One of the places I enjoy going to when I am in Sarangani, is Lemlunay Dive Resort. It has a full view of Sarangani Bay and it is a perfect spot for complete relaxation. Nestled on a cliff facing the bay, it is also a protected marine sanctuary. Although I do not dive and am completely terrified at the thought of it, I have had lots of friends and family go down and explore the waters and they have had only great stories to tell. They are PADI certified and have dive instructors and dive masters available at all times. I’m still thinking if I will get certified. Maybe one day. 😕
Did I mention the food? They have delish food available and nice cold drinks, both alcoholic and non alcoholic. 🙂
Sarangani is my 2nd home away from home and I try and fly down every chance I get. I love taking friends to see that Sarangani is an amazing and peaceful place. The people warm, the food… amazing and there are so many things to do. I have been here for about 11 days and I am fully charged. All my “tanks” are full and I’m ready to tackle Manila madness once again. 😛
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“Food nourishes the body as God’s Word nourishes the soul”
It’s nice that you’ve memorialized this place ante power plant.
Boy! I was so thrilled that I could see the bottom of the waters!
Place was so tranquil.
A peaceful, beautiful quietness, if you know what I mean.
I could just sit there the whole afternoon, just breathing in the fresh sea unpolluted air!
Next time, I want to explore the grounds, too.
And yes, that Hamachi we had was yummy, too!
Again, thanks for bringing us there, Pri! 🙂
YOu are ALWAYS welcome to come to Saragani. Looking forward to our trip back.