Scuba Diving in Puerto Galera Mindoro

Experience snorkeling and scuba diving in the waters of Puerto Galera Mindoro. options for scuba diving is in the island of mindoro, or the aisle of batanggas

I have only tried snorkelling in a marine sanctuary. would want to try diving one day.
intro diving costs around 2,500 PHP and a padi license would cost almost $1,000


Palawan called the last frontier with its vast sand beaches connecting some islands. names previously names as one of the worlds wonders.

Photo courtesy of EL NIDO RESORT PALAWAN
Video Courtesy of jaylunaprod youtube

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Explore the islands through trekking, kayak, discover the bat caves on the island perimeter or go island hopping

The welcome greeting upon arrival in the island. with the majestic views of rock formation isles. With cottages on stilts by the sea. experience the local dishes or by their master chef's to suite your satisfaction through candlelit dinner by the beach.


Is located between station 1 and 2
a few meters away from the main beach.

With two room types: published price
Essential $140.00++
Exceptional $180.00 ++
Extra Person $25.00 ++

Prices may vary for foreign and philippine markets. and season changes.
Photo and video courtesy of Tides Boracay

60 rooms / hot and cold water / mini bar/ plasma tv with cable / in room safety box / magnetic keycard doors.

Phones are available at the front desk for IDD and NDD.

Sun Deck Lounge Bar and Cafe

Roof lounge and Infinity Pool

Exceptional room & bathroom category

Essential room and bathroom category

Ka-on : Simply Good Filipino Food
Right in the heart of Boracay’s teeming D’ Mall is The Tides Hotel. The boutique hotel opened its doors in 2007 introducing a new spin to island resort travel & lodging that soon captured the attention of foreign & local travelers.
Today, the Tides Hotel continues to be a top choice establishment. Consistently fine tuning all aspects of guest services one of them being the food & beverage experience.
Introducing Ka-on, the Tides Hotel’s rooftop Filipino restaurant. Ka-on is the Hiligaynon word that means “eat”. The menu in Ka-on is Filipino in inspiration. Drawing from the rich Filipino culture of eating and eating well for that matter. The food is prepared true to tradition, using locally sourced produce, cooked in the style of the olden ways, featuring dishes regional in origins, varied and always distinct and flavorful. The concept is simple. The results are sincere.
From the soul satisfying bowls of “Pancit Molo” and “Suwam sa Mais” to the truly exotic funkiness of “bagoong” served with the green mango relish or in an earthy “Pinakbet”, Ka-on delivers a menu full of homey delicious goodness like that served in every Filipino family’s dinner table.
The Kapampangan specialty “sisig” ~ crispy pork bits flavored with chilies, calamansi & onions take a playful twist served as a “lumpia” or spring roll. Filipino seviche or “Kinilaw” is served chilled in an intense marinade of chilies, ginger, green mangoes & vinegar. All perfect food matches to a nice cold bottle of beer or a mojito at happy hour.
Lunch & dinner just got an upgrade with new entrees & main courses as well. The “Bistek Tagalog” is tender beef sautéed with onions and a calamansi & soy sauce glaze. “Bangus Belly ala Pobre” is from the rich flavored milkfish served with a heady garlic sauce. Pork belly comes in a crispy, crunchy deliciousness called “Lechon Kawali”.
The menu takes a decidedly different yet familiar tone as the Tides Hotel Chef, Fernando Aracama presents what he calls Progressive Filipino Cuisine. Chef Fern brings back his signature dishes from his Restaurant Uva as a special feature on the Ka-on menu.

Progressive Filipino cuisine is simply keeping to traditional cooking methods but improving on the dish with the use of new ingredients, applying new culinary trends & techniques and a modern approach to food presentation. The national dish of the Philippines is “adobo”. Ka-on serves it as crispy beef ribs cooked adobo style with sweet mango relish and garlic chips. Dried fish or “tuyo” is served in a pasta dish with tomatoes, black olives, green onions and “itlog na maalat” or salted duck eggs. It is familiar yet different. It is simply good Filipino food.

Ka-on is on the Penthouse of The Tides Hotel Boracay, D’ Mall on Station 2.