Get all the information you need about the Tropicana Castle Hotel & Dive Resort. Should anything important be missing, please don’t hesitate to contact us.


You can check in on the day of your arrival starting at 02:00 p.m. Check-out is at noon. For specific arrangements please contact us.


We accept all common card payments (Mastercard, Visa, BPI, BDO) as well as payment in cash in Philippine Peso oder US Dollar.


We’re happy to arrange your transfer from Ninoy Aquino International Aiport in Manila or other locations. Please contact us to make arrangements.


Hotel security at the highest level – security & saftey 24h

A main reason why guests feel comfortable at a hotel is the hotel security provided in Sabang.

Only guests who feel safe can sit back and relax. A good hotelier will follow the principle of «My home is my castle» and put everything into ensuring that his guests won’t have to worry about their personal safety or their luggage. 24h reception and security service with guard dog at night.


The year is divided into a dry season and a rainy season. The locals call these phases of the year hot-season and rainy-season. In the Philippines, there is no classification of the seasons as we know them in Europe. The dry season in the Philippines lasts from mid-January to March. The so-called hot-season starts in March and lasts until May. During this time, temperatures can climb up to 40 degrees Celsius on the thermometer. The rainy season starts in June and lasts until November. The rainy season carries the greatest risk of typhoons, but the Philippines can be hit by tropical cyclones all year. Rainy season does not mean, however, that it rains all day. Generally, during the so-called rainy-season strong showers can be expected. It often rains in the afternoon or at night. Even during this season, it’s very much possible to have a great holiday vacation as the temperatures are very pleasant.

Typhoons in the Philippines

Typhoons are tropical cyclones that are a risk in the Philippines throughout the year. The hurricanes form in the Pacific Ocean and can move in the direction of the Philippine Islands. Many of the typhoons do not develop a lot of strength and don’t come close to the islands. Especially during the rainy season in the Philippines there’s an increased risk of being hit by a typhoon. Typhoons occur very rarely in Sabang.