Philippines, Asia – Kasai Village

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Kasai Village

Philippines, Asia


An Introduction to Philippines


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.

Why Kasai Village?

Kasai Village is situated on the south-western coast of the Island of Cebu, near the fishing village of Moalboal. The resort is right in front of a stunning coral shoreline and a short distance from the world-famous Pescador Island. The area hosts only a handful of resorts, of which Kasai Village Dive Resort is in a distinct class of its own.

Kasai Village is perfectly suited for diving and various other water sports. You can also experience the diversity of the amazing Island of Cebu with the resort’s partners exciting excursions. They offer horseback riding, mountain biking, canyoneering at Kawasan waterfalls and much more! Kasai Village is equally suited for families, romantics and travelers who just want to relax.

They believe that you deserve to have a relaxing and unforgettable vacation with your family and friends. The friendly and luxurious atmosphere of the resort will give you the chance to get away from everyday stresses and get into “island time.”

Environment-Friendly and Sustainable Development to Protect Nature

The resort is maintained through sustained development; they respect the natural resources and the native inhabitants of the island of Cebu.

The overall aim is the protection and preservation of Cebu Island. To protect the environment and its unique beauty/ To ensure that future generations will be able to continue to enjoy all that it has to offer. They take positive steps to sustain and protect the environment; they segregate and dispose of garbage responsibly, use water refill systems and are always mindful of the little ways they can take care of their surroundings.

Their activities are characterized by a consciousness of their social and ecological responsibilities. The accommodations are tastefully designed with attention to detail; the interiors are furnished using natural native resources and decorated with the handicrafts of local artists.

As one of the primary employers in barangay Tuble, Kasai Village offers progressive compensation packages and social welfare to their team. They put great importance on an ambience that is shaped by teamwork, goodwill, free exchange of ideas and the respect of individuality. The relationships that they build amongst their staff members, as well as with their clients, are driven by a spirit of partnership which engenders involvement, contribution and mutual support.

A family friendly resort

For children of all ages, Kasai Villa has caring, intuitive, well trained local nannies who will work with your schedule to maintain a healthy routine for your child. Before you arrive at the resort, you will be contacted by their onsite Child Care Facilitator who will discuss yours and your child’s specific needs and create a childcare plan. Childcare can also be arranged for outside of the nannie’s service hours. For instance, if you wish to have a romantic dinner or do a night dive.


Swimming Pool

Cool off after a long day or simply lay back and sunbathe around the freshwater swimming pool. The pool is centrally located and blends in with the surrounding gardens, creating a relaxing natural setting. In the pool you can do a Try Scuba dive, enabling you to practice your scuba diving skills before taking off to the beautiful house reef. In the pool, children can enjoy the fun together with their parents, as the pool has a confined shallow water area connected to the larger pool. Safety should always come first, so the resort requires and encourages parents and/or adult guardians not to leave their children alone in the pool. Beach towels are available at the pool from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.

The Kasai Village Spa: Treat Your Self and Enjoy Total Relaxation

Enjoy the relaxing spa. They have a large spa area that offers a variety of treatments to make your stay more enjoyable and more relaxing. Start your day with a pleasant morning back massage or enjoy a deep tissue massage at the end of the day. Need a body scrub, manicure or pedicure? The fully-trained and experienced spa personnel are here and ready to serve you. You deserve it! Different treatments to choose from include:

  • Four Hand Massage
  • A 60-minute synchronized movement and equal pressure by 2 therapists.
  • Swedish Massage
  • Shiatzu Massage
  • Mixed Massage
  • Foot Massage
  • Head & Back Massage
  • Hot Oil Treatment
  • Energy Massage, Slimming Contour Massage with Facial
  • Refresher Facial
  • Foot Spa
  • Manicure
  • Pedicure


Beach Volleyball

The Beach Volleyball court is situated on the resort’s private white sandy beach area just by the waterfront. Spike the volleyball while feeling the cool ocean breeze and enjoying the wonderful views of the Tanon Strait and the neighboring island of Negros.


If you want to try a new adventure aside from diving and you don’t want to go outside of the resort, Kasai Village also offers kayaks to rent. Hop in and paddle your way around Moalboal’s craggy coastline, with white beaches, shore side bars and restaurants or even attach yourself to a mooring line and snorkel deserted reefs.

Dive Shop

The Dive Shop caters to divers, snorkelers and free divers. Here, you can buy all your necessary equipment. They have a variety of BCDs, technical wing jackets and side mount equipment, as well as fins, boots, masks, snorkels, wetsuits and rash guards. The shop prefers XDEEP for their technical side and use it themselves for tech and cave diving trips at the house reef. For snorkelers and free divers, they also have a large assortment of fins, boots, masks and snorkels for your adventures to the beautiful underwater world at the house reef. Different colors are available, so if you can’t find what you are looking for, the dive shop can order it in for you and have it delivered to the resort in one working day! Their range of boots have a hard sole and are comfortable to wear.


Premier Dining with a Stunning Setup

The resort restaurant is where you can enjoy a premiere dining experience in a relaxed, yet elegant setting. Most of the food comes from Cebu City and the local markets. When available, the resort offers fresh locally caught (pelagic only) fish. The food served at Kasai Village is an international blend, combining Asian cuisines and flavors with dishes from around the world. On the menu, you’ll find many LCHF dishes, as well as halal cuisine and both gluten and lactose free dishes. For the adventurous, there are also exotic dishes. They always offer multiple choices of starters, main courses and desserts. Should you wish to sleep in and enjoy a relaxing morning in your room, the resort offers an a la carte breakfast, served right on your terrace or patio. For the ultimate romantic dining experience, they offer private dinners on their white sandy beach.

