In the Sulu Sea, about 100 nautical miles east of Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Philippines, lies the Tubbataha Reef, which is a Philippine marine sanctuary
and open to scuba divers only three months of the year. It's also a UNESCO World Heritage Site and without question, one of the greatest
diving experiences on the planet. Only slivers of the reef are above sea level, but beneath the surface is an unbelievably rich and diverse ecosystem.
Learn more about Tubbataha at www.tubbatahareef.org. Happily, I can say I've been there twice...
Tubbataha - March 2009
Tubbataha - June 2008
Tubbataha - March 2008