Dolphinbay Beachfront & Dive Resort

Address: Barangay Palangan, Puerto Galera, Mindoro, 5203, Philippines | Resort
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This resort, located on Barangay Palangan, Puerto Galera, is near White Beach Puerto Galera and Mt. Pukansan National Park.
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      Travel Blogs from Puerto Galera

      Puerto Galera - We finally made it!!

      A travel blog entry by emmahodgin on May 15, 2013

      3 photos

      ... music and the sound of the waves splashing against the sides. We then spent the first 30 minutes of us being back in our room conducting a bug killing spree. There were so many mosquitoes and bugs of all sorts. We also left the air con and fan on far too low while we slept to ensure the bugs wouldnt come back!! The following day we caught a jeepnie which took us over to a place where we caught a tricycle which we hired for the day and took us up to ...


      A travel blog entry by gordo2012 on Apr 15, 2012

      42 photos

      ... of chicken – fried to almost inedible. And then there are mountains of rice, invariably greased up with the fat of the pork or the fried chicken. It’s no wonder the diabetes rates are sky high. Unlike the rest of Asia, it’s not uncommon to see some very large Philippinos.

      Meats and fish are often seasoned in “adobo” style of soy sauce and vinegar – which sounds better than it is. Their other favourite is a ...

      Watch out for the sandflies!

      A travel blog entry by gemmandmatt on Jun 06, 2011

      ... couldn't figure out what was going on though). Arriving in Abra we hadn't decided whether to continue further down the coast to Sablayan or keep further north where there was a beach resort). We decided to see which would be easiest to get to when we got off the ferry and Sablayan won. Tricycle drivers are quite friendly here even if you aren't going to give them business and they directed us to the bus.

      This was our first trip on a public bus ...

      A Holiday Reprieve

      A travel blog entry by bryantpark on Dec 27, 2010

      19 photos

      ... boat to Muelle port located just on the adjacent cove. Upon entering Muelle, we rowed past some beautiful yachts, sailboats and catamarans. Upon our approach, we wondered where we can park out boat. We found a small landing by some mangroves at the edge of the pier. We didn't want to leave our boat for fear that someone might take it so B decided to stand guard while I got our supplies. Coming to shore was bit of an unpleasant experience since ...

      Mindoro: Unfortunately Underrated

      A travel blog entry by maryjeanpacheco on Apr 01, 2010

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... Batangas Port. In just more than an hour we were already coasting along STAR, and a few minutes later, made a decision to simply leave car in Batangas Port and board a boat to Calapan. We didnt take the superferry, so the boat trip took more than an hour.It was smooth sailing, literally--- as we enjoyed the fresh air, sound of waves. It helped too, that the boat wasnt filled to the max, as we originally expected-It was nightfall when the boat docked at the ...