Eco Lodges

Two Seasons Coron Island Resort and Spa

A 5-star eco-friendly accommodation and self-sustaining and environment-friendly Resort, Two Seasons is a short scenic boat ride away from Coron Town, and is located on the beautiful Malaroyroy Peninsula in Bulalacao Island, Coron, Palawan, Philippines. This is a 100% self-sustaining island resort. They convert seawater to fresh water using reverse osmosis, providing enough for the resort and all guests.

The resort is powered 24/7 by 3 Caterpillar generators and solar panels are used to power water heaters. Wastewater is fed through the sewage plant which produces liquid that is clear and clean enough to be diverted back to the bathrooms for flushing. Two Seasons invested on a double piping system for this matter. Solid waste is then discharged on a drying bed and used as fertilizer. The resort is a ZERO WASTE DISCHARGE establishment.

You may want to go a stunning place in coron island like Kayangan lake. Kayangan Lake is one of the major tourist spot in coron Island Lakes of transparent emerald water are nestled amid the towering limestone mountains in coron. The lake was awarded the cleanest lake in the country.

Eden Nature Park and resort

Discovered sometime in 1971, Eden Nature Park used to be a logged-over area covered only by a blanket of wild grass. Its potential was, however, readily seen by the owners as the property provided an impressive view of Davao City and the Davao Gulf. Located at 3,000 feet above sea level, Eden Nature Park is 95% man-made and is a great model of how humans can re-create nature and rebuild a lost environment.

There is  4 kilometers of trekking inside the resort  and if you want to be connected to god there is a Prayer Garden with Flower Garden (scenic view of flowers like sunflowers ). The Amphitheater is reminiscent of the ancient Roman civilization. Masses, wedding ceremonies and small concerts have been held at the center of the amphitheater. The site presents another excellent view of Davao City and its gulf. And if you travel with your kids there’s playground named Indiana Jones with amazing mini zipline they also have sports ground with a swimming pool when you  feel like you want to be active.

Traveling in a place like this is so relaxing with this so much activity you can’t see how the time flies.

Daluyon Beach and Mountain Resort

Daluyon Beach and Mountain Resort is an eco-friendly 4-star tropical destination that is located at the quiet sandy beach of Sabang cove, just a few minute’s walk to the jump-off point of the Underground River. This resort in Puerto Princesa City, Palawan, Philippines, which is accredited by the Asean Green Hotel, is also a winner of the TripAdvisor’s Hall of Fame Award and Certificate of Excellence for six consecutive years. It offers an enviable location with the comfort of home in a place embraced by the bounties and beauty of nature.

They also made sure that you’ll enjoy the beach by providing sundecks, volleyball, badminton, and other non-motorized equipment like kayaks, body boards, skim boards, and stand-up paddle boards (SUP). Their resort also houses Pawikan Restaurant, serving delicious Filipino and Asian and International cuisines. Moreover, if you wish to see beyond the shore, their dedicated staff will assist you in arranging city and underground river tours. Travelers who love adventure are also in a treat as our resort is a walking distance to the Sabang wharf, ZipLine, Mangrove and Waterfalls.

Nature's village Resort

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Nature's Village Resort (NVR) is a garden paradise located in Talisay City, only 3.5 km from central Bacolod, the capital of Negros Occidental, Philippines. Set against the backdrop of Mt. Marapara, Nature's Village Resort offers unique accommodations where nature-lovers can bask in unspoiled beauty while remaining close to the city!

Nature's Village Resort was nominated by the Department of Tourism through the Tourism Office of Talisay City, Negros Occidental in the ASEAN Green Hotel Recognition Awards 2010 at the Empire Hotel in Brunei Darussalam.

Developing the resort started with the planting of hundreds of eucalyptus trees in March 1992. The owners’ vision was to create a recreational complex that replicates nature and a place where the whole family can get together and have fun in a wholesome and relaxing atmosphere.

The Vision-Mission of NVR is to promote sustainable tourism in the country and to educate its guests to care for the environment. In line with this, the owner trains its staff to adhere to green practices that will promote environmental preservation. At NVR, the staff practices proper waste management. As an example, trash bins are seen around the property to facilitate segregation of biodegradable and non-biodegradable materials. NVR employees also recycle and reuse plastic, bottles and cans. Paper and other biodegradable materials are used for vermi-composting, a sustainable practice wherein soil is aerated by worms, thereby making it fertile for the resort’s organic farm. The Village Farm’s vegetables are used by the kitchen and served fresh to the guests. Inside all hotel rooms, water conservation guidelines are provided and a copy of the tourist’s guide for being a responsible traveler can be found in all the hotel rooms.

Mandala spa and villas

The only Destination Spa & Resort on Boracay Island, Mandala Spa & Resort Villas is the country’s quintessential holistic wellness provider offering romantic and rejuvenating holidays & spa therapies, and is renowned for its eco-conscious elegance as the very ‘First Eco Spa in Asia Pacific’.

Mandala Spa and Villas is situated above Angol Road in the most quiet and relaxing part of Boracay, Station 3. This award winning resort and spa offers travelers a resort set in a tropical garden and is designed to offer private, relaxing settings for guests. There is a restaurant onsite, and the hotel offers yoga as well as many holistic baths and spa treatments. The resort’s latest additions are The Vessel, where guests can take part in a wide range of physical and spiritual classes that are truly enriching, and The Cocoon Nail & Waxing Spa, for your more personal needs. The luxurious, eco-friendly villas are intricately designed

Sangat island dive resorts

Sangat Island Dive Resort, which opened its doors to the general public in 1994, occupies quite nearly the entire southwestern cusp of Sangat Island. To date, this perfect little slice of paradise offers our guests fourteen native-styled, ecologically "low-impact" accommodations, restaurant and bar facilities, and an internationally-renowned water sports and scuba diving center.

