FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

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Climate

See Romblon Weather and Climate


Currency

The currency of the Philippines is the Philippine Peso (In the Philippines it is called Piso), abbreviation: PHP, PP or just P. 1 Peso = 100 Centavos. Beside Philippine Peso we accept US Dollar and Euro for payment.


Diving license /diving certificate

A valid diving certificate is needed to be able to dive with our dive center.


Nitrox

Although we have a Nitrox system we cannot offer Nitrox at the moment due to the lack of regular oxygen supply. We hope that this will change in the near future.


Visa

Citizens from 157 countries can now enter the Philippines visa-free for a stay of 30 or less days. You can find a full list of visa-free countries here: Philippine Embassy

The count of the 30 days starts on the day after the arrival in the Philippines. So, if you arrive on 1 January 2015, you must depart the Philippines on or before 31 January 2015.

If you are planning a visit of 30 days or less, you only need to fulfill two requirements.
– You passport should be valid 6 months beyond your date of arrival in the Philippines.
– You must have a return ticket or an outbound ticket to another country of destination. For example, if you plan on heading back home right after your trip you should have a return ticket to Germany or if you’re planning on doing some further traveling, an outbound ticket to your next country of destination.


Water temperature

See Romblon Weather and Climate