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Luxurious Upgrades at Atlantis Resorts

While many of our guests compliment us on the quality of their vacation experience with Atlantis we also do get suggestions for improvement from time to time. We listen. Due to these suggestions, as well as one of our primary goals of continuous improvement, we are excited to announce the following upgrades.

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Dive the Philippines in Luxury

Whichever exciting destination you choose our professional crew will ensure you get the most from your vacation. Check out the features and facilities on board the Azores; you will see the Atlantis Azores has been set up for divers by divers, including modern safety features and lots of extras to make your dive holiday all you expect and the trip of a lifetime.

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Did you know in Dumaguete?

Dumaguete is called "The City of Gentle People". It is a college town with a warm atmosphere and an air of sophistication. The city's name is derived from the word 'dumaguit' which in English means 'to snatch'. This name suggests it has the power to charm visitors and keep them from ever wanting to leave. Dumaguete is the capital of Negros Oriental with a population of more that 120,000 people. The city is home to Siliman University, the first university outside Manila along with several other first class universities. It's anthropological museum houses extensive collections of artifacts dating back to the Sung and Ming Dynasties of the 18th Century. In recent years Dumaguete has attracted a large number of international…

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Did you know in Puerto Galera?

Puerto Galera was founded in 1574 as the original capital of Mindoro; Calapan is now the provincial capital. The town was popularly known as "Puerto Galera" (Port of Galleons). Spanish galleons coming from Mexico and Spain used the presence of an excellent natural port to take refuge during stormy weather. The bay remains as refuge for ferries and other vessels during storms to this day. Mindoro is the seventh-largest island in the Philippines. In past time, it has been called Ma-i or Mait by ancient Chinese traders and by Spaniards, as Mina de Oro (meaning "gold-mine") from where the island got it's current name. In 1942, the Japanese air force and naval auxiliary occupied the town. Mindoro's Mount Halcon rises…

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