Spent 7 days with Magic Oceans in June. The resort arranged all my transportation to and from Cebu, which involved two car rides and a ferry trip. All connections were on time and comfortable. Driving by car in the Philippines is a harrowing experience and should be left to the locals. The long time to get here was well worth it, though. When I arrived I was immediately made to feel welcomed and comfortable. After a welcoming drink, I was taken to my room facing the ocean. Room was simple was very comfortable. The bathroom was spacious. I placed my dive gear in a basket and it was taken away to the dive shop and was ready for the night dive. First few dives were from the smaller boat but there were only five divers. The larger boat was used later (it was waiting for a part from Cebu). even though we were still mainly five divers. The large boat could have accommodated about 20 divers. Two dives were made in the morning starting at 8:30 am. A third dive was made at 2:30 pm and a night dive was always offered. Dives were led and lasted 60-65 minutes. The reef coral was very healthy and held lots of little stuff - frogfish, nudis, gobies, blennies, wrasse, crabs, eels, seahorses, octopus, squid, cuttlefish, and pipefish. Not much big stuff on the reef except turtles. I opted for full board meals. Breakfast and lunch were cooked to order. Dinner was served family style with a starter, multiple mains and sides, and dessert. No drinks, except water, were included in the full board. I never lacked for food or variety and all food was excellently prepared.