Coral Cay Resort

Solangon, San Juan, Siquijor, Visayas, 6227, Philippines | Resort
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This resort is located on Solangon, San Juan, Siquijor.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Siquijor

    Enchanting Siquijor

    A travel blog entry by nylorahs6 on Apr 08, 2014

    5 photos

    Discovering Coral Cay Resort, with it’s pristine white beaches and a perfect place to simply relax, unwind, and chill out.


    A travel blog entry by gordo2012 on May 03, 2012

    1 comment, 157 photos

    ... river as the green canyon walls dropped away below was almost as exhilarating as speeding towards the rocks on the other side head-first with no idea how you were supposed to stop. We dropped in to see the adorable tarsiers snoozing in their sanctuary, and then grabbed some beers for the ferry to Sigijor. This time we’d managed to hire a jeepney to take us around for the day and didn’t even bother with the pretence of a game as we passed around the whisky and ...

    Only Horses Sweat.

    A travel blog entry by baliblisters on Mar 25, 2012

    ... door.

    Tuesday 27th

    that we'd been slacking on our 'training regime' partly due to the
    fact that everywhere we've been has been so small that long walks are
    a bit tricky, we decided a long walk was well overdue. After a
    filling breakfast of poached eggs on toast with mango shakes we
    headed off to walk the ten miles between our hostel and another town
    on the East coast – Maria.

    started out just before ...

    Slowing down the pace

    A travel blog entry by pbweiss on Feb 04, 2012

    2 photos

    ... off area with wet suits and snorkels. There were a lot of tourist floating with life jackets who obviously couldn't really swim. Then we saw some of the locals in tiny boats paddling around and dumping shrimp or other food into the water. Each little boat had a whale shark following it eating up the food. It was like they were the boat owner's pet and these creatures were very docile. It was so amazing to swim along them and ...

    Day Three

    A travel blog entry by bmonroe on Jun 02, 2011

    ... our driver. One of the communities today was in the mountains. The road up there was the bumpiest ride I have ever been on, it was almost comical! On the way back, we had to carry old palm fronds because one of the gals at work was having a 4th birthday party for her daughter and they make Lechon, a cooked pig for it. This doesn’t sounds bad except we added 2 adults and 3 children to the bus to give them a ride back to ...