Rock Bar: Mixed Drinks with A Spectacular View!

The resort’s seaside bar is built perfectly on top of a rock, and is thus called Kasai Rock Bar, a favorite spot for guests. Located just a few steps away from the beautiful coral beach, the bar is an ideal setting for enjoying the Kasai Village scenery, while sipping on your tropical drink. Make yourself comfortable, ask the barkeeper for his latest insider’s tip and, just for a moment, forget about the world outside and enjoy the fantastic sunset!


Sea View Deluxe Rooms

The resort’s most beloved rooms are their large and airy Sea View Deluxe Rooms. These rooms are located just meters away from the coral shoreline and the swimming pool. These rooms offer stunning views overlooking the sea and the neighboring island of Negros. In addition, from the comfort of your terrace you will witness the most beautiful sunsets as another day passes by. Room Size: 45 SQM

Pool View Deluxe Rooms

Step outside your room and plunge into the cool waters of the 3-meter-deep swimming pool. The Pool View Deluxe rooms face the resort’s stunning swimming pool area and are nestled into lush tropical gardens, consequently creating a relaxed and tranquil setting. Each room has its own patio with comfortable chairs to relax in and enjoy the natural setting. Room size 35SQM

Both room types include:

  • Super King Sized Bed
  • AC
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Complimentary Coffee and Tea
  • Terrace
  • Towels
  • Adjustable Ceiling Fan
  • Emergency Toiletries
  • Sofa
  • Breakfast included

Scuba Diving in The Philippines

Welcome to Kasai Village Dive Academy

What makes the scuba diving in the Philippines so great is the large variety of macro marine life, wrecks, walls, caves and stunning coral reefs. When planning your dive trip there are many places to go, but there is often not enough time to see it all. For all adventure seekers, nature lovers and dive travelers, Moalboal in Cebu is such a great place to start your scuba diving trip. The scuba diving in Moalboal offers a great variety of healthy hard coral, ranging from shallow reefs down to deep walls. This is a perfect place for any level of experience, whether you’re a first time diver or a hypoxic CCR deep diver, Moalboal has for sure a great deal to offer. A unique experience when diving in Moalboal is the world famous Sardine Run.

Kasai Village Dive Academy offer entry level scuba courses all the way up to a professional dive education. They specialize in underwater photography, normoxic and hypoxic tec diving, as well as cave exploration, rebreather diving and scooter diving. They are a DDI dive Centre and their boats and facilities are designed and prepared for divers with disabilities. Together, they have over 30 years of experience in the business and are there to make sure that your scuba diving trip in the Philippines is extraordinary.


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Package Rates

Package Rates Seize Your Sunshine Special – Up to 69% off!

January 1-February , 2021: $1446 per diver, $961 per vacationer double occupancy

February 4-February 10, 2021: $1616 per diver, $1131 per vacationer double occupancy

February 11- February 26, 202 $1661 per diver, $1176 per vacationer double occupancy

February 27-April 3, 2021: $1544 per diver, $1059 per vacationer double occupancy

April 4-August 14, 2021: $1329 per diver, $844 per vacationer double occupancy

August 15-October 30, 2021: $1293 per diver, $808 per vacationer double occupancy

October 31-December 22, 2021: $1329 per diver, $944 per vacationer double occupancy


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An Introduction to Philippines

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The Philippines is in Southeast Asia and is the second largest archipelago in the world. It stretches from the south of China to the northern tip of Borneo.

It is composed of 7,107 islands: Its length measures 1,850 kilometers (1,150 miles), starting from the point near the southern tip of Taiwan and ending close to northern Borneo. Its breadth is about 965 kilometers (600 miles). The Philippine coastline adds up to 17,500 km (nearly 11,000 miles). Three prominent bodies of water surround the archipelago: the Pacific Ocean on the east, the South China Sea on the west and north, and the Celebes Sea on the south. This position accounts for much of the variations in geographic, climatic and vegetation conditions in the country.

The topography of the bigger islands – particularly Luzon and Mindanao – is characterized by alluvial plains, narrow valleys, rolling hills and high mountains. The highest mountains are found in Mindanao and Luzon, with the altitudes varying from 1,790 to 3,144 meters. Most of the smaller islands are mountainous in the interior, surrounded by narrow strips of discontinuous flat lowlands which constitute the coastal rims. The shorelines of both large and small islands are irregular.

The Philippines’ fertile land accounts for the more than 900 species of orchids representing 100 genera that have been found. The sampaguita is the national flower.

Among the country’s fauna are some endangered species like the Philippine eagle, the tarsier, and the mouse deer.

The country is marked by a blend of cultures; truly in the Philippines, east meets west. The background of the people is Indonesian and Malay. There are Chinese and Spanish elements as well. The history of American rule and contact with merchants and traders culminated in a unique blend of East and West, both in the appearance and culture of the people of the Philippines (Filipinos).

Hospitality, a trait displayed by every Filipino, makes these people legendary in Southeast Asia. Seldom can you find such hospitable people who enjoy the company of their Western visitors. Perhaps due to their long association with Spain, Filipinos are emotional and passionate about life, in a way that seems more Latin than Asian.

The Philippines offers a wonderful diversity of under-water life, both large and small and a profusion of wrecks. Its reputation in the diving-world is attracting even the most seasoned of divers who is seeking new experiences and adventures – Be one of those divers and contact us today to begin your journey.