Whatever adventure you chose, end the afternoon at the "Point Bar" and prepare to experience the evening; enjoy the best cocktails in the World; and, listen to some soothing sounds. El Galleon beach resort hotels' cottages on Small La laguna Beach afford the peace and tranquillity of private rooms, nestled amongst palm trees, with the crystal clear waters of the Philippine Sea only a stone throw away.
All of our rooms are facing the sea and are divided between two buildings. One is in front of the diving area and one just above the pool. Rooms feature showers with hot and cold running water — a luxury new to Anilao! The room doors are glass windows that provide a beautiful view of the ocean.
Indulge in daily buffet meals carefully prepared by the chef. Should you crave something beyond the buffet offering, an à la carte menu is available with special requests depending on availability.
MALAPASQUA EXOTIC ISLAND RESORT (Malapasqua, Cebu)
Situated on the southern side of Malapascua and is set directly on the eastern end of Bounty beach. A 10-minute walk from the public area Exotic is nicely secluded from passing day traders and other tourists; yet close enough for those who wish to mingle. The white sand beaches and turquoise blue waters of the Visayan Sea create a perfect setting for the resorts natural garden frontage.
Malapascua is known for some of the best shark diving in the Philippines, famous for the thresher sharks, which can be seen at any time of year at Monad Shoal. This is reputedly the only place in the world where these sharks can be seen within recreational diver limits on a regular basis.
El Nido is a municipality located at the northwestern tip of the province of Palawan in the Philippines. It is about 430 kilometers southwest of Manila, and about 238 kilometers northwest of Puerto Princesa, Palawan’s capital. El Nido is bordered by the Linapacan Strait in the north, the Sulu Sea in the east, and the South China Sea in the west. The Municipality of El Nido is composed of 18 barangays (villages) covering a total land area of 50,000 hectares. Its population of 27,000 people, is a mix of native Palaweños, with a heavy presence of migrants from other parts of the Philippines.
El Nido is named after the edible nests of Swiftlets (Collocalia Fuciphaga) found in the crevices of its limestone cliffs. These nests, “nido” in Spanish, are the main ingredient for the gourmet nido soup.El Nido is considered as a showcase of Palawan’s geology and diverse wildlife. Its majestic limestone cliffs stand guard over clear waters, with hundreds of species of tropical fishes and corals, and three species of endangered sea turtles. El Nido’s forests are host to more than 100 species of birds, a large number of which are endemic to Palawan.