0 scuba diving the alma jane with atlantis resortsJust a few hours from the hustle and bustle of manila lies the idyllic island of

Mindoro, on the northern end can be found puerto galera a wild life heaven, with

tropical adventures to suit all tastes.
The natural world is here in abundance, its no wonder why it is listed on the national

heritage list of WWF,

Scuba diving, trekking and island hopping are all your disposal, and after a long day

soaking up the natural atmosphere the night life will keep you well dinned and

entertained, fine restaurants for all culinary tastes can be found to go along with

live music and dancing.

This coastal town is well known among tourists for its numerous pocket beaches and many

snorkeling and Scuba diving spots. The area was designated a Man and Biosphere Reserve

of UNESCO in 1973 and has some of the most diverse coral reef diving in Asia. The

marine environment has benefited in recent years from the influx of tourist dollars.

This has seen a huge reduction in the number of fishermen in the area, as they gain

higher revenue from tourists.

Puerto Galera is a listed by the Club of the Most Beautiful Bays of the World, and is

the only bay in the Philippines to be listed there.

Among the famous beaches in Puerto Galera are Sabang Beach and White Beach, which have

an active nightlife with numerous bars and restaurants. Both beaches also have an array

of first-class and economy-class accommodations.

Sabang beach is the main destination for foreign tourists, while White Beach remains

popular with local travelers.Big La Laguna Beach and Small La Laguna Beach are

considered part of Sabang with resorts lining the beaches. Big La Laguna Beach is

popular for local swimmers and snorkelers. Since 2001 White beach has seen uncontrolled

development. New restaurants and places to stay are rapidly encroaching on the beach

itself and little remains of the once charming beach. Puerto Galera town is a pleasant

but sleepy Philippine town with few attractions. It has a large central catholic church

and a Pier area, with a selection of bistros and cafes.

The Philippines is an archipelago of 7,107 islands with a total land area of

approximately 300,000 square kilometers (116,000 square miles). Its 36,289 kilometers

of coastline makes it the country with the 5th longest coastline in the world borders

the Philippine Sea on the east, the South China Sea on the west, and the Celebes Sea on

the south. The island of Borneo is located a few hundred kilometres southwest and

Taiwan is located directly to the north. The Moluccas and Sulawesi are located to the

south-southwest and Palau is located to the east of the islands.The Philippines

(Filipino: Pilipinas officially known as the Republic of the Philippines (Filipino:

Republika ng Pilipinas), is a country in Southeast Asia in the western Pacific Ocean.

Taiwan lies north across the Luzon Strait. West across the South China Sea sits

Vietnam. The Sulu Sea to the southwest separates it from the island of Borneo and to

the south the Celebes Sea from other islands of Indonesia. It is bounded on the east by

the Philippine Sea. An archipelago comprising 7,107 islands, the Philippines is

categorized broadly into three main geographical divisions: Luzon, Visayas, and

Mindanao. The capital city is Manila.

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Scuba diving – Molokini & Turtle Town

2 Scuba diving   Molokini & Turtle TownTwo dives during a scuba diving trip in Maui. The first was in Molokini Crater and the second was in Turtle Town, also known as Five Names.
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2 Kayak Scuba Diving : Kayak Scuba Diving QualificationsIt’s important to be scuba certified if you are attempting to go kayak scuba diving. Learn more about the qualifications you need for kayak scuba diving with tips from a certified rescue diver in this free kayak diving video.

Expert: Jason Shoup
Bio: Jason Shoup is a PADI certified Rescue diver.
Filmmaker: Louis Nathan

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Kayak Scuba Diving : Scuba Kayak Modifications

2 Kayak Scuba Diving : Scuba Kayak ModificationsA regular kayak will need several modifications for kayak scuba diving. Learn about changes you’ll need to make to a scuba kayak with tips from a certified rescue diver in this free kayak diving video.

Expert: Jason Shoup
Bio: Jason Shoup is a PADI certified Rescue diver.
Filmmaker: Louis Nathan

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2 Force Fin Documentary Free Diving  Dr. Harvey Barnett Endorses Force Finhttp://www.youtube.com/user/ForceFin2020 http://www.forcefin.com
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http://harveybarnett.com/ Force Fin Documentary Diving The Best Diving Fins in the World are made in Santa Barbara, CA by Force Fin. Dr. Harvey Barnett, founder of the Infant Swimming Resource, takes his Tan Delta Force Fins to a depth of 102 feet of salt water and comes back to to boat to tell us about his Force Fin Experience. Shot in the waters of the Bahamas, Dr. Harvey Barnett presents you with evidence above and below the water why he uses the Tan Delta Force Fin.

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