The Azure Dive Resort is a tropical haven tucked away neatly at the small, sleepy town of Dauin, Negros Oriental. It sits on a sprawling 1,620-square meter terrain that gently slopes down to a sandy stretch, just before it merges with the warm, coastal waters of the Bohol Sea. At first glance, the two-story, white-washed structure, robust hardwood posts, and indigenous cogon roofing will already distinctly place you on the Philippine map. The resort was conscientiously built with the Filipino heritage in mind; an extraordinary touch of the Filipino culture can be experienced within its unassuming spaces.
The municipality of Dauin is home to less than 30,000 gentle locals who thrive on fishing and farming as their main livelihood. Dauin has attracted divers and tourists far and wide because of its proximity to Apo Island, a seemingly obscure dot in the Philippine Archipelago yet internationally famed for its spectacular marine life. Apo Island has become an underwater playground for diving enthusiasts all over the world. The endearing Filipino hospitality has lured many a travelers heart, and those who seek a combination of these unique experiences have always looked forward to their next return.
The Azure Dive Resort is the quintessence of the Filipino spirit—warm as the inviting blue waters of its private beach; gracious as the palm fronds that bend in the breeze. The unobtrusive presence of a highly-trained staff ensures efficient service and utmost privacy for all guests. The rooms were designed to mimic the comforts of a modern Filipino home, providing tranquil private spaces to retreat to at the end of each day.