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Zambales has 173 kilometers of beautiful beaches owned by a hundred and one different private owners. The Zambales coastline is most famous for its sandy beaches and deep blue seas. Enjoy beaches with mountains, or beaches without mountains, beaches with fine black sand or beaches with white sand, others have coral reefs, some are dive spots, some have good surf, while other beaches are have Nipa huts, some beaches have hotels, while other beaches have airconditioned huts. Zambales is also home to the famous Crystal Beach Surf in the quaint town of San Narciso. This surf spot is known as the Surfing Paradise nearest Manila.

Whiterock Beach Resort Hotel

A relaxing atmosphere with its panoramic view Subic Bay of and mountain ranges that serves as a background, fresh clean air, wide white sand beach, breath-taking landscapes, mountain and sea view decks, man-made waterfalls, are designed to ensure complete relaxation. White Rock Zambales Beach Resort is a 5.7 hectare property nestled along the beaches of Subic Bay, just 2 - hrs drive from Balintawak toll plaza. It is a leisurely drive passing through national highways, farmlands and scenic spots. White Rock Beach Hotel is a premier Philippines beach resort located in Zambales.


Discover the magic of the Philippines’ Third Region with this amazing historical and cultural province, only an hour by ferryboat across the bay from Manila. Until recently not a traditional tourist destination, Bataan is now proving to be a tourist haven boasting a multitude of exciting places to visit, and interesting things to do. The province has much to offer – a rich culture and history, the beauty of unspoilt beaches, and a warm hospitality that is truly Filipino.
Montemar Beach Club is the little but exceptionally beautiful beach resort in Bagac, Bataan. Set amidst a rocky, wooded cove and surrounded by a beautiful beach with white sands and lush green surroundings, Montemar Beach Club offers you a perfect retreat to enjoy your holiday in Bataan. Located at Barrio Pasinay, it has Mediterranean inspired Inns, offering high standard of accommodation and true Filipino hospitality.


Batangas is one of the most popular tourist destinations near Metro Manila. The province has many beaches and famous for excellent diving spots only a few hours away from Manila. For a high end, hidden treasure try Solana Resort at the far end of Anilao, Batangas past Eagle Point. Not for the budget traveler! Getting there by car is a bit of an adventure unto itself and the last leg of the road is quite rough but accessible with any vehicle if you take it slow. However, if pampering is what you want, with the best of Filipino flavor, Solana is for you! They have award winning scuba diving, and all the gear your need!



The palm-studded island of Boracay - with its white, talcum-fine beach, balmy weather and warm, crystalline waters - is like a hypnotic magnet that lures many to a lotus existence. In this tiny, butterfly-shaped island at the northwestern tip of Panay in Western Visayas, days can be spent by simply lazing on the beach and nights are for indulging in the tropical party lifestyle. Boracay is an anchor tourist destination and one of the 7,000 times more islands that make up the Philippine archipelago.


Cebu is the traveler's fantasy of a tropical island come true - balmy weather, pristine beaches, crystalline waters, and luxurious resorts with all the frills of modern living.The island-province of Cebu was where the Portuguese navigator Ferdinand Magellan planted the Cross of Christianity in the name of Spain in 1521. But even before Cebu became the Occidental gateway to the Orient, it was already a popular entry point among Asian merchants.Cebu has since blossomed into a choice tourist destination, with many leisure establishments taking full advantage of its sea-valley-and-mountain location. The Badian Island Resort & Spa is a truly romantic paradise island resort in Badian Bay on the southwest coast of Cebu.

Mactan Island is an island that lies a few kilometers to the southeast of Cebu Island in the Philippines. The island is part of the Province of Cebu and is divided into Lapu-Lapu City and the municipality of Cordova. The island is connected to Cebu by the Marcelo Fernan Bridge (Mactan II Bridge).

Shangri-La Mactan Resort & Spa is nestled amidst 13 hectares of lush green landscaped gardens and boasts a 350 metre exclusive white sandy beach. The resort is the quintessential modern day paradise. A spectacular array of activies and facilities include a golf course/plexi taxe tennis court/multi level swimming pools/ and childrens indoor adventure playground.

Hilton Cebu Resort & Spa Lapu Lapu is located on a private beach on Mactan Island and has a French Mediterranean decor to inspire a feeling of the Cote De Azure. With its solarium lobby, live foliage and tropical landscaping the resort offers 246 guest rooms most with ocean views and private balconies.



In Zamboanga, there are constant reminders of the city's exotic past as a major East-West trading port. Zamboanga remains a melting pot of cultures, with the colorful vinta sails and the imposing stoneworks of Fort Pilar symbolizing the city's rich heritage.

Zamboanga is a shopper's paradise, where a vast array of imported Asian wares compete for attention with local handicrafts such as brassware, woodcarving and shell products.

Dakak Park Beach Resort Zamboanga : Nestled on the tip of Northern Zamboanga, Dakak faces the Sulu Sea in the west and is surrounded by mountains on its east side. North of Dakak are Negros, Cebu and Bohol. To its south is the Mindanao mainland with Borneo and Sarawak beyond the Celebes Sea. Conveniently encircled by all these alrge island, Dakak tactfully evades the typhoon belt, making it the perfect all-season destination.

Dakak's footpaths of discovery wind past rushing streams, gushing cascades and tranquil pools. The 750 metre private beach is blanketed with pure powdery white sand. Natural spring water and tumbling waterfalls feed the resort's two pools, whilst the ultimate hideaway is provided at a private open-air jacuzzi where you can relax in the sauna and whirlpool midst an atmosphere of blissfull solitary.

Sensitively designed in keeping with the natural surroundings, the distinctive native style cottages are constructed in traditional bamboo and nipa leaves, and feature marble tiled bathrooms amd capiz shell window panes. Individually controlled airconditioning, intercom phones, mini-bars and TV with in-house videos and CNN add the modern touch. Set down by the beach or snuggled among wild orchards of papaya, mango, coconut, banana, and frangipani, the entire village follows the natural contours of this vast 15 hectare resort.


Endowed with a variety of picturesque landscapes, Davao’s topography dazzles: Fruit plantations and orchid farms mantle volcano-fed hills and valleys. Virgin forests nurture rare wildlife. Coral islands lie on mirror flat water. And the country’s highest peak magnificently lords over the hinterland. Davao Del Sur is sprawled along the shores of Southeastern Mindanao, Davao del Sur is a place of natural wonders and rarities. It boasts of the country’s highest peak, Mt. Apo, the most prized Philippine orchid species like the Vanda Sanderiana, some of the most exotic fruits, and the endangered Philippine Eagle.There is a wide choice of white sand beaches and resorts. In the city, there are numerous hotels and inns. Dining is good and varied. Nightlife is fun. Some of the popular sports activities are golf, watersports, and mountain climbing.

The Pearl Farm Resort lies in a secluded island off the coast of Davao city. This 11-hectare spread was once a pearl farm, where thousands of white-lipped oysters, transported from the Sulu Sea, were cultivated for their pink, white and gold pearls. Today, the resort beckons with the promise of a relaxing private retreat, under the care of our friendly, charming staff. The waters of this island resort are inviting. Crystal clear waves lap gently on the shore and the calm surface of the rock pool washes over the edge into the sea below.

The resort's Samal Houses are patterned after the stilt houses of seafaring Samal tribes of the Sulu archipelago. By day, schools of tiny fish frolic between the sturdy poles that support the houses. At night, the sound of the waves are a soothing aid to slumber.

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