of hard and soft corals, as well as quite a mix of both reef and pelagic fish. A really exciting place to dive.
The video below shows some of the diving done over two days around these two islands. I hope you like it! You can also see this video at www.facebook.com/nigelhicksphotography, where you’ll be able to share the video with your friends and followers.