El Rio y Mar Resort
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEl Rio y Mar Resort Coron
cant recommend the staff and the experience here enough, spent a wonderful 4 days being pampered
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... to get some renewed perspective. The scenes of devastation are very confronting. People had such little chance for survival. Its impossible to really comprehend the magnitude of devastation.
The latest report I read on the outcome of the 'seemingly' insignificant Cebu typhoon was - "Tropical Storm Seniang made landfall on the Philippines' main southern island of Mindanao on 29 Dec 2014 and then crossed to the central islands, causing floods and landslides. The ...
... yeah not 1 but 2 lizards casually passing by. With this encounter we resign the plan of heading down to Hidden beach as we might see a giant anaconda this time. Lol now I'm exaggerating.
If you wish to snorkel they offer free snorkeling gears and for kids you can occupy them with movies in the Kid's room or borrow some beach toys and let them indulge in the sand.
Buffet is supposed to be serve daily but in cases where ...
... are indeed in the threshold of paradise.
After a brief orientation about the place and activities available a staff ushered us to our beachfront room and as we sashay down the corridor she pointed several trees which seems to be covered by big, dark creatures.Yes dangling on the trees are huge fruit bats which according to them are a resident of the island. It is a mystique looking at them
especially when ...
... diving day, which also happened to be Sherilyn's birthday, we headed inland to a waterfall at Conception. It was another scorching hot day, so we needed the swim after the long drive on dirt roads. Fortunately, Lloyd’s scooter skills were up to the task. The drive took us through the countryside and past local villages. Basketball is a major sport here and almost every village has a court which is usually occupied by the local teens.
Coron was also the starting point ...
... side at 36m, the top being at 22m and quite large at 118m long! Just a mooring line to guide you all the way down. After a quick swim around the stern, looking at a pulley which was used for loading the ship, we started to head inside. The entrance was a large crack along the side, which was created by the fatal bomb that hit the ship. Through a cloud of glass fish, into the dark. The propellor end was dark, with just a small few blue holes for light. We looked at an ...