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General

Club Paradise Palawan is an exclusive 19 hectare island resort hotel dotted in a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. It is a tropical paradise strategically located amid Coron’s magnificent landscapes and seascapes, natural tourist attractions, and exhilarating dive sites.

Standing gloriously on azure waters and expansive 700 meter pristine beach that is unmatched in Palawan, the hotel offers plenty of lounging options and a myriad of activities such as kayaking, paraw sailing, diving, hiking and Coron island hopping for a pulsating island getaway. Fifty (50) rooms include beachfront thatched cottages with private balconies exuding elegant simplicity afford the most indulgent stay. If you’re looking for a spa in Coron, the Glow Spa is a must try. Colorful house reef, which is home to around 550 underwater species, assures unparalleled snorkeling experience and on-site Discovery Fleet dive center in Coron provides full diving and non-diving programs for beginners and avid divers.

Discover the island life and experience the best of world renowned Filipino hospitality marked by the Discovery Leisure Company’s genuine and personalized “Service That’s All Heart.”


ROOM CATEGORY SPECIAL DAILY ROOM RATE
GARDEN SUITE PHP 12,720.00 per room per night

 


INCLUSIONS:
• Daily breakfast
• Round-trip airport transfers


TERMS AND CONDITIONS:

  • CHILD POLICY: 7 years old and below are free of charge when staying in the room with parents/adults with no extra bed requirements. Children 8-11 years old will have additional charge of Php 2,440.00 per night inclusive of daily breakfast and round-trip transfers from Busuanga Airport.
  • Minimum of two (2) nights stay is required.
  • Extra Person: Php 3,660.00 per night inclusive of buffet breakfast and round-trip airport transfers from Busuanga Airport.
  • Hotel/Resort may require a security/incidental deposit or credit card imprint upon check-in.
  • Standard check-in time is at 2:00PM. Standard check-out time is at 12:00NN or depending on the hotel/resort’s policy.
  • All rates are for cash payment or bank deposit only.
  • All rates are subject to change without prior notice.
  • All rates are NOT APPLICABLE during PEAK/SUPER PEAK SEASON, HOLIDAYS and LONG WEEKENDS.
  • Black-out Dates: March 22-23, 2020 / April 9-11, 2020 / April 14-16, 2020 / May 1-2, 2020 / June 12-14, 2020.
  • All rooms are subject to availability at the time of booking.
  • All transfers are based on seat-in-coach and subject to weather and local conditions.
  • Once finalized and guaranteed is non-endorsable, non-rebookable, non-refundable and non-transferable.
  • VALIDITY: June 2020

Coron, Palawan (Region 4B - MIMAROPA)

Coron, Palawan (Region 4B - MIMAROPA)

Coron Island is a wedge-shaped limestone island in the province of Palawan. It has seven lakes, famous of which is the nationally-acclaimed cleanest lake in the Philippines, the Kayangan Lake. It also has a number of islands with white beaches and clear blue waters perfect for snorkeling, deepsea fishing and shipwreck diving. Some coastal areas are covered with mangrove forests.

Coron is the largest town on the island. The municipality covers part of Busuanga Island and all of the nearby Coron Island. Both islands are part of the Calamian Group of Islands in northern Palawan.

The area is famous for its World War II wreck diving, and the site has been named in many lists of top dive spots in the world. In September 1944, a fleet of Japanese ships hiding in the harbor were sunk in a daring raid by the US navy. The result is around ten well preserved underwater shipwrecks surrounded with coral reef.

There are also attractions on Coron Island itself. There are many beautiful bleach white sand beaches, mostly tiny and surrounded by large limestone cliffs and wildlife. Barracuda and Kayangan lakes are both stunning locations, and good for snorkeling, and the island is the ancestral domain of an indigenous tribe who are managing the island in a sustainable way and keeping outsiders at a distance and offshore at night.

Coron is the third-largest island in the Calamian Islands in northern Palawan in the Philippines. The island is part of the larger municipality of the same name. It is about 170 nautical miles (310 km) southwest of Manila and is known for several Japanese shipwrecks of World War II vintage. Because of its unique ecological features, the entire area is protected by several legal proclamations.

The island and surrounding fishing grounds are part of the ancestral domain of the indigenous Tagbanwa people, officially designated such on June 5, 1998. Known as Calis among the Tagbanwas and Coronians, its tribal chieftain is Rodolfo Aguilar I. The island comprises two barangays of the municipality of Coron: Banuang Daan and Cabugao. Partially between Busuanga and Culion islands, Coron Island faces the Sulu Sea and forms the eastern side of Coron Bay. It is about 20 kilometers (12 mi) long from north to south, and 9 kilometers (5.6 mi) at its widest point.

It is a wedge-shaped mountainous island, dominated by steep cliffs and Karst rock formations made of Permian limestone of Jurassic origin that comprises about 70% of its area. Another 25% is rolling hills, while only 5% is relatively flat. There are 11 lakes nestled in the rugged terrain, of which 3 have underground connections to the sea. There are a few mangroves in coastal areas.

 


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