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The Resort on Miniloc Island is the original "El Nido Resort". It opened in 1982 as a dive camp and its early visitors were all divers. Since then, the Resort gained popularity among nondiving visitors who have come to experience the natural attractions of El Nido and the charming service at the Resort.
We would like to make each guest's visit most memorable, hoping that you will keep coming back to the paradise you found.
Source of Information: Department of Tourism, Philippines
Miniloc Island, also known as "Island of the Gods" features dramatic cliffs and hidden lagoons. Its unique rock formation lends an aura of mystery and excitement that each guest feels upon approaching the island. Once on the pier, guests will see a native Resort-village esconced in a cove. The garden is surrounded by tropical flowers and a variety of trees. Exotic animals of Palawan, like monkeys and parrots, roam freely; and on the pier, guests can feed a variety of tropical fish, an introduction to El Nido's rich marine life.
El Nido Miniloc Island was originally designed as a dive camp where bath houses are separate but conveniently located near the cottages. The bath houses were designed this way to easily accommodate groups of divers and their equipment.
The bath houses are manned 24 hours by housekeeping staff to maintain the high cleanliness standards our Resort is known for.
There are 12 garden cottages, each with two beds and a sofa bed. There are two connecting units that comprise the two family cottages.
Also available are three cliff cottages, each with a double bed and two sofa beds.
There are two centrally located bath houses, one for females and another for males. Each bath house has three showers, three toilets and three wash basins. Guests staying at the Garden and Cliff cottages share these facilities.
Also available are seven individual water cottages on stilts. Its verandas overlooking the sea each have a table and two chairs.
Two bath houses are located near the Water Cottages.
Five connected rooms comprise the guest house. Two bath rooms with showers, toilets and wash basins are located near these cottages.
Don’t worry; this doesn’t involve catching bugs just finding them. You will need a piece
of paper for each child that is playing, crayons or pencils and stickers. Divide each piece
of paper into nine squares with three columns and three rows. The middle square is a free space.
In each of the other eight squares draw a picture or write the name of a bug that can be
found in your backyard. Send the children out with the stickers and their bingo cards to
find the bugs. As the child finds each bug they can place a sticker on the appropriate square. The only rule that should be reinforced is that the bugs are not to be touched (or
squashed, squished, etc.). Bug Bingo
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