What is more romantic than exploring eerie sunken ships?
Whether you're a seasoned diver of a mere beginner, you and your significant other can embark on exclusive shipwreck dives off the coasts of Palawan island, located in the Philippines.
Our first recommendation is a secluded island called, Sangat Island Dive Resort. This resort has been featured in a number travel publications such as Dive Magazine UK and Dive Log Australasia, and claim to have eleven historically important World War II Japanese shipwrecks "just minutes away from their doorstep."
Couples who stay at Sangat can take advantage of the "buy 10 dives, get 1 free" diving package and although this location is a haven for divers, don't worry if you've never tried. Novices are welcome, too, as they offer courses for beginners. The "discover scuba" or "open-water diver" certification is required.
Sangat can also go all out for couples, especially ones looking to wed. Complementing the scuba diving couples package, they will organize private and romantic dinners for two; including private service, decorations. and a complete meal. Upon request, they will even organize an exclusive wedding-for-two or elopement ceremonies.
Also worth mentioning, nearby Sangat are the diving eco-adventures at El Nido Resorts' Apulit Island and Minolic Island. They're recipients of many travel industry awards, recently including Conde Nast Traveler's 2016 Gold List for Best Resorts in the World.
At Apulit Island, one can "Dive and discover sunken treasures just off the beach, with a Japanese ship wreck and a plethora of marine species to greet guests." In Miniloc, guests "Swim with the 1.5-meter jack fish and get up close and personal with a variety of marine species just at its house reef."