Edged by a 300-meter span of white sand beachfront, postcard-perfect tropical waters, and coral reef gardens brimming with sea life, Sangat Island Dive Resort has become, in just a few short years, one of the premier resort destinations for eco-conscious paradise-seekers and scuba diving enthusiasts the world over.

One of the more extraordinary aspects that Sangat Island Dive Resort offers it's scuba diving clientele involves the island's close proximity to eleven World War II era wrecks. Ten of these wrecks are historically significant Japanese War and Supply ships sunk by American forces during the "Battle of Coron Bay" in 1944.

Of these ten World War II wreck sites, eight have found their final resting place a scant 5 to 30 minute boat ride from our beachfront.

Sangat Island Dive Resort – truly one of the best kept secrets of eco-conscious paradise-seekers and scuba diving enthusiasts throughout the world – features quaint, native-styled guest accommodations, a wide variety of on and off-resort activities and a professional, attentive staff singularly focused on making your stay a restful, adventure-filled and memorable one.

Pangulasian

Pangulasian is an ideal retreat for a honeymoon, or could just be somewhere to get away from it all. Walk along the mile-long white sand beach or explore the depths of the marine sanctuary at your doorstep. Laze in the sun all day and delight in their delicious and extensive menu. Take a hike to the top of the mountain and gaze at the breathtaking sunsets and sunrises. Treat yourself to their luxury amenities or explore the surrounding islands with their personalised activity services. While there, ask for Raffy – the best guide – he’ll take you to some of the hidden spots. The secret beach is not to be missed. http://www.elnidoresorts.com/about-pangulasian-island

Cocoon boutique hotel

Caring for and nurturing the environment is at heart of everything we do at Cocoon. From our amenities, to our cooling systems, to our décor, sustainability is built into every detail of our structure. We strive to provide the ultimate in comfort to our guests, with the least impact on the earth and her delicate eco-system.

At Cocoon Boutique Hotel, they took their cue from Mother Nature herself and created our own standard of green luxury.

Pleasurable serenity is replicated in the sleep and bath experience they offer to their guests.

Metamorphosis is made possible with in-hotel facilities where the body is refreshed (aesthetic clinic), rejuvenated (spa & salon), and nourished (specialty restaurants).

And warmth and sunshine are mirrored in the smiles of our staff and their discreet way of attending to your every need.

The Forest Club

The Forest Club is a nature sanctuary and eco-friendly training institution committed to the healing and renewal of Mother Earth. Nestled in between the mystic mountains of Banahaw and Makiling, and set amidst a tropical lowland forest environment in the town of Bay near Los Baños, Laguna, the Forest Club provides an accessible and ideal environment for outdoor team building adventure activities , family vacations, seminars and conferences and spiritual retreats. We pride ourselves in having a very relaxed and natural environment.

Kaykayo

The Forest Club is a nature sanctuary and eco-friendly training institution committed to the healing and renewal of Mother Earth. Nestled in between the mystic mountains of Banahaw and Makiling, and set amidst a tropical lowland forest environment in the town of Bay near Los Baños, Laguna, the Forest Club provides an accessible and ideal environment for outdoor team building adventure activities , family vacations, seminars and conferences and spiritual retreats. We pride ourselves in having a very relaxed and natural environment.

SHADES OF LOCAL FRUIT BEARING TREES AND YOU WILL FIND YOURSELF IN A NATURAL RELAXING COOL BREEZE FROM THE CASCADING RICE PADDIES AND ITS SURROUNDING  MOUNTAINS OF LA UNION AND BENGUET PROVINCE WITH A STUNNING CITY NIGHT LIGHTS VIEW OF BAGUIO CITY AT DUSK.

Green Canyon Resort in Pampanga

Green Canyon Resort – Nestled in the heart of Clark Freeport Zone, Green Canyon Resort is an ideal spot destination for nature lovers. This resort uses a state of the art water filtering system to make sure that waste water are clean before it goes to the river. The resort developer made sure that all facilities are built around the landscape to avoid cutting of trees and preserve the existing flora and fauna.

Diving

More than 7000 islands make up the Philippines, with 36,289 km of coast. It is part of the "coral triangle", which contains more marine species than anywhere else in the world. Over 2200 types of fish alone live here.

Diving in the Philippines is good all year round, though optimal times tend to be during the dry season, between December and April. Water temperatures are always warm at 27 to 31 degrees C. The hottest months are April, May and June with temperatures over 32 degrees C. Christmas, Chinese New Year, and Easter are particularly busy times and rates tend to be higher.

The 3 best diving locations in the Philippines:

Puerto Galera in Mindoro.

Puerto Galera boasts more than 35-40 dive sites with diverse species of fish, plus coral gardens and rock formations. Its diving community is centered in Sabang Beach, the jump-off point for the majority of dive sites, including The Canyons. This world-class drift dive is flushed by currents that sweep you to three spectacular canyons covered in sponges and soft corals. 

Monad Shoal in Malapascua

Divers from all over the world flock to Malapascua Island to see the elegant Hammerhead sharks. The sharks spend most of their day in deep water, but come up early in the morning for a scrub in their natural area’s cleaning station. In the afternoon manta rays can be seen over the shoal.

Apo Island off Negros Oriental

This Island is named one of the 100 best dive sites in the world. Apo Island is famed for its healthy fish life and coral gardens. This volcanic island is actually a marine sanctuary to more than 600 fish species and 400 coral species. Locals of Dauin supported initiatives of scientists from Silliman University of Dumaguete to make the island one of the most well-documented and best protected marine sanctuaries in the country. Lots of sea turtles can be seen at this dive site.