Warm tropical water, a colorful marine life, deep walls and a vibrant marine eco system lure scuba divers from all over the...
Warm tropical water, a colorful marine life, deep walls and a vibrant marine eco system lure scuba divers from all over the world to Moalboal.
On every dive spot you have good chances to see turtles, barracuda, schools of sardines and sometimes other big fish like jacks and tuna.Additionally, colorful reef dwellers like parrot-, trumpet- and cuttlefish, angel fishes, batfishes and so on are found on every dive. There is also a chance to see some whitetip and blacktip sharks at Pescador Island and Ronda Marine Park. Even whale shark encounters are not uncommon.
Boats head out to the nearby dive spots every day at 9 am and 2:00 pm. Additionally, regular night dives are conducted at 6:30 pm. In between the boat dives you can do shore dives in front of the dive center. Diving at the house reef is just excellent. It consists of a shallow plateau totally covered with corals that leads to an impressive drop-off with a steep wall plummeting to depth of more than 50 meters (170 feet). The whole reef is covered with hard and soft corals and is inhabited by typical reef dwellers and lots of turtles.
The resort is just what it name implies, lovely. 22 rooms, cottages and bungalows are set in an idyllic tropical garden, surrounded by lush tropical plants and trees. The secluded, intimate beach resort is located on the quiet southern end of Panagsama Beach, in front of the teeming coral reef, surrounded by tropical flora. Next to accommodation the resort offers a seaview restaurant, a swimming pool, free Wifi connection and a little spa.