Spending your vacation in a Palawan luxury resort is definitely something that you’d dream about. But if it costs you more than a hundred thousand dollars just for an overnight stay, I say “not gonna happen”.
Sure, you’ll get your money’s worth by having a lavish villa on a private island. But here’s the thing: you can actually enjoy the same experience without breaking the bank.
A grand island vacation for as low as PHP8,300 is possible in Dos Palmas Island Resort in Palawan. In here, you’ll get transported to a paradise with never-ending iridescent sights that effortlessly excite and delight all travelers.
A beautiful stretch of white sand and turquoise water welcomes guests to this tranquil and private enclave. It is a treat to reach it, watching the city landscape change gradually from the urban bustle and into the calm and peace of a most soothing retreat.
The resort is located in Honda Bay, to the northeast of Puerto Princesa City. It spans 20 hectares of pristine natural surroundings, with a rich marine ecosystem, featuring stretches of mangrove forests, sea grass beds, and enchanting coral reefs.
Over 300 species of reef fishes, corals, mollusks and crustaceans call the coral reefs home. The site is also an important nesting and feeding ground for at least 95 species of migratory and non-migratory birds and 3 species of sea turtles.
Indulge in the beauty of the gorgeous landscape by booking any of the villas in the resort. Each offers panoramic views of the Sulu Sea and provides the perfect retreat, shared with loved ones, family, and friends.
The rooms are spacious with air-conditioning, double and queen beds, a private bath with hot and cold shower, in-room safe, full service mini-bar, and an outdoor terrace with a comfortable sitting area. Up to 4 guests fit perfectly in the Beach Villas.
Visit http://dospalmas.com.ph to book direct and view current Palawan resort packages. Grab the Best Available Rates for the Beach Villas, which already covers accommodation and breakfast.
Superb leisure, adventure, and recreational pursuits await in this sanctuary. So ditch the newest Palawan luxury resort that’s been dubbed as the “world’s most expensive island”. Savor a more affordable getaway in Dos Palmas.