EcoGives Forward

Happy World Oceans Day!

On the 8th June each year, people from around the world come together to celebrate and raise awareness of the importance of our oceans on Worlds Oceans Day. This year the focus is on plastic pollution; sharing inspiring solutions and taking action to limit its impact. Why are oceans important? Earth is truly a “blue planet”, with over 70% of it covered by water. Our oceans provide countless benefits to…
Kirsty Richards
9th June 2019
PADI Seal team and Bubblemaker. Kids scuba dive at Atmosphere Resort in the PhilippinesKid's Cove

KIDS scuba diving at Atmosphere with PADI

PADI Bubblemaker and Seal Team When you visit us here at Atmosphere Resorts, you don't have to be an adult to enjoy all of what we have to offer. Whether it's diving (including the PADI Bubblemaker Course and PADI Seal Team), drinking, the spa, or excursions, there are always kid-friendly options. We pride ourselves in our happy hour (and a half) with drink specials changing daily that include non-alcoholic beverages…
Daniel Geary
15th December 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
Apo Island - a diver and snorkeler ParadiseExcursions

Apo Island – a diver and snorkeler Paradise

Although Dauin is mainly visited by 'muck divers,' there is a great opportunity for reef diving only 20 minutes away at Apo Island. It is a stark contrast to the diving along the Dauin coast nearby Atmosphere Resorts & Spa, but you cannot compare the two because of how different they are. Although some critters are found at both places, such as sea kraits and sea turtles, Apo Island also…
Daniel Geary
27th April 2014