Cove Sands Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
TravelPod Member ReviewsCove Sands Beach Resort Dumaguete
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.
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Travel Blogs from Dumaguete
... A couple more places, fully booked. One very helpful man at a hotel reception spent half an hour phoning places for me. The only thing available was a room for 8 people. I was tempted to take it but got back in the trike. Eventually by 1am, I had a room. The room wasn't too bad. The bathroom on the other hand. Let's just say it took about ten flushes to get rid of the last guest's parting gift. Also, you could do your business and take a shower at the same ...
... of course) and a couple of hammocks next to the small beach! It's pretty! After dinner we came back to our room and I was chatting to a guy about his travelling. He is cycling across 7 continents... I only thought there were 5, turns out I learnt some geography last night, put to the test they are... North America, South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, Australasia and Antartica (I think). He did 6 months cycling Europe, 2 months from Sydney to Perth, Mongolia and Siberia, some of ...
... just had to bob around and wait for one to come past. All in all I think there were about 8? Or it could have been about 4 swimming all over the place. They were enormous, about 4m long at least. Very gentle swimmers but really fast. The start was a bit intense because there were too many people by as we found new areas where the non swimmers couldn't get to it was really spectacular. It was really funny, you could see all the guides in the water with the non- ...
... falls. Along the way we drove through tiny villages where local children ran out of there houses to greet us shouting hello hello and trying to hi five Matt as we drove past then cheering when they succeeded. When we pulled up to the start of the waterfalls track a group of four kids joined us and acted as our tour guides leading us along the right path down to the falls before ...
... for a meal. The walk along the beach is mostly dark. A couple of times some dogs bark at me aggressively (advice for you kids at home, if a dog gets aggressive, kneeling down and pretending to pick up something to throw at them will back them off, at least temporarily).
When I get to the restaurant, it's empty.
Wow, didn't see that coming.
I check out in the morning and pay for my extra night, leaving a nice tip for the ladies. ...