Sunday, September 4, 2011





Lemlunay South Point Dive Resort

Maasim Sarangani Province




The Tinoto Wall, a 10-kilometer coral formation off the Lemlunay South Point Dive Resort in Maasim, along the coast of Sarangani Province, is famous among diving aficionados for its diversity. This giant squid is among the larger species–including Napoleon wrasse, bump head parrotfish, and manta rays—which throng the “wall.” The Sarangani Tourism Industry Association, Inc. (SARTIA), the provincial government and USAID’s Growth with Equity in Mindanao (GEM) Program are working together to expand diving tourism  in Sarangani, where dive spots like this are  30 to 40 kilometers from General Santos City. The GEM Program is implemented under the oversight of the Mindanao Economic Development Council. 
























Lemlunay Diving Resort is a paradise located at the edge of Tinoto Reef at Barangay Kamanga, Maasim, Sarangani Province. For more info, you can visit their website at www.lemlunayresort.com or call them at 083 228 1704 or text them at 0928 5244528.

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