- Macro Life
- Manta Rays
- Muck Diving
- Wall Diving
- Whale Shark
Pay for 5 Nights’ at Each Resort Stay 2 Free Nights’ at Each Resort!
14 Nights’ Superior Deluxe Cottage accommodations (7 Nights at Each Resort) (Double Occupancy), Cebu Airport Transfers Including Ferry for Return Transfer, Boat Transfers Between Resorts, Free Wi-Fi, All Meals, Mineral Water, 11 Days of 3-4 Boat Dives, Snacks During Boat Dives, Unlimited House Reef Diving and No Government Taxes or Fees
Travel Periods: Jan. 09 – Dec. 31, 2023
Regular Price $3690pp…Special Price $3160pp
Immediate Savings Price $2960*
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Magic Island Dive Resort
Magic Island Dive Resort is located on the west coast of Cebu in the scuba diving town of Moalboal in the Philippines. Each of the 10 bungalows has air conditioning, a fan, hair dryer and hot shower. In addition, every bungalow has a private veranda with either a sea or swimming pool view. Enjoy our article on Cebu and the Visayas Islands, in the heart of the Philippines.
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Magic Oceans Dive Resort
Magic Oceans Dive Resort is located in Anda on Bohol Island in the Philippines. All 16 scuba diving guest bungalows are detached. Most of the rooms encircle the pool. The balconies are big and cozy with bamboo seats and offer amazing views. Internet router, hot shower, and air conditioning are in every room. Enjoy our blog article on Scuba Diving Specialties: What is Muck Diving?.
Magic Oceans Di...
The Philippines is located in the western Pacific Ocean of Southeast Asia. It consists of 7,641 islands and offers 1300 marine species. Therefore, this destination will cater to every level of scuba diving. Furthermore, the island's melting pot of western and eastern cultures means much is to be discovered. The local population, called Filipinos, are particularly friendly.
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