The resort is huge but needs improvement in some areas specially the restrooms. Some of the sinks and toilet bowls are clogged. There were numerous annoying flies buzzing around our food. They should use a pesticide or natural repellent to terminate those pests and prevent them from coming back. Despite my negative comments, we enjoyed our stay because we got to celebrate my niece's 3rd birthday. It was almost 9AM when we got to the resort. Day trip is from 8AM-4PM only.
Entrance Fee (Adults and Kids)
Weekends/Holidays - P80/pax
Weekdays - P70/pax
Overnight - P125/pax
Diuata Picnic hut- We availed this hut which features a double deck and a picnic table for P1,200.
with the celebrant
The birthday celebrant. My cousin smeared icing on her face which made her cry!
Gabbie wearing her mermaid costume which was given to her as a gift. She adores Aryana (Philippine fantasy drama TV series) the girl who was cursed to turn into a mermaid when she turns 14.
Man made spring and waterfalls
Posing with the little mermaid
The water was freakin' cold! We didn't let the kids wear their swimsuits.
No one can ever stop the kids from swimming no matter how cold the water was! Ayaw nila umahon!
The swimming pool also features a man made waterfalls.
Nieces reheating spaghetti sauce and milkfish relleno. I made a refreshing zesty lemonade with lime slices and prepared the sandwiches.
We brought our own grill knowing the grill at the resort would be rusty. We also had pork BBQ, grilled pork belly, buttered shrimps, ham-spam sandwiches and chicharon.
My sister made this heavenly mango pandan salad for dessert.
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