Thursday July 25th, 2019 • By cpmco
The dugong is a species of sea cow commonly found across the warm latitudes of the Indian and Western Pacific Oceans. As herbivores, they live where there are sea grass beds to graze on.
Sea grass in the resort’s house reef disappeared due to strong currents brought by typhoon. This forced the resident dugong to move in search of a new habitat.
After nearly 20 years of absence and…
Thursday April 25th, 2019 • By cpmco
There are a total of twelve sunken Japanese ships from the 1944 World War II. One of which is the Kyokuzan Maru Japanese World War II Shipwreck or also known as the ‘Dimalanta Wreck’ owing to its proximity to Dimalanta Island. This shipwreck adventure is 30 to 40 minutes by boat from Club Paradise Palawan. It will require two dives for one to fully appreciate the 136m long and glorious…
Friday July 20th, 2018 • By jsantiago
Palawan is blessed with a rich marine biodiversity which is why it has some of the best diving spots in the world.
Photo credit: https://www.discoveryfleet.com
Coron, situated in the northern part of the island, has some of the best diving sites in Palawan. In fact, it has the best shipwreck diving spots in Southeast Asia. If you are a history buff, you will be fascinated in exploring…
Wednesday August 31st, 2016 • By Blessy Townes
Video courtesy of TXLUnderwaterVideo
A tranquil oasis surrounded by clear aquamarine waters, pristine white beaches, verdant green mountains, stunning limestone cliffs and rich underwater marine life, Coron is no longer a best kept secret as it has easily become a sought-after island destination. Coron Island, also known as the Calamian group of islands, is located in the Northern part of Palawan and is a haven for divers. It is…