Island hopping with Magic Resorts Philippines
Magic Resorts Philippines consists of 2 resorts, Magic Island Dive Resort in Moalboal, Cebu and Magic Oceans Dive Resort in Anda, Bohol. Both resorts are diving resorts, while Magic Island Dive Resort in Moalboal can cater up to 25 persons, double shared and even triple shared. In Magic Oceans, the maximum capacity is 32 persons. In both resorts all rooms are super deluxe rooms, and have an en-suite bathroom, mini bar, silent split type aircon, fully furnished balcony facing the sea, the garden or the pool.
A restaurant serving local and western food is also set up for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks. The dive shop is integrated in both resorts and the self-designed boats are taking you out 3-4 times daily to explore the reefs of the respective area. Mandarin fish, night diving, early morning diving is no problem to be organised with prior notice. In Moalboal the reefs are wall or slope dives while in Anda, the reefs vary from wall diving to slopes and sandy bottoms, perfect for macro diving. The marine life varies from big school of sardines, frogfishes, Denise pigmy seahorse, occasional thresher shark and whale shark to name a few. In Magic Oceans Dive Resort in Anda, nudibranches, frogfishes, Bargibanti seahorse, thorny seahorse, occasional whale shark and many more underwater creatures to be found. If you think of diving in the Philippines, this would be a nr. 1 spot to be considered since Magic Resorts will organise joined venture transfers from 1 location to another, whatever resort you choose to stay first. Once you arrive in Mactan Cebu Airport our staff will take care of you and guarantee you a worry-free transfer to the respective location. If you get any questions or need further informations, please send us an e-mail on email@example.com.
Posted: 16 April 2017
More blogs on the website of Magic Island
– The Whalesharks of Oslob – by Frogfish Photography
– The Moalboal Sardine Run – by Frogfish Photography
– Mandarin Magic – by Frogfish Photography
– What? A Costasiella Kuroshimae?
– Sardine Bait Ball in Moalboal
– Double Buoyed Mooring Lines!
– Opportunities abound in Moalboal
– The fascinating history of Moalboal