About Pandan Island
Having been uninhabited for many years, this Pandan was 'discovered' by a French adventurer, who established the resort in the 1980s.
Pandan resort consists of 16 rooms and bungalows, a restaurant, a beach bar and a dive centre. The bungalows are all built from native materials to create a simple, comfortable, and private atmosphere.
All bungalows are facing the South China Sea and have their own shower and toilet, (except for the five budget rooms, that share two bathrooms), a private terrace and mosquito nets. Since there is no generator on the island, all electricity needed for lights is produced by a solar system.
The restaurant serves Filipino and French food. Lunch and dinner are buffet style and offer a variety of fresh fish, poultry or meat with vegetables, fruits and coffee.
The bar invites to sip a tropical drink, play a game of pool or darts and watch the sun sinking into the South China Sea.
Other activities include sunset cruises, volleyball, table tennis, sea kayaks and bird watching. Motorbike and sightseeing trips can also be arranged on nearby Mindoro.
In 1994, a marine park was established around the island. Thanks to a strict no fishing and 'hands off' policy, the variety and density of the marine life is remarkable.
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