We love Wellbeach! My boyfriend and I and another couple stayed here for 7 nights. Prior to arriving, the owner, a Swiss gentleman named Guido, was super communicative and helpful and answered all questions we had to prepare for our stay. When we arrive we were surprised by how beautiful the property was...even prettier than the pictures. Please note that the resort is pretty secluded and not much around to do unless you take a bus, taxi, jeepney, but it was exactly what we wanted. We didn't leave the resort. After doing 3 dives a day we were pooped and just relaxed and ate all of our meals at the resort. The menu is very extensive and everything on it is cooked to order and absolutely delicious. The rooms are nice and clean and have comfortable beds and good AC. I can't say enough about the wonderful staff here. The owner, Guido and his wife Marievic are so sweet and really care about the safety of their diving customers. They have a very well run and organized system for running their place. You order your breakfast the night before (and lunch if doing a 3 dive trip) . Everything gets charged to your room and you pay at the end. You review a tally of daily charges and sign for it at the end of each day. There are NO hidden fees. They are very transparent about everything. Their waitstaff and front desk staff are all very hardworking and very good at their jobs and incredibly pleasant and friendly. They literally got everything right and seem to enjoy working there. The dive masters and boat staff are on point too! They go above and beyond to make sure you have a safe and fun experience. They are very flexible with dive sites if there's a spot that you really liked and want to go back to (may not always be the case when they are full, but we were the only people there for several days due to COVID-19). The guys totally take care of you. They transport your gear to the boat, set it up, help you put your fins on, take it off the boat and clean and store it and do it all over the next day. If you stay here, please remember to tip because these guys work really hard.