Dumaguete – 11/30/07

Free Breakfast at El Dorado Resort [No pix]

Start of Apo Island Tour P460 c/o Dive Soceity

The Dive Boat – very big!
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My Snorkeling Things
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Map of First Stop – Apo Island Chapel
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The Approach to Apo Island
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View of Apo Island Resort
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The First Site – Apo Island Chapel
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Underwater – Apo Island Chapel
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Approach to Apo Island Town
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Locals selling souvenirs
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At Apo Island Shore
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A Solo Korean Traveller just like me!
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Hermit the Crab at Apo Island
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Kids action diving at Apo Island
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Approach to the Second Site – Apo Island Cogon
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Underwater – Apo Island Cogon
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End of Apo Island Tour – The P460 is worth it!

Lunch at Big Mak at Dauin Town P50, with my motorcycle
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Check-in at Kookoos Nest Resort

Arrival at Kookoos Nest Entrance
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The descent to Kookoos Nest Resort
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At Kookoos Nest Resort
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Sunbathing at Kookoos Nest
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The Menu at Kookoos Nest
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The very tranquil place of Kookoos Nest
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My Lodging at Kookoos Nest P450
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Afternoon Snorkeling at Kookoos Nest Beach – Free!
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Sunset Shots at Kookoos Nest Resort Antulang
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Black Starfishes at Kookoos Nest Resort Antulang
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The surrounding area – Tambobo Bay
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Dinner at Kookoos Nest Resto – P120 [no pix]

Overnight at Kookoos Nest Resort

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8 responses to “Dumaguete – 11/30/07

  1. hi. im planning to go to apo island too. could you please give me the contact number of dive society? will be travelling there alone this holy week and im quite apprehensive if there will boats travelling during those dates.

    thanks a lot,

  2. i’m sorry but i didn’t get their number. it just so happen that i stayed at el dorado resort that i was able to join the dive boat there. try contacting el dorado resort. they have a website.

  3. Hi po!

    Ask ko lang kung ano included dun sa Apo Island Tour P460 c/o Dive Society? Kung me rental nabang kasama dun sa gamet pang-dive or snorkel? Or etc?

    Nde ko pa kasi natatry mag-Apo island Tour to think sa Bangcolutan lang ung province namen, i think 5-10 mins drive from Bangcolutan to Malatapay. Thanks po.. =)

  4. btw, my bf and i we’re planning to go to Coron Palawan this coming January. Nakuha ko na lahat ng info para sa DIY Coron from your very helpful site. And baka kumuha kame nung tour packages mo.. I’ll let you know nalang po

    thanks so much =)

  5. selosa, boat lang yun, wala pang gamit… nagkataon kasi na sa el dorado ako naka-lodge kaya naka-avail ako sa dive soceity ng boat trip.

    yung motorbike rental, sa dumaguete city mismo, madami.

    sa nov 29 to dec 1, punta uli ako at may mga kasama na ako, para sa isang DIY Dumaguete naman…. you may want to join us… the more, the cheaper! and more fun!

    until then.

  6. hi owen..

    im planning to have a DIY Dumaguete for next year, together my son ZEUS and hubby Edward March to be exact.

    Im planning to have a Land tour and Apo Island tour din..

    kaso i dont have any ideas pa…could you please help me…

    thanks

    Rhona

    • hi rhona,

      the cheapest way around would be by renting motorbikes. although you have to be careful driving it. another cheap way around is to rent multicab.

      the boat to apo island have a public boat but it usually leaves in the morning or it’s a very irregular schedule. therefore, you are forced to rent your boat there.

      send me an email at diycoron@yahoo.com and will try my best to answer your questions.

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