A warm welcome at El Niدوo Resorts
M.ANELA, Philippines – With the easing of quarantine restrictions across the country and the right weather in the coming weeks, summer is once again hot as El Nindo resorts welcome guests in the sunshine. , Beautiful luggage on the tropical floor, and great food.
Since July, the Resort Group has slowly reopened the Menelok Island Resort with three successful treble bubbles to date, and they will welcome guests to the eco-luxury Pangolinsian Island Resort on October 16-19 and 23-26. Will start to do. Each resort operates at half capacity and implements strict protocols, including the mandatory RT-PCR 72 hours prior to departure to ensure the health of guests and recipients.
El Nido Resorts is guided by its affiliation with Green, (Guard, Respect, Educate El Nido). Create health and environmental programs that have been staffed before the epidemic. The B Green program is a recipient of the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) Environmental Education for 2011 and 2015.
Under the so-called travel bubble, tourists will feel like strangers in paradise with low-density resorts and the enchanting chain of islands. Guests will be flown by air carrier from Manila on an entertainment carrier and landed at Leo Airport, a jump-off point to the island’s resorts.
“It’s out of the ordinary, because we combined Philippine hospitality with the beauty of our homeland. There’s nothing like warm smiles to welcome you out of a peaceful island,” said Joshua Ray. Al-Barina says he was one of the first guests in Manila.
Meanwhile, another guest, Argy Hazon, said, “We were thrilled to be one of the first guests on the island. All the beautiful places we visited were private, and it was a really special and memorable holiday. Was. “
The 50-room Manilak Islands overlooks the Philippine architectural landscape with its rooftops, indigenous materials, wood floors, woven bamboo planks and private porches.
Penguin Island is a luxury hideout that encompasses an ancient coastline set against a backdrop of tropical jungles. Also known as the “Island of the Sun”, it has breathtaking views of both sunrise and sunset. Fly over a 750-meter stretch of white sand beach and marvel at the right side of the threshold. With contemporary Filipino and 42 deluxe accommodations built with state-of-the-art “green” designs, discerning guests will be treated to luxurious amenities and unforgiving and personal services.
Located in the northern plain, the town of Ndu is home to more than 850 species of fish, 45 species of corals, one species of 100 birds, and five of the country’s seven sea turtles. Its beaches are important nesting grounds for three endangered species of sea turtles. It is part of the El Nido Tate Minded Reserve and the large Palawan Biofuels Reserve with a world-renowned biodiversity system under UNESCO.
Recipients of the Condest Traveler & Travel & Leisure World Travel Award-winning awards, El Nido Resorts uses renewable construction materials in its sustainable menus, nature-based activities and low carbon footprint and high natural and cultural value. , Green design and architecture, strong community partnership.
Resort China will run scheduled travel bubble tours with more rooms and flights and will now be open from December 15 to January 5, 2021 through its Best Island Gateway (BIG) sale, with an open date. Will accept bookings with travel vouchers. Valid until next year.
For details, email leave @ elnidoresorts.com or call 0917-5841576.
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