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The resort is very disappointing. Apart from the dive and boat crew, and bartender Albino, who are really excellent and totally committed, the resort is in poor shape. It definitely has seen its best days long time ago, as it would need a proper refurbishing...More
Response from KasaiVillage, General Manager at Kasai Village Dive & Spa ResortResponded 4 days ago
I’m the general manager and I am responding to your comments which caused me a great concern since you rate us with the lowest score for the very first time in 12 years of operation.
I was not at the resort (attended Marine...More
Was spacious with a great view of the Sea, small patio and clothes line. There was no TV and sketchy wifi.
The power was out for a whole day whilst we were there, so after our snorkel we had no aircon and limited...More
We stayed at Kasai Village for 3 nights and I wish we had stayed for a whole week. The resort is very well planned for scuba diving (with a nice dry room for cameras and other stuff) a great area to rinse equipment, and easy...More
Having worked in the dive industry for years I am pretty hard to impress.
The dive shop at Kasai Village is one of the best I've ever experienced.
From the moment you arrive you until the moment you leave they are helpful without being overbearing....More
I recently visited as part of a large group of divers and the service from the outset was outstanding from all staff at the resort.
We were made very welcome and staff were friendly without being over bearing.
Tata the dive manager runs an excellent...More