Cove Sands Beach Resort

Address: Abacaca, Dumaguete, Negros, Visayas, 6219, Philippines | 3 star ranch
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsCove Sands Beach Resort Dumaguete

    Reviewed by phoeme

    Monarch Sands Beach Resort

    Reviewed May 4, 2012
    by (1 review) Siaton Negros Oriental , Philippines Flag of Philippines

    Resort Amenities and Tour:

    Balanan Tour ( Balanan - is a lake) - 800 pesos each person
    manicure and pedicure- 200 pesos
    Apo Island Snorkel trip (minimum of 4 people) - 1700 pesos each person
    scooter rent - 600 pesos a day (4 hours- 400)
    massage - 400 pesos (1 hour)
    horseback riding - 2 hours hiking (100 pesos/person


    Monarch Sands Philippine Beach Resort here on Negros Oriental, Philippines, they do their best to make your Philippine Holiday experience memorable and worry-free. Whether you are a Master Scuba diver, or a beach potato, our Philippine Dive Resort facilities are constructed in an age old Philippine tradition. Handed down from generation to generation, from their bamboo floors to their Nipa roofs, each cottage is hand crafted the traditional way. They strive to provide you with the most personal service available. They've got a range of amenities and services that take care of your concerns, from dining options and rejuvenating spa massages to basic needs such as laundry, new Diving equipment to make your Scuba diving in the Philippine an exciting adventure.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    TripAdvisor Reviews Cove Sands Beach Resort Dumaguete

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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