Wellbeach Resort

WELLBEACH RESORT … the door to Apo Island Wellbeach Resort is a cozy, small resort in Maluay, close to Malatapay, the famous marketplace 20 minutes south of Dumaguete. It is located right on the beach with a beautiful garden and has that kind of family-atmosphere which makes your stay here something special. Management and staff will makeyou feel like you’re home. The well maintained resort with a personal touch is a wonderful place to unwind. If you’re looking for a place to relax, Wellbeach-Resort is the place to go. Lay down under palm-trees while your kids play in the pool. Enjoy...
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Dive the Wreck of SS Panay

The road taken by the Philippines towards progress has not been easy. The country has undergone a slow and difficult process in reaching what it is now today. But just like a pearl, it first passed through a difficult and painful period before achieving its status today as one of the best travel destinations worldwide.   When the Philippines was occupied by Japan during World War II, a great deal of events took place at the city of Sipalay in the province of Negros Occidental. The waters of the city served as routes for ships that were assigned to carry ammunitions over the Philippi...
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Dive Sites

Sipalay City is a place located in Negros Occidental in the Philippines. Sipalay dive sites are yet to be explored with only a couple of diving resort known to offer diving lessons and diving activities on the island. These resorts have a diving center with PADI instructors that give diving lessons and act as a guide to aspiring divers. The different Sipalay dive sites are one among the magnificent diving Islands the Philippines is rich and famous for. Divers who have discovered Sipalay dive sites and able to get to see the rich coral and marine life of Sipalay noted the Island as enchantin...
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Nataasan Beach Resort

Nataasan Beach Resort The Philippines has so much to offer when it comes to comfort and adventure. Tourists and adventure-seekers from the different parts of the world come to this haven in order to have fun and enjoy the wide array of travel destinations it has in-stored for all. <p>No Advertising For You!</p> One of the rising travel destinations in the Philippines today is the city of Sipalay in the province of Negros Occidental. The potential of this place has been very good that the Philippine government has given its help to transform Sipalay into one of the best tra...
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MS Jojo Wreck Diving

MS Jojo Wreck in Sipalay The Philippines has a very rich cultural and traditional background. It has survived some of the greatest wars that have taken place in the world. These experiences have transformed the country into one of the most interesting places to visit and explore. <p>No Advertising For You!</p> At the peak of the World War II, the city of Sipalay played a very important role for the Philippines by serving as a vantage point for the local soldiers in spotting the foreign enemies. The waters of Sipalay also served as routes for transporting ammunitions to be ...
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Liberty Lodge Resort

One of the two beach resorts in the island, Liberty Lodge is a unique structure whose central portion is built into a rock wall, giving you the impression of being actually carved into it. The lodge has nine rooms, all with electric fans and decorated in typical Filipino fashion. Large windows abound in the whole building to address ventilation issues as air conditioning is virtually unheard of in the island. Bamboo and wood make up for much of the materials used, the furniture is also made of comfortable bamboo designs made by local craftsmen. Recent expansion has brought about bigger r...
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Juliens Wreck Diving

The culture of the Philippines is very rich and colorful. This is mainly because of the different wars that it has survived as well as the many cultures that have influenced the Philippine society in general. This beautiful country is a result of the many hardships that helped it become what it is today. <p>No Advertising For You!</p> During World War II, various ships were commissioned to transfer various warfare and ammunitions to aid the ailing soldiers in the southern part of Negros. In the process, some of these ships where blown down by the enemy forces. The result of...
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Diving

We just finished our diving certificates, and we are so lucky that we have some really good dive sites right outside the gate of the house. We are diving several times a week off the beach here so I am sure we will have a massive underwater photo collection up soon. With Apo island only 7 kilometers from our house we are very spoiled with the dive sites already, I would be hard pushed going back to Denmark to dive there after seeing the beautiful underwater world of the Philippines. There an abdundance of dive shops and dive centers in Dumaguete and the surrounding areas, I have compiled...
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Dive Sites

Diving in Apo Island If you are on your way to a diving activity in Negros Oriental, then include a trip to Apo Island in your itinerary. It is situated about six kilometers off the southeastern shores of Negros Island and south of Dumaguete City. It can also be reached by boat from Silliman Beach. Apo Island boasts of a wide array of dive sites to choose from. Chapel Point is a sanctuary of various fish species including tuna, black and white snappers, and barracuda. There is likewise various species of coral and exotic marine life like sea stars, nudibranch, basket sponges, whip corals, ...
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Dive Sites

About an hour boat ride from the shores of Dumaguete, four interesting dive sites can be found. These are The Sanctuary, Maite Point, The Sunken Island, and Paliton Wall. All of these dive sites are within the territorial jurisdiction of the Siquijor Island. <p>No Advertising For You!</p> The Sanctuary is a dive site that contains a large garden of various corals. Fishing is not allowed in the dive site. Lots of interesting creatures abound in The Sanctuary because the soft and hard corals are still in good condition. The dive site has a shallow start and will eventually...
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