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Luxury resort in Coron



GUESTS at Two Seasons Island Resort and Spa may stay in any of the 42 bungalow-type rooms ensconced in breathtaking landscapes across the expansive property.

Known as the first eco-friendly luxury resort on the tropical peninsula in Malaroyroy, Two Seasons Island Resort and Spa Coron has first-class accommodations, premier recreational facilities and topnotch service.

Mangroves, lush tropical gardens and a house reef provide a peaceful haven for a protected giant clam and turtle sanctuary. Arresting limestone cliff formations offer a stunning view.

Guests may stay in any of the 42 bungalow-type rooms. Each has its own access to the beach, affording guests privacy and convenience during their stay.

Two Seasons’ Sulu Restaurant serves fresh seafood and grilled specialties. A more laid-back hangout is Bahura Bar that offers guests a cozy place to cool their heels after a long day of swimming and sightseeing.

A wide range of marine activities is offered through Pawikan Aqua Sports Center. Catamarans, banana boats and kayaks are available for water sports. Non-divers can ride the Hydrobob Submersible Scooter to explore the wonders of the deep without having to swim.

A different kind of thrill awaits the brave willing to go to deeper water to see sunken Japanese ships. These shipwreck dive sites have been listed in the Top 10 Best Scuba Diving Sites in the World compiled by Forbes Traveler Magazine.

Guests may choose their own private corner among beachfront cabanas, hilltop villas and spa villas nestled within mangrove forests.

Call tel. no. 4102075 to 80; fax 7321747 or 4118209; e-mail bliss@twoseasonsresorts.com; visit www.twoseasonsresorts.com; like on Facebook Two Seasons Coron Island Resort; or go to Nena Bldg., 132-A Bayani St. cor. Araneta Ave., QC.

From Kalibo to Boracay in three easy steps

Tigerair Philippines has launched the Tiger Transfer service for passengers going to Boracay from Kalibo, and Kalibo to Boracay in three easy steps.

Step 1 is land transfer where guests disembarking at the Kalibo International Airport will be taken by the Tiger Transfer service to the jetty port. Step 2 is the VIP boat ride exclusive to Tigerair passengers who will  take the express lane in the jetty port straight to Boracay Island. Step 3 is the land transfer to the hotel of the  passenger’s choice.

Under the Tiger Transfer Service, guests who purchase the transfer ticket online, onboard the flight or upon check-in, will pay only P500 for one-way transfer to Boracay.

“It is our thrust to offer value-for-money services,” says Olive Ramos, president and CEO of Tigerair Philippines.

For inquiries, call 0917-8277893 or log on to www.tigerair.com/ph.


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Tags: Boracay , Coron , Luxury Resort , Palawan , Tigerair Philippines , Tourism , Travel , Two Seasons Island Resort



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