Estela, Franky with their two kids
Love is not the only thing sweeter the second time around but also the return stay at the Last Nature Paradise on Earth. Rasmus Plank and family visited Coco Beach for two weeks. How about another vacation at Coco Beach Island Resort? Your friends here most especially Estella, Frankie and their kids are waiting for your next visit. See you.
Sunday, December 2, 2012 9:09:00 PM
Marinel Sarmiento had been to Coco Beach Resort several times. It was in June when she decided to have a vacation again with her family. The family consist of sixteen members in which they have strong bonds to each other. Their quality time spent together when they visited the famous Tamaraw Falls in Puerto Galera. To Marinel Sarmiento and family, we are always happy to see your happy family.
Friday, November 30, 2012 4:21:00 AM
Said Berrahil and his friends from Nokia Siemens Network first set their foot in Coco Beach Island Resort last February. From then on they are frequently visiting us and became our regular guests. Whenever they are here for a vacation they won't miss going out to a beach for a relaxing swim.
To Said and Nokia Siemens Group, thank you for choosing Coco Beach Island Resort as an accommodation of choice for your officers these past few years.
Wednesday, November 28, 2012 9:54:00 PM
Ana, Arvin, Kerwin, Tristan, Efren and Melissa from Dining Department
Australian National, Jason and his Filipina wife Maricel stayed at Coco Beach Island Resort last May for two weeks. The couple loved adventure and had been to many places around Puerto Galera. Among their favorites was the Tukuran and Tamaraw falls tour with their new found friends Kevin and another Australian couple.
To the Dining Department, you were like a family to us and we look forward welcoming you again at Coco Beach.
Wednesday, November 28, 2012 1:06:00 AM
One sunny Monday morning Ibrahim, Peggy and Harald left Coco Beach Island Resort for a half day trekking tour to Mt. Baclayan with mountain guide Edwin. It was an amazing trip and they learned so much as Edwin gladly shared a lot of stories about the birds and the native people dwelling in the mountain. Their first stop was at Baluk Baluk where they gave some clothes to the locals, then headed to Mt. Baclayan. Kids were given school supplies that served as early Christmas presents.
They enjoyed delicious lunch composed of fern salad, boiled banana and sweet potato. For them, it was a fantastic trip and would definitely love to do it again.
Wednesday, November 28, 2012 12:47:00 AM