Sangat Island Dive Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSangat Island Dive Resort Palawan
Had a great stay here as it was just what we were after.The diving and dive center were excellent
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... it was, the Filipinos sure do love their karaoke!!), and card games, flame throwing, and chilling out on the beach the rest of the nights. Nice to escape the digital devices for a few days and connect with people in person!
We got to El Nido a couple of days ago, and though I miss the boat and the base camps, the hot showers, running water, and A/C are pretty amazing. More on El Nido to come in the next post...
... It is slippery
during rainy season as some paths are not cemented but you can hike it
just as easily cos I made it even with a 2 year old kid on my back.
Barracuda lake- the name
would easily describe the appearance of the lake. With jagged rocks
protruding from the surface it resembles the pointed teeth of a
barracuda fish. Just like Kayangan ...
... huge natural disasters (the recent cyclone devastation is but one example) and much less economic progress than they should achieve, given their resources and hard working people, for many and varied reasons. As you travel the world, very often you find that the service-oriented employees in many locations are from the Philippines, working hard, providing great service and a smile and sending money back home to their families. We are looking forward to ...
... sunk in a daring raid by the US navy. The result is around ten well preserved underwater shipwrecks surrounded with coral reef.There are also attractions on Coron Island itself. There are many beautiful bleach white sand beaches, mostly tiny and surrounded by large limestone cliffs and wildlife. Barracuda and Kayangan lakes are both ...
... for the soul.
Tuk tuks or tricycles as they are called here are painted all sorts of garish colours and christened with either a religious name or some sort of hip hop call name, inscribed along the front. The owners of Julius, Mother Theresa and Big Mama works quite hard.
We met a nice Canadian couple, Aneta and Stefan, on the dive boat and after enjoying some marvelous Filipino rum with them that evening, were invited to share an ...