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Coco Beach Island Resort is a sprawling 10-hectare beach resort with facilities made from all-natural materials… Everything is designed to compliment each facility and its natural surroundings. Definitely, an idyllic place to recharge frayed nerves, with its cozy ambience of bamboo and nipa hut in its very Filipino type of hospitality and accommodation…If you’re thinking of getting away and escaping to a tropical island paradise, then you’ve found the perfect place.
- Overnight room accommodation
- Turn down service
- Complimentary Coco Creation Soap (for Standard and Deluxe)
- Complimentary Coco Creation Toiletry set (for Hilltop, Suite and Heritage)
- Taxes and service charge
- Lean Season: June 01-September 30
- Regular Season: October 01-December 21/March 01-May 31
- Peak Season: December 22-February 28/ Holy Week/(with minimum nights for Christmas and Holyweek)
- Above rates are quoted per room per night in Philippine Pesos (PHP)
- Rates are valid Until Further Notice
- Hotel rooms are subject to space availability
- Rates are subject to change without prior notice
- Airport transfer
- Bicycle rental
- Business center
- Coffee shop
- Family room
- Laundry service
- Meeting facilities
- Room service
- Safety Deposit Box
- Shuttle service
- Smoking area
Sports and Recreation
Puerto Galera has more than 100 resorts, and a party crowd.
The name Puerto Galera is Spanish for “Port of the Galleons.” For centuries, trading vessels would drop anchor of the shores of this place on the northeastern coast of Mindoro Island. Today it’s one of the top places for a quick weekend trip for the people of Metro Manila. Puerto Galera is just a few hours away.
The party’s always on at White Beach. Its restaurants and bars do a good trade. But if you’re looking for something more laid-back, head to a private resort in Sabang or Muelle (the main port) beach.
The “center of the center” of marine biodiversity in the world isVerde Passage – the waters between Batangas and Mindoro. Its coral reefs house about 60 percent of the world’s shore fish. Sabang is your jump-off point.
TOP THINGS TO DO
Enjoy off the beach
Try island-hopping around Boquete Island and San Antonio Island.
Support local culture
When in Puerto Galera, try to meet the local Mangyan community. Visit the Excavation Museum, the Mangyan Heritage Center, and the Mangyan Iraya Village in Baclayan.
Tamaraw Falls is the most accessible one. But there are other waterfalls worth going to, such as Tukuran, Aninuan, and Talipanan.
Dance to the music
The Malasimbo Music and Arts Festival takes place at the foot of a mountain, at a natural amphitheater. Bands both local and international come to celebrate music and art. There’s also The Summer Music Festival, which is a night of upbeat reggae.