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Caylabne Beach Resort

Nestled in a secluded cove along the rugged coast of Ternate, Cavite, the Caylabne Bay Resort Hotel is just 80 kilometers south of Manila. A 90-minute ride is all it takes to get you to the mountain-and-sea getaway of the resort in Cavite of the Caylabne Bay. This place offers both the mountain highland experience and sea-bound adventures.

Formerly called Marbella, this place was once exclusively for friends of the late President, Ferdinand Marcos. Now this four-star is open to the public! It is situated in a cove at Caylabne Point, Cavite with a total land area of 160 hectares.

My family had been an exclusive member of the Club that is why we often visit the place. I remember years ago when my dad and I went fishing by the hut which is now the “trademark” of the place. Now, my family still goes here to enjoy the view of the bay. The place has two big pools to be enjoyed by the kids and the kids-at-heart. If you’re a beach person then you don’t have to worry because they also have it. You won’t get bored here with all the water sports they offer such as jetski, kayak and aqua trike. At night, you get a strong breeze outside that is perfect for walks on the beach. Near the docking station is the Marina Bar—open till midnight.

The ambiance is relaxing, a moment to be away from the hustle and bustle of the city life. Just touring the big facility will be a great bonding activity with your love ones. The main restaurant offers a great view of the water and the cliffs that surround the bay and the food taste great. Extra credit should be given to their staff for being approachable and friendly to the guests.

Your stay here is bound to be a memorable experience. It is surely a quiet hideaway that anybody will love to visit whatever time of the year. I’m looking forward to have another vacation here with my friends.

for more information check out their website at http://www.caylabne.com.ph/

written by bluemie5

3 comments

  1. eyecon

    eyecon

    And once again the phillipines - it really seems like it must be the secret Lomo Capital.....nice pics in the gallery

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  2. stouf

    stouf

    Looks like paradise ! Cool shots !

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  3. bluemie5

    bluemie5

    thanks eyecon and stouf. and yup.. lomo has really become popular here in the Philippines.

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