Wellbeach Scuba Diving Resort – Diving Rates

Here at Wellbeach Scuba Diving Resort, we aim to keep our diving rates as low as we possibly can whilst maintaining our high standards of safety and providing quality diving. We can offer discounts on bulk accommodation and diving packages, these are available on request.

Please note that government dive fees are not included in our prices, please remember to keep this in mind when we ask for these fees after you’ve dived with us. For details of the latest government dive fees, then please contact us.

Please Note

Rates may change without prior notice

DIVING RATES  
SINGLE DIVE1 Dive, tank, weights & guide1,350 Pesos
MULTIPLE DIVES
Apo Island Dive Package Incl. Boat trip & guide / coffee, tea, water, fruits, snack. Equipment 850 Pesos per day if needed.3 Dives3,900 Pesos
2 Dives3,400 Pesos
4 to 9 dives by boat or car & guide1,200 Pesos/ per dive
10 to 15 dives by boat or car & guide1,250 Pesos/ per dive
16 to 23 dives by boat or car & guide1,200 Pesos/ per dive
24 and more dives by boat or car & guide 1,100 Pesos/ dive
SPECIAL DIVES
Night dives additional350 Pesos
EAN x Nitrox additonal per Tank250 Pesos

Wellbeach Dive Resort will take you to any of the Negros Oriental dive sites, please contact us for the rates of the long distance dive sites, and book in advance so we can prepare the boat, staff and equipment, if you have further questions, please Contact us

Tips on Dive Lights (Waterproof)

Dive lights are used for illuminating dark crevices during day dives. Lights are most commonly used for night dives. The lights are designed to be waterproof (sealed with an o-ring) and come in many shapes and sizes.

Tips for an enjoyable night dive
Make your night dive enjoyable by doing advance preparation. The prep work ensures your dive party’s safety and allows you to focus on the adventure itself. The better you plan the more prepared you are for unexpected problems, whether it is foul weather or a piece of equipment that fails.

  • Pack your primary scuba light, a backup light and marker light, which should illuminate your ascent line. Bring fresh batteries.
  • Organize your diving equipment during daylight hours. Make sure all safety equipment is on board the dive boat.
  • Check weather and current conditions ahead of time. Make sure your dive buddy is outfitted and ready to go.
  • When diving, don’t shine your strobe in your buddy’s face. It will temporarily blind and disorient the diver.
  • Don’t switch your dive light off and on frequently. Equipment failure usually happens with the switch.
  • Try to dim your light by covering it with your hands, so you do not over brighten the underwater area you are viewing.
  • Learn light signals that divers use at night. Waving your light up and down means “Help!” Making a big circle with your light signals “OK.”
  • If you surface far from the boat, shine the light on it to get attention. Then shine the scuba light on your head, so the dive boat can get to you. If you keep the light on the boat, no one will be able to see and find you.