At El Nido Resorts. (From left) Alexander Floro; Francesco Bongiovani; Ambassador to France, Tess Lazaro; Fortune Ledesma, Consul of Monaco in the Philippines; His Serene Highness Prince Albert II; Patricia Zobel de Ayala, Consul of the Philippines to Monaco; World Wildlife Fund Director, Vince Perez; Robert Calcagno, President of the Oceanography Museum of Monaco and Fernando Zobel de Ayala, Ayala President and COO. CONTRIBUTED IMAGE
El Nido Resorts welcomes Prince Albert II of Monaco
Inquirer Lifestyle / 07:01 AM April 16, 2016
His Serene Highness Sovereign Prince Albert II of Monaco was a recent visitor to El Nido Resorts in Palawan.
The keen advocate for the environment visited the country upon the invitation of President Benigno Aquino III and is particularly interested in marine conservation.
In 2006, the Prince created a Monaco-based charity named Prince Albert II Foundation, which focuses on environmental protection and sustainable development. The foundation has made sizable donations to environmental projects.
Prince Albert II flew to El Nido, Palawan and was a guest at Pangulasian Island.
With him were Philippine Ambassador to France Tess Lazaro; Fortune Ledesma, Consul of Monaco to the Philippines; Patricia Zobel de Ayala, Consul of the Philippines to Monaco; Fernando Zobel De Ayala, Ayala President and COO; World Wildlife Fund Director Vince Perez; Robert Calcagno, President of the Oceanography Museum of Monaco; El Nido Resorts Sales and Marketing Director Joey Bernardino; and RJ Ledesma. An intimate dinner was hosted in the island.
El Nido Resorts has won a number of global awards for its efforts in sustainable tourism in the Philippines. It has long been recognized for its high guest satisfaction rate and commitment to the environment.
Get the latest lifestyle news delivered to your inbox