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Rose Garden Resort is located on the island of Ngerkebesang, tucked away on a hillside with a spectacular view of Babeldaob Island, the Japan-Palau Friendship Bridge, Koror, Malakal Island, and its surrounding lagoons. The property consists of locally sourced timber cabins on the side of the mountain looking toward Koror, across the Bay. They also have a large restaurant and bar area with views overlooking the water.
Aiyanar Beach & Dive Resort is the epitome of a stylish resort that strives to make staying ashore as pleasurable as diving itself. Strategically situated on the mountainside, Aiyanar presents you with a grand panoramic view of the sunset against the ocean’s vast expanse.
Take comfort in the luxuriously furnished rooms. Spend the day at the clubhouse and sample the sumptuous dishes catered by Sweet Bella, or lounge by the pool and soak up the sun. For the more playful guests, a variety of equipment is available for sports such as football, volleyball, badminton, and table tennis. Other facilities are available for those interested in water sports, such as jet skiing, wakeboarding, banana boat, fun 4 all, and Redondo.
Indulge yourself and surrender to luxury resort of Atmosphere Resorts & Spa, where the warmest of Philippine hospitality is combined with first class amenities and service. Beautifully situated within an old seven acre coconut plantation on the island of Negros Oriental near Dumaguete, the luxurious Atmosphere enjoys a spectacular beach front location alongside the warm coastal waters of the Philippine Sea. Whether you want to scuba dive, indulge in the enchanted spa, practice yoga, engage in activities or simply read a book by the pools, you can look forward to an unforgettable stay.
Kasai Village Dive Resort is the perfect destination for all divers and nature enthusiasts who are searching for a first-class dive retreat away from the overcrowded tourist areas. You will find them just by the sea in beautiful Moalboal, Cebu, Philippines. Here you can take advantage of their fully equipped Dive Centre with the capacity for Trimix gas blending, Rebreather diving, Underwater Photography and facilities for photo editing, equipment servicing and storage. They believe in a friendly and luxurious atmosphere, which will give you the chance to get away from your everyday stresses and have a relaxing time in paradise.
Spending time at Anthony’s Key Resort is like opening a present. Each moment reveals something unexpected. Something new. Let the ocean lull you to sleep in one of the overwater bungalows or sequester yourself in a hillside hideaway. Either way, relaxation is the order of the day when you vacation at this Roatan resort. Telephones and TVs are blissfully absent here, so you can focus on what’s important. Spend peaceful afternoons cradled in a hammock overlooking the ocean or snorkel the crystalline waters in search of marine life. It’s your present.
In the Caribbean, it’s always sunny and breezy during the days, but it’s also warm and charm over the nights. That is an amazing combination, especially if you are enjoying a cold drink and the relaxing sound of the waves at Mayan Princess Resort!
The sardine wildlife ‘migration’ is actually still relatively mysterious, although there are, of course, theories. This is an event for everyone to enjoy – be it bird watchers, marine-life enthusiasts, amateur or highly experienced divers or snorkelers. Experience the Sardine Run beneath the waves or above. Either way it has been described as one of the greatest marine spectacles on earth.
We leave the rumble and adventure of Victoria Falls behind us as we make the journey south to Zimbabwe’s largest National Park: Hwange National Park. Hwange which is home to Africa’s largest herds of elephant. We travel to Matopos National Park marvel at the magnificent precariously balanced granite boulders before setting off on a game drive. On we go to visit the iron age ruins of the Royal Palace of Great Zimbabwe with walls 5 meters high and no mortar in sight – Sub-Saharan’s largest and most important stone ruins and a very special archaeological site. Eight soapstone carved birds were found here, depicted on Zimbabwe’s national flag.
Take a walk on the wild side and join us on one of our unique Nomad Kruger tours.
On this 4 day tour you get the best of both worlds by spending some time in our custom designed adventure truck (excellent photo opportunities from a high vantage point) and the rest of the time in an open topped safari vehicle specifically designed for Kruger game viewing. Experience the thrill of being on safari, observing the Big Five as well as zebras, giraffe and rhinos and be inspired by an authentically African atmosphere in the largest game reserve in South Africa.