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I've been here 3 times for SCUBA Diving and Open Water Swim. No shoreline here. So this is not suited for those who just want to be in the beach. Water is clear and they have the famous Balai Rock. The famous Twin Rocks dive...More
First, if you go via public transport, it's an adventure to reach the place. Website is not updated, so hopefully this will help. Note that from Anilao, there's no jeepney going to San Teodoro anymore - you have to hire a tricycle (cheaper at the...More
I'm visiting this place with office colleagues for weekend diving trip. room is rudimentary small but clean and quite comfortable. can rest after long trip from Manila. dive guide Joy is very helpful and friendly. restaurant provides delicious local food. such an enjoyable gateway.
This is a native bungalow but really nice resort, you stay here like at home. The food taste really excellent. The staff are very approachable and kind.
Quite and lovely place. We used to Dive here around. You just used the boat and enjoy your...More
I'm coming back to Dive-Eat-Sleep here! Keep the ambiance cool! Love the friendly staff. Keep up the good work! I was Sad when Batangas brewed coffee was not available that day :( was looking forward for a lovely cup of coffee by the sea. Dislike...More
Hi. You can check their website - it lists the rate and inclusions for overnight, and for day trip, number of guests, and type of room. You have to pay a deposit before going there to reserve. They don't usually accept... More
Hi. You can check their website - it lists the rate and inclusions for overnight, and for day trip, number of guests, and type of room. You have to pay a deposit before going there to reserve. They don't usually accept walk-ins, unexpected guests. If you're commuting, do not believe what their website says. There's no jeepney anymore that goes to Balanoy - for years! Can't believe they still haven't updated it. You need to hire a tricycle, and it's triple the cost of a bus ride from Manila, unless you wait for the trike to get enough passengers.
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