PADI Dive Resort
PDIC Training Facility
ReefCheck Training Facility
Descriptions of Dive and Island Hopping Sites
Comprehensive services for beginner and professional divers. For those who have not yet explored the fascinating underwater world, diving lessons and certification can be scheduled at your convenience. For the more adventurous and experienced divers, we offer specialty courses handled by our skilled and friendly Divemasters and highly capable Dive Instructors. We also have boat dives to exotic locations.
The clear waters of Alegre Beach Resort allows you to observe a variety of colorful reef fishes and corals up close.
Kayaking can be enjoyed as either a leisurely workout for beginners or a challenging sport for the experienced pro. Imagine gliding freely on the surface of the water, getting to see the beautiful sights of nature, and enjoying a cardiovascular workout while you are at it. This recreational sport is a great way to tone your chest and arms and can even be enjoyed by people with mobility disabilities.
Try your skill in keeping staying on board the boat as it run, skip and jump over the water.
No traffic. No speed cops. Zoom at top speed or just feel the wind in your face. Experience the thrill of the never-ending jet take-off. Experience freedom!
Swimming and/or Snorkeling Lessons
Personalized swimming and snorkeling lessons.
To add to your tropical adventure – island trips, fishing and cruising are available.
We provide the boat, rods and bait while you wait to land the big one. Fish for trevally, jacks and barracudas all year round or come for the Spanish mackerel, wahoo, bonito, mahi-mahi and small tuna species from November to February.
Bottom fish all year round for groupers, snappers, mullets and other reef fishes.
Olango Island supports the largest concentration of migratory birds found in the country. It hosts 48 out of the 77 species of migratory birds in the East Asian Migratory Flyway. The island also have 42 resident bird species.
The onset of high tide is a good time to observe the birds. The current brings in food, drawing the waterfowls to forage at the water’s edge. Here, nature turns in awe-inspiring performances. Egrets glide, broad wings flapping slowly and legs stretched out beyond the tails. Terns somersault and nose-dive for a good catch.