Staying at a dive shop accommodation likely means you’ll be apart of a big group of other travelers with the same idea of scuba diving for the first time. Especially when you’re doing your Open Water. It could get crowded, but it’s great to live and breathe the vibe while you’re at it. If this is for you, go for it.
About the Author
Tommy Walker originates from Northeast England. He began his journey on the road back in 2012 throughout Asia, Oceania and Latin America. Now, over 4 years in, he is a freelance travel writer and content marketing specialist. Tommy has visited the Philippines twice and especially raves about Banaue. He has attended Sinulog festival, swum with Whalesharks and even DJ’d in Boracay!He was featured in the Business Insider, BBC and Choose Philippines. Tommy goes by his own motto “every new place is a good place.”If you don’t see Tommy focused doing Hot Yoga, trailing through rainforests, ducking into the ocean or eating local street food, you’ll see him at a small bar drinking what the locals drink!