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The resort is a very peaceful place, though having everything you need (restaurant, motorbikes, snorkeling). We enjoyed our 4-day stay here a lot. We took the PADI open water course, which we thought was exciting and well taught. The instructor, Thomas, taught the course professionally,...More
Stayed here for a night and definitely would recommend it! We booked 2 rooms. One is the native room and the other is the dolphin watch rooms.
1. The price of the food is expensive, not for people on tight budget. But, the food is...More
From the warn smiles to the tearfull good bys it was one of best diving trips ever . We booked for five days and extened two extened days there was no need to go any where else . The great service and helpfull service they...More
Best and most patient dive instructor. I spent a week at the resort and watched the staff take someone who was basically afraid of the water through an open water an the advanced PADI courses. Was amazed, I dove several times at the resort. Steve...More
Had my vehicle keyed on the passenger door. No security guard, locals wandering in and out. Managements response? It must have happened somewhere else. Like you would not notice RJK in huge letters keyed into your door!!!.
US$34 - US$79 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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They offer a shuttle van for I think 2,500 per way which can be arrange with Asian Belgian. This is more convenient specially if you are carrying heavy luggage. If you plan to do public transpo, from airport you ride taxi... More
They offer a shuttle van for I think 2,500 per way which can be arrange with Asian Belgian. This is more convenient specially if you are carrying heavy luggage. If you plan to do public transpo, from airport you ride taxi going to Cebu southbus terminal (P250) then ride the Bus that goes to Moalboal then at Moalboal its another tricycle or habal-habal (motorbike) ride.
You can take a public bus to Moalboal which is much cheaper but you can take also a taxi. Bus leaves from southern bus terminal in every hour. When you arrive to Moalboal city you just take tricycle to get you to the resort.