Bounty Beach Cocobana Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBounty Beach Cocobana Resort Malapascua
Lovely little cottages - very good food in the restaurant, a few ants in the room, but this is the tropics after all. Nae internet unfortunately, but we were able to steal some wifi from the place next door, yippee! comfortable enough, and nice and reasonable.
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On paper, the journey to Malapascua looked like a piece of cake, - a short flight, a bus ride to the top and a tiny little ferry, so small it was hardly worth mentioning. As with all of my boughts of naive optimism (travelwise) reality has very different ideas, it shakes its worldweary old head, has a good old chuckle at your half-baked plans and then throws a big bag of spanners into the works.
At Cebu Airport we made a terrific start by finding the ...
... was in no way taking another boat and the fee for both of us was to remain the same. After some standoff this was accepted but we still had to negotiate our new acquantainces joining us. Eventually it was agreed that we would all take the same boat but we would 'compensate' the other boat drivers who could make life difficult for our crew. An hour or so later we set foot on the beach.
Our first full day was spent familiarising ourselves with the ...
... reach our bungalow on the beach. To be honest a little shock how the premises looked like.....not at all compare the photo on internet of course. We (booked ahead for 2 nights) Only 2 bungalows are ready again so actually we felt very good to stay here because we had the feeling to support the people a bit then. And the garden looks beautiful again, the bungalow is perfect and very relaxed to have a great breakfast on the porch. Wish we could stay a ...
... be one of the worst dives of my life! The current was REALLY strong (you had to cling on to the anchor line and drag yourself downwards to reach the dive site and then the same on the way back up to reach the boat again); the visibility was really **** – about 5 meters; the water was cold even though i had a full length wetsuit on; and there was literally nothing to see. To make ...
... is trying to protect these reefs and doesn't allow its divers to come into contact with the reef to get a view of the Thresher sharks. It's too bad other dive operations on the island haven't adopted this same policy. As we got closer we could make out the outline of a Thresher shark! Then out of mist the Thresher shark was easily seen in all its glory. This shark was about 2 metres long with a 1 metre long tail fin. These sharks are so unique looking with their small face and ...