One of the best dive/snorkel spot Negros has to offer. Located in Domolog, Bindoy Negros Oriental.
How to get there (from Cebu City)
- take a bus ride from South Bus Terminal going to Liloan, Santander (4 hours)
- from Liloan port, take a boat ride to Sibulan, Dumaguete (30-45 mins)
- take a bus from Sibulan to Domolog, Bindoy (1-2hrs)
- a boat is waiting in Domolog that will take you to the reef (15-30mins)
The way I sea it in Mantalip Reef located in the municipality of Bindoy, Negros Oriental.
It is more fun in Negros Oriental!
One of the beautiful tourist spot at bindoy, negros oriental enjoy watching :)
Edit by mazelle production.
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