Guerrero Beach Resort

Address: 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

      8 photos

      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

      7 photos

      ... 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 ...

      Diving with Thresher Sharks!

      A travel blog entry by oshioshi on Jan 26, 2013

      1 comment, 5 photos

      Malapascua's main attraction is diving with Thresher Sharks. The sharks apparently come to this dive site called Monad, which is their "cleaning station". From what I gather, these sharks come to Monad to get their fins and gills cleaned by some particular fish that live there. Interesting! Monad is only a short boat ride away but the dive starts at 5am, which meant we rolled out of bed at 4:30am and walked to the shore in a complete darkness!! ...

      Malapascua

      A travel blog entry by smileyriley on Nov 14, 2012

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... We spent a total of 7 nights on Malapascua and did 7 really fun dives in the first 3 days after arriving. Following our travel advisor's (Meghan) advice we stayed and did our scuba diving with Evolution. Evolution only has 4 beachfront rooms and we were lucky to get room number 1, which was closest to the beach (great for hearing the waves crash, but sometimes not great to hear the people hanging out on the beach late into the night/early into the morning).
      The big draw for ...

      Malapascua - Advanced Diving & Thresher Sharks!

      A travel blog entry by daniellejohnson on Jul 07, 2012

      ... back to my room to shower and hangout... I've been awake for way too long now! The next morning I was up around 8:30 and decided to head over to Exotic's - I hadn't used the Internet in a few days, and I was hoping to get on the afternoon dive to Monad. They didn't have anyone else signed up to dive in their afternoon yesterday on it, and apparently your best chance to see manta rays is in the afternoon in Monad. I figured I would hang out at Exotic's so if they did find enough people to ...