Island Time on Apo: Getting Off the Grid at Liberty’s

Staying overnight at Apo Island is definitely the way to go. You’re totally unplugged (electricity is only available from around 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. It’s enough to charge your camera batteries and power the blender to make some mango shakes (mmm, mango shakes) and refill the dive tanks. Other than that you’re on island time and your day is dictated by the rhythm of the day and the sea. I always stay at Liberty’s resort because of the welcoming, community vibe.

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