Top-End El Nido Resorts’ Pangulasian Island Offers A Guest Experience Like No Other
High-end travellers and trendsetters flocked once again last December to a more extravagant and levelled-up El Nido Resorts’ Pangulasian Island resort following renovations to further enhance guest experience.
One of the many reasons guests revisit Pangulasian is its ability to let them feel one with nature. Javi Hernandez, president of Ten Knots Development Corporation and El Nido Resorts’ owner and developer, relates that guests can experience being left to themselves in the island to enjoy nature.
The resort has been cited by travel authority Conde Nast Traveller several times, mentioning Pangulasian’s strategical plan that allows guests privacy with its villas set some distance from each other and further surrounded by greeneries for a refreshing ambiance.
Pangulasian is the top-end property of El Nido Resorts’ four island getaways in Northern Palawan. The three others are Lagen, Miniloc, and Apulit with each one appealing to a special group of travellers.
A one-kilometre stretch of ivory beach is available for the island’s guests to enjoy. The waves that hit the beach tend to be gentle owing to the location of the resort in the bay and provide a soothing rhythm to a holiday on the island.
Just steps away from the beach, the resort has its own house reef teeming with abundant coral life. Some attractions also include moray eels, groupers, anemone fishes, owing to the marine currents in the area that carry nutrients and food for these fish and marine invertebrates.
Renovated common areas like the Amianan restaurant and a new beach bar lounge area have also been positioned to maximise views of the limestone cliffs of neighbouring islets that dramatically change with the light. Hernandez explains that densities were kept deliberately low to allow guests to lose themselves to the natural surroundings and unhampered views.
Joey Bernardino, Ten Knots marketing director, relates that the beach bar is what revisiting guests will mainly notice as an improvement. “It will allow guests a new area wherein they can soak in all the nature around them.”
The rest of the changes included the refurbishment of the cogon roof at each other guest villas, furniture restoration, upgrading of the guest TV sets to 50 inches with new Bluetooth speakers, and boosting the sewage treatment plant to ensure that marine life will continue to feel welcome there. It ensures that guests who frequent the house reef will remain amazed by the outstanding biodiversity of the area. Keeping natural attractions unchanged over time does take a lot of planning and work, comments Bernardino.
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