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Located on Dimakya Island in Palawan province, this property is a great place to relax and the jumping off-point for dive trips to Apo Reef.

The only resort on the island, Club Paradise boasts a range of comfortable rooms with a choice of a sunrise, sunset or lagoon views, all with air-conditioning and full amenities. It is a great place to relax in a hammock or take part in one of the many activities or excursions on offer.

The island is a turtle nesting site and the seagrass seabed nearby is a feeding area for Dugong. A great resort for divers and non-diving buddies.

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  • Ideal for:
    • Groups
    • Honeymooners
    • Non-divers
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Palawan

The island province of Palawan is known as the Philippines’ last ecological frontier, offering remote jungles, rugged scenery, pristine beaches, secret coves and world-class diving. Highlights include the wrecks of Coron and Tubbataha Reef, accessible only by liveaboard.

  • Ideal for viewing: green turtle, dugong, hawksbill turtle
  • Excellent for: Liveaboard diving, Resort based diving, Snorkelling, Wreck diving

Coron Bay

Coron Bay, just north of Palawan, is one of the world’s finest wreck diving destinations. An entire Japanese fleet was sunk here by American forces in 1944, and the wrecks of its 24 vessels now attract divers from far and wide.

  • Ideal for viewing: green turtle, dugong, hawksbill turtle
  • Excellent for: Resort based diving, Wreck diving

Apo Reef

Located in the Mindoro Strait, in the west of the Philippines, is the World Heritage Site of Apo Reef, a 34 kilometre long reef featuring magnificent drop-offs and overhangs with resident turtles, barracuda, snapper, white-tip and grey reef sharks.

  • Ideal for viewing: green turtle, spotted eagle ray, white-tip reef shark, grey reef shark, barracuda
  • Excellent for: Liveaboard diving, Resort based diving, Reef diving