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Boracay’s main draw is White Beach, over three kilometers of incomparable powdery fine white sand. If this isn’t enough to provide amusement or recreation, there are a few other places to check out in the island. Ask about the Shell Museum and the Tirol Museum, where you can gain a more informed understanding of Boracay. The Department of Tourism office located in D’Mall, Station 2 will be able to provide more options on what to see (open Mon-Fri, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.)
Panglao Island Nature Resort and Spa
Address: Bingag, Dauis 6339, Bohol, Philippines
Telefax Nos.: (63-38) 502-2090 / 502-2091 /
502-2450 to 52
Email Address: email@example.com
Total No. of Rooms : 30
Floor Area per room : 25 square meters
Max. Capacity : 4 persons
Two Single beds (42×80 inches) that are convertible into a double bed; a bathroom with shower. Some rooms have a bath tub.
Forest / Garden Bungalow
Total No. of Rooms : 18 Forest / 2 Garden
Floor Area per room : 28 square meters
Max. Capacity : 3 or 4 persons
Two single beds (42×80 inches) that are convertible into a double bed; a private outdoor Jacuzzi and a separate bathroom with shower in the Forest Bungalows; a wooden tub and a separate bathroom with shower in the Garden Bungalows
Two single beds (42×80 inches) that are convertible into a double bed in some bungalows; a double bed (78×80 inches) in other bungalows; a glass-paneled bathroom with shower; a private outdoor Jacuzzi.
All guestrooms are designed with a veranda with coffee table and chairs, and a drying rack. Rooms are equipped with individual remote-controlled air-conditioning, cable television, IDD/NDD telephone facility, refrigerator, coffee & tea making facility, hairdryer, personal safe, 220V electrical points, transformers (110V) upon request, key-card security lock system.
The Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park is located about 50 km north of the city of Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Philippines and is one of the most important conservation areas in the Philippines. It features a limestone karst mountain landscape with an 8.2 km. navigable underground river which is directly connected in the South China Sea. The underground river includes major formations of stalactites and stalagmites, and several large chambers and is reputed to be the world’s longest underground river.
As as source of pride and beauty, Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park has attracted increasing number of tourists ranging from hikers, photographers, nature lovers to foreigners who travel just to marvel to this wonderful God-given tourist haven.Read the rest of this entry »