Garden Apartment lounge at Atmosphere Resorts & Spa PhilippinesEcoGives ForwardProjects

Atmosphere goes big on International Clean-up Day

We regularly conduct beach cleans here at Atmosphere. As 15th - 22nd September was Project AWARE week and Saturday 21st was International Coastal Clean-up Day, we stepped things up a gear. Diving against debris Seven divers, including our PADI Regional Training Consultant Pam, sunk beneath the surface of our house reef to Dive Against Debris. Even Oli, our Dive Centre Manager, donned a wetsuit (this never happens!). After searching for…
Kirsty Richards
26th September 2019
English-language ESL summer camps at Atmosphere Resorts & Spa PhilippinesKid's CoveProjects

English-Language ESL Summer Camps at Atmosphere Resort

Do you have kids between the ages of 8-16 who want to learn better English? Do you want to spend some time at Atmosphere Resorts & Spa this summer whilst your kids are at ESL camp just minutes away? Then this is your opportunity to combine them both! ONE International School on Atmosphere's premises is offering 3 fun and educational summer camps in July and August with qualified teachers -…
Ulrika Kroon
6th May 2018
CrittersProjectsUnderwater Sightings

SMURFs on the Atmosphere House Reef

SMURFs are actually mesh baskets used to research baby fish From April until June, the Atmosphere Resort house reef will be used as a research site to study baby fish. This research project is run by marine biologists from Curtin University in Perth (Australia). To study baby fish, we are using “SMURFs”. SMURFs stand for “Standard Monitoring Unit for Recruitment of Fishes”. They are mesh-baskets filled with pebbles, sand or…
Atmosphere Resorts
1st May 2016
The Secrets of Tropical GardeningProjects

The Secrets of Tropical Gardening

The After-Dinner Gardening Book by Richard W. Langer was one of my favorite books back home in Southern Finland. The book is an urban gardening guide telling the author’s quest to grow tropical fruits indoors in New York City. Deeply inspired by the book, I also tried, with ever changing success, to grow avocados, mangos, pineapples and lemons in my studio apartment in the middle of Helsinki city. I controlled…
Saila Kitola
5th August 2015
The Blue PlanetProjects

A healthy planet – for how much longer?

Have you ever wondered how important the ocean is to life on Earth? How exactly we impact the health of the ocean and its inhabitants? What we can do to help minimize that impact? If you have never thought of these questions before, then it's time that you do! Our planet is called the “Blue Planet” because of our ocean and how important it is to life on earth. If…
Daniel Geary
17th May 2015