The Tubbataha Reef Marine Park located in the Philippines, is enrolled in the World Heritage Site in 1993. National Park is home to beautiful coral reefs, with a great diversity of marine life including whales, dolphins, sharks and turtles. The site is now three times more than before, increasing from 33,000 hectares to 97,000. Its reefs host over 350 species of coral and almost 500 species of fish.
Besides the picturesque swimming, Tubbataha reef diving area is a classic, steep-walled, shallow lagoons and coral reefs full of marine life. Very common is Jessie Beazley riff, a huge column of water that rise from the depths to the surface.
By Maria Morari
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