The resort is still under final stages of construction and open only for day time visits. Once fully open we start offering the following activities.
We will keep you busy with unforgettable activities, so book enough time with us. Of course, if you just want to chill-out, you are more than welcome to do that too. Feel welcome to take advantage of our book and dvd library, magazines, boardgames and hammocks.
Snorkel or Dive on Our Beautiful House Reef
Well, almost our house reef. There is a beautiful protected reef site just 5 minutes motorbike ride away. The corals are teeming with color and so shallow that it is perfect for snorkeling.
If you are a diving enthusiast, you can also dive just in front of our resort. We have some great macro diving and you can spot some real underwater weirdos like hairy frogfish and flamboyant cuttlefish.
We rent out diving and snorkeling gear, and can also take you to day-trips to Leyte’s famous dive sites.
Chill out on a Deserted Island
The closest deserted island to our place is Basul, perfect place for a half-a-day-trip.
Sohoton Cave and Jellyfish Lake
Have you heard about Palau’s famous Jellyfish Lake, where you can swim amidst of countless of harmless jellyfish? Well, you can do the same in Surigao too by visiting Sohoton Cave and it’s hidden lagoon which is teeming with jellyfish.
Fall in Love with Dinagat
We do fabulous overnight trips to Dinagat’s paradise islands, which have remained a secret. Few have heard of these gorgeous islands and even fewer have experienced them.
You will explore the islands one full day, and spend the night in a luxury tent on a deserted sandbar.
Experience the Local Culture and Way of Life
Take a trip with us to Day-Asan Floating Village, local village festivals, waterfalls, and limestone caves.
Swim with the Dolphins
We will take you swimming with dolphins in the waters just in front of our resort.
Snorkel with the Whale Sharks
Just a speedboat drive away is the best place in the Philippines to see whale sharks totally in their natural environment. No feeding here, but almost guaranteed to see them from November to April.