Coron Hilltop View Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Islandview- apartment building facing the lagoon and the least favorable of
all especially if you are traveling with elders since the room is a bit
up on the hill.
Dugong bar- for a variety of wines and liquors
Entertainment room- videoke is available if you want to sing to your ...
... at a small harbor , looking like a movie set. But actually just a park ranger station of a couple of bamboo huts and wood, plank bridges. The steep climb of steps led to a stunning view across the bay, and down to a natural lake for swimming in its deep blue water. Our next stop was twin lakes.. A small cove that had two lakes, connected by a small sets of stairs that you climbed through to reach the other side. We had it all to ourselves, and our boat captain had to tear us ...
... there, along with the more responsible donations of toothbrushes of course. They were all really sweet and made sure that everyone got something.
On our final evening, some of the local ladies gave us a massage under the stars. It was tough not to fall asleep, but we didn’t want to miss out on the incredible view.
We arrived in El Nido with a perfect sunset behind us. A stunning end to a most incredible experience. Definitely a once in a lifetime. ...
... and along the seafront. There was no beach in Coron just a pier. On the water there were lots of stilt houses. Some of them looked as though they were falling down which we were told later was due to typhoon Yolanda. The landscape was very green and hilly in and there were huge areas of derelict land. We stumbled across a zip wire which was only 300 pesos for two goes each. We couldn't resist! It was so much fun! It was over the sea, but wasn't the best design as we got a bit wet and ...
... only four of us on this swimming,climbing, snorkeling tour, as we climbed yet more rocky steps to the secluded and gorgeous Kayangan Lake. Accessible by a steep 10-minute climb, the crystal-clear waters of Lake Kayangan are nestled into the mountain walls; underwater is like a moonscape. There’s a little wooden walkway and platform to stash your things at which point I was given a hefty orange vest, a pair of goggles and breathing apparatus and jumped ...