Wicked Squid Divers is passionate about the ocean and we constantly strive to share that passion with others. Diving with us starts with professionalism, safety and fun in mind. We are all about diving and the experience of being literally immersed in a beautiful, alien environment. There is no other activity that even comes close.
With over 50 years combined experience diving and teaching scuba, we are able to provide exceptional training and experiences to all levels of divers.
From just learning to seasoned pros, 'we got you'.
What we do
Why Choose NAUI?
This question gets asked often and is a good one to ask. It means you're taking your Scuba training seriously and looking for the best, safest and most thorough training as well as the options that will suit your needs best.
There are a plethora of quality Scuba training agencies to choose from all offering roughly the same thing: training that leads to an internationally recognized certification allowing you to enjoy the wonders of the under water world. What sets NAUI apart from others boils down to three basic things:
Standards - NAUI has been setting the highest standards for Scuba training world-wide since 1960.
Training - NAUI training is the best and most thorough in the industry making sure you are a confident, competent and safe diver.
Culture - NAUI is one of the oldest Scuba training agencies in the world and a non-profit, not a corporation. We don't answer to corporate shareholders - only to members - allowing us to focus on training, safety, and fun - not profits.
How to get to Boracay
Boracay is super easy to get to from Manila with multiple daily flights on several airlines between Caticlan (just across the channel from Boracay) or Kalibo (about a 2 hour van ride to the port in Caticlan) and Manila.
If arriving at Caticlan airport (MPH), you can catch a tricycle taxi (P50/person) from just outside the main airport entrance for the 5-minute ride to the ferry port. From there, it's a quick 10-15 minute ride via ferry to the island.
If coming from Kalibo, you can catch the designated vans (P250/person) from the airport to the ferry port in Caticlan. You can then catch the ferry as described above.
If you are a foreign visitor, the price for the ferry is P450 - P50 boat ticket, P100 terminal fee and P300 environmental fee.
If you are a Filipino national or resident residing outside of Aklan, the price is P300 - P50 boat ticket, P100 terminal fee and P150 environmental fee
If you are a local from Aklan (Aklanon) the price is P50 for the boat ticket only.
We do our best to meet arriving guests at either the airport in Caticlan, if arriving there, or at the ferry port, if coming from Kalibo, to help get through the ferry terminal process and escort to the island. We want your stay to be as enjoyable and stress-free as possible!
Feel free to contact us if you have any questions or even better with your arrival dates and times!