Guerrero Beach Resort

Canigao Island, Leyte Province, Leyte, Visayas, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Canigao Island, Leyte Province.
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    Travel Blogs from Leyte Province

    Typhoon Survey 4 municipalities

    A travel blog entry by wsbieber on Mar 10, 2014

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    Trip to Leyte Prov Purpose of trip to survey damage of Typhoon Yolanda meeting with mayors and officials in 4 municipalities to determine the receptivity to a preparedness CHE community development strategy for future typhoons. Phippines Yolanda Typhoon damage. Earthquake Oct 15 and Typhoon Nov 8. Typhoon killed at least 6,245 in Philippines and 73 in Cebu Province. 4 million homeless in 44 provinces and P39.8 billion ...

    Water water everywhere....

    A travel blog entry by perkins2013 on May 04, 2013

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    ... kids had blocked off water at the top, then released and come flying down the slippery rock face with it! Absolutely crazy! It looked so much fun but in reality far too dangerous to even consider. Nevertheless it was incredible to see them come flying down over sheer rocks, screaming and laughing as they did. So we spent some time relaxing and swimming here, just watching the locals mess around until it was time to head on to our second stop, Bagongbong Falls. A short ride ...

    Christmas with the sharks

    A travel blog entry by hollybeth on Dec 24, 2012

    104 photos

    ... swimmer. After time we ended up swimming with her on our backs to keep her above water =] a very fun yet tiring day =] On the way back to our room, Holly's bad luck stuck again and she almost broke her toe on the motorbike ride back.. so was left with a purple toe and a limp for the next few days.

    One day we happened to come across a "All you can eat" buffet.. I don't think they were quite expecting us to eat so much!

    On the day we were leaving the sun ...

    Decisions, Decisions

    A travel blog entry by nluz00 on Jun 30, 2012

    ... how to get anywhere and everywhere basically. I got into contact with a few people I've met during my time in the Philippines this summer, asking for their recommendations, and of course both of them say different things. Finally, after discussing my options with one of the instructors at TSD, he made an extremely valide point: the majority of the Visayas all have the same things to see, I've already seen giant mantas, thresher sharks, a whale ...

    My First Shark Bite.........Shot(s)

    A travel blog entry by nluz00 on Jun 07, 2012

    ... being in safety stop mode, everyone bolted back down the line as fast as they could and next thing you know, the manta was just 3 meters below us! Something that is that big in the water almost looks unnatural, it almost looked fake how big it was, and how smoothly it was just gliding through the water. My first giant manta encounter, and the manta season has just begun! Hopefully the next time I see one I'll actually be on the bottom though.