Club Paradise Palawan is a relaxing tropical getaway in Coron, Northern Palawan. Now managed by the growing Discovery Leisure Company, Inc. and owned by the Discovery World Corporation, this exclusive 19-hectare eco-tourism destination is definitely a piece of paradise that should be part of every nature lover’s bucket list.
With 700 meters of pristine beach overlooking azure waters, combined with the same brand of service the Discovery hotels and resorts are known for, Club Paradise Palawan offers exciting activities for all types of guests — from the adventure seeker to the romantic, from a barkada or family to individuals who simply want to indulge in a relaxing, quiet getaway.
Fancy a boodle fight lunch at Hidden Beach or a romantic dinner at the beachfront? Your wish is their command.
For accommodations, choose from the many spacious and comfortable suites and villas: The Garden View provides a refreshing view of the rich island flora, this room also connects to a Sunrise Villa. The Garden Suite has its own private balcony. The Sunrise Villa and Sunset Villa have their own balcony as well as a hammock.
Satisfy food cravings or simply chill at the Firefish Restaurant and Lounge that offers a menu of local and international a la carte meals, with some ingredients sourced sustainably from their Taranuman farm.
The Dugong bar, with its wide selection of wines, cocktails and spirits, is perfect for enjoying the island’s wondrous sunset. At happy hour, watch a colony of fruit bats fly out at sunset.
Soothe those tense muscles with a massage from Glow Spa which uses only all natural and organic massage oils; relax at the Entertainment Room or reinvigorate the spirit at the Yoga area. The Kids Tree House will keep children entertained with a special program called “Discovery Scouts” where they can learn about the ocean, trees and other eco-friendly practices.
Club Paradise Palawan also offers guests an array of activities such as snorkeling at the house reef where one can meet schools of jacks, mantas, green sea turtles and more. The adventurous types can go kayaking, paraw sailing, hiking to Eagle’s Point (the highest part of the island), island hopping, rope relay and introductory or professional scuba diving.
As part of its EcoConserve advocacy to preserve and protect its environment, sustainable practices and initiatives are being implemented. These include proper garbage management, coastal clean-ups and tree care.
Visit https://www.clubparadisepalawan.com for more details.