Atlantis Dive Resorts Dumaguete

Address: Lipayo, Dumaguete, Negros, Visayas, 6217, Philippines | Resort
 
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This resort is located on Lipayo, Dumaguete.
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        Travel Blogs from Dumaguete

        DUMAGUETE - WORLD'S RETIREE HAVEN

        A travel blog entry by ramelalagdon on Sep 21, 2015

        42 photos

        Dumaguete City is known for its friendly locals and home of retiring expats and foreigners from around the world. There's no doubt about that. This thriving and lively city of Negros Oriental province is an epitome of peace and tranquility.



        What I love about Dumaguete is the diversity of its people. Like Cebu, non-locals abound. There’s plenty of foreigners, expats and Muslims. According to an ...

        Waterfalls and Grazed Knee's

        A travel blog entry by ekenny89 on Apr 28, 2015

        5 photos

        ... to Malatapay and got the Jeepney back to Harold's Mansion before jumping on a trike back to our hotel 5 minutes away! After a nice shower we were starving hungry so we went back to Casablanca's for a lime margarita and some seafood pasta! Yummy! We were both tired after getting up so early so we went back to the hotel and had an early night.

        Total Budget 2630!

        Accommodation - 750
        Apo Island - 1000
        Breakfast - 110
        Dinner - 400
        Shopping - ...

        Typhoon..ed

        A travel blog entry by sjames on Dec 30, 2014

        9 photos

        ... a bit scarce as the rain had started and sailings were cancelled.....and I found out there was a typhoon heading our way. Lucky for us the winds weren't so strong but the rain was incredible. We lost electricity and everything was soggy but it passed us by with little damage. Sadly, some of the islands further North were not so lucky and 40 lives were lost in a landslide.
        A typhoon did hit this area 2 years ago and the Govt has built small houses in a ...

        Whale Hello There!

        A travel blog entry by peteandal on Nov 29, 2014

        5 photos

        ... efficiently. For names sake lets call them the conductors, the conductors are incredibly organised with amazing memories and good maths. It's kind of inefficiently efficient, in thy what the way they do what they do is efficient but the actual ticketing process takes ages. They have this hole punch that they keep in a kind of gun holster and the meticulously punch out the date, the price and other information on what looks like a bingo card. They then give you the ...

        Negros

        A travel blog entry by toddy11 on May 27, 2014

        4 comments, 22 photos

        ... low for a few days with a gastric bug. I was going to leave Dumaguete via a ferry on my last day, but I still wasn't well and I didn't want to travel. So I found a little place in Dauin, a beach house 20 minutes south of Dumaguete. I arranged through the hotel to get a car to take me there. Air conditioning is a must right now do me. A young man in a big double cab ute turns up and drives me south. As we got nearer he stops a couple of times to ask directions. The J&B ...