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 Lubang Island

Philippines, Mindoro

English (Translate this text in English): Lubang Island is the largest island in the Lubang Islands, an archipelago which lies to the northwest of the northern end of Mindoro in the Philippines. The Lubang Islands are about 150 kilometers southwest of Manila. There are seven islands in the group. The largest settlement is the town of Lubang on Lubang Island, it is about eight miles northwest of the only safe anchorage at Port of Tilik. Northwest to southeast the four main islands are Cabra Island, separated by a deep, 3 km wide channel from Lubang Island, then Ambil, and Golo Island. The three smaller islands are Talinas, Malavatuan, and Mandaui Island. There are no dive operators in the area so you have to bring your own dive equipments, Tanks, and compressor if possible. there are guides that can bring you to the area but no DM's so you have to dive at your own risk. (Experienced and established divers are advisable to dive the area.)

English (Translate this text in English): Lubang Island is the largest island in the Lubang Islands, an archipelago which lies to the northwest of the northern end of Mindoro in the Philippines. The Lubang Islands are about 150 kilometers southwest of Manila. There are seven islands in the group. The largest settlement is the town of Lubang on Lubang Island, it is about eight miles northwest of the only safe anchorage at Port of Tilik. Northwest to southeast the four main islands are Cabra Island, separated by a deep, 3 km wide channel from Lubang Island, then Ambil, and Golo Island. The three smaller islands are Talinas, Malavatuan, and Mandaui Island. There are no dive operators in the area so you have to bring your own dive equipments, Tanks, and compressor if possible. there are guides that can bring you to the area but no DM's so you have to dive at your own risk. (Experienced and established divers are advisable to dive the area.)

Lubang Island is the largest island in the Lubang Islands, an archipelago which lies to the northwest of the northern end of Mindoro in the Philippines. The Lubang Islands are about 150 kilometers southwest of Manila. There are seven islands in the group. The largest settlement is the town of Lubang on Lubang Island, it is about eight miles northwest of the only safe anchorage at Port of Tilik. Northwest to southeast the four main islands are Cabra Island, separated by a deep, 3 km wide channel from Lubang Island, then Ambil, and Golo Island. The three smaller islands are Talinas, Malavatuan, and Mandaui Island. There are no dive operators in the area so you have to bring your own dive equipments, Tanks, and compressor if possible. there are guides that can bring you to the area but no DM's so you have to dive at your own risk. (Experienced and established divers are advisable to dive the area.)

English (Translate this text in English): Lubang Island is the largest island in the Lubang Islands, an archipelago which lies to the northwest of the northern end of Mindoro in the Philippines. The Lubang Islands are about 150 kilometers southwest of Manila. There are seven islands in the group. The largest settlement is the town of Lubang on Lubang Island, it is about eight miles northwest of the only safe anchorage at Port of Tilik. Northwest to southeast the four main islands are Cabra Island, separated by a deep, 3 km wide channel from Lubang Island, then Ambil, and Golo Island. The three smaller islands are Talinas, Malavatuan, and Mandaui Island. There are no dive operators in the area so you have to bring your own dive equipments, Tanks, and compressor if possible. there are guides that can bring you to the area but no DM's so you have to dive at your own risk. (Experienced and established divers are advisable to dive the area.)

English (Translate this text in English): Lubang Island is the largest island in the Lubang Islands, an archipelago which lies to the northwest of the northern end of Mindoro in the Philippines. The Lubang Islands are about 150 kilometers southwest of Manila. There are seven islands in the group. The largest settlement is the town of Lubang on Lubang Island, it is about eight miles northwest of the only safe anchorage at Port of Tilik. Northwest to southeast the four main islands are Cabra Island, separated by a deep, 3 km wide channel from Lubang Island, then Ambil, and Golo Island. The three smaller islands are Talinas, Malavatuan, and Mandaui Island. There are no dive operators in the area so you have to bring your own dive equipments, Tanks, and compressor if possible. there are guides that can bring you to the area but no DM's so you have to dive at your own risk. (Experienced and established divers are advisable to dive the area.)

English (Translate this text in English): Lubang Island is the largest island in the Lubang Islands, an archipelago which lies to the northwest of the northern end of Mindoro in the Philippines. The Lubang Islands are about 150 kilometers southwest of Manila. There are seven islands in the group. The largest settlement is the town of Lubang on Lubang Island, it is about eight miles northwest of the only safe anchorage at Port of Tilik. Northwest to southeast the four main islands are Cabra Island, separated by a deep, 3 km wide channel from Lubang Island, then Ambil, and Golo Island. The three smaller islands are Talinas, Malavatuan, and Mandaui Island. There are no dive operators in the area so you have to bring your own dive equipments, Tanks, and compressor if possible. there are guides that can bring you to the area but no DM's so you have to dive at your own risk. (Experienced and established divers are advisable to dive the area.)

English (Translate this text in English): Lubang Island is the largest island in the Lubang Islands, an archipelago which lies to the northwest of the northern end of Mindoro in the Philippines. The Lubang Islands are about 150 kilometers southwest of Manila. There are seven islands in the group. The largest settlement is the town of Lubang on Lubang Island, it is about eight miles northwest of the only safe anchorage at Port of Tilik. Northwest to southeast the four main islands are Cabra Island, separated by a deep, 3 km wide channel from Lubang Island, then Ambil, and Golo Island. The three smaller islands are Talinas, Malavatuan, and Mandaui Island. There are no dive operators in the area so you have to bring your own dive equipments, Tanks, and compressor if possible. there are guides that can bring you to the area but no DM's so you have to dive at your own risk. (Experienced and established divers are advisable to dive the area.)

English (Translate this text in English): Lubang Island is the largest island in the Lubang Islands, an archipelago which lies to the northwest of the northern end of Mindoro in the Philippines. The Lubang Islands are about 150 kilometers southwest of Manila. There are seven islands in the group. The largest settlement is the town of Lubang on Lubang Island, it is about eight miles northwest of the only safe anchorage at Port of Tilik. Northwest to southeast the four main islands are Cabra Island, separated by a deep, 3 km wide channel from Lubang Island, then Ambil, and Golo Island. The three smaller islands are Talinas, Malavatuan, and Mandaui Island. There are no dive operators in the area so you have to bring your own dive equipments, Tanks, and compressor if possible. there are guides that can bring you to the area but no DM's so you have to dive at your own risk. (Experienced and established divers are advisable to dive the area.)

English (Translate this text in English): Lubang Island is the largest island in the Lubang Islands, an archipelago which lies to the northwest of the northern end of Mindoro in the Philippines. The Lubang Islands are about 150 kilometers southwest of Manila. There are seven islands in the group. The largest settlement is the town of Lubang on Lubang Island, it is about eight miles northwest of the only safe anchorage at Port of Tilik. Northwest to southeast the four main islands are Cabra Island, separated by a deep, 3 km wide channel from Lubang Island, then Ambil, and Golo Island. The three smaller islands are Talinas, Malavatuan, and Mandaui Island. There are no dive operators in the area so you have to bring your own dive equipments, Tanks, and compressor if possible. there are guides that can bring you to the area but no DM's so you have to dive at your own risk. (Experienced and established divers are advisable to dive the area.)

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