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PDSR May 29 2013

If you want to go diving on 14 WWII Japanese shipwrecks in the Philippines, you need to go to Busuanga Island in north Palawan and stay in The Puerto Del Sol Dive Resort and Dive Academy., which is only MINUTES from the WRECKS.

If you are in El Nido or Boracay, this is the place to come next for diving.The Puerto Del Sol Resort Hotel is  is one of the best Dive Resort Hotels in Palawan, that surround Puerto Del Sol Bay on the West Coast of Busuanga Island, for Wreck diving 14 WWII Japanese Ship Wrecks.

The diving in Busuanga is a wreck divers dream, 14 wrecks at around 25 to 30 meters deep.They are better than Boracay or El Nido.You can dive three dives a day no problem. Most of the wrecks are only minutes from our Dive Resort and Dive Academy at Puerto Del Sol Resort.

Our Dive Acadamy and dive shop are very well equipped, plenty of space to wash your gear , nice classroom and terrace next to the restaurant easy entry onto our dive boats.

Also there are many activities available in our immediate area. Island hopping, snorkeling and diving our fantastic reefs,you can visit Calauit Wildlife Park and see African animals such as Giraffes, Zebras and Deer. WE also have Caves and waterfalls. Visit Black Island for its huge white sand beach that is more spectacular than Boracay.

 At night watch the falling stars that are always visible due to our  clear not polluted night sky.

When you are ready to eat and drink visit one of the Restaurants and Bars that surruound the Puerto Del Sol Bay.

Our Resort Hotel. The Puerto Del Sol Resort & Dive Academy, is one of the best of the Busuanga Resorts. Surrounded by mother nature at its best.

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