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All reviewswhale sharksbeach frontplace to staybicol expressenjoying the viewsmall poolwhite curtainsonly thing lackingaccess wifihotel is perfectbooked roomsbungalow style roomsquiet beachticao islandpeak seasonmangoa great place to relax
This is a beautiful resort that is located in a quite spot of Donsol. It is just down the road from the whale shark tours and is approx 20min pedicab from the firefly tour and 1-1.5hr drive from Legazpi (and Mayon volcano). The room is...More
This hotel is built for relaxation and has great location (right next to the whale sharks). It is right on a beach were their are nice chairs and comfortable hammocks. The rooms were a bit small and the staff didn't clean them until you leave...More
My husband and I had a great time at Elysia Beach Resort. We didn't have any massage but we felt that we were pampered. Relaxation is easy since location gives a feel of being away from the city. Staff are genuinely nice but the real...More
We stayed here in Donsol while seeing the Whale Sharks as part of the eco tour interaction. The hotel has an incredible location - close to the Eco Tour centre and right on the beach. The staff were very friendly and always there to help...More
One of the best places to visit for relaxation, meditation and just feeling the country. The hotel crew is incredibly friendly and professional, you always feel like at home. The beach is quite neat, but it's hard to get into ti sweem because of raws...More
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The local tourism office recommends September to April as best months, but just remember, it's nature, and they're not domesticated, so no one can really guarantee if you're going to see one or not. We went last January, but... More
The local tourism office recommends September to April as best months, but just remember, it's nature, and they're not domesticated, so no one can really guarantee if you're going to see one or not. We went last January, but my friends did not see even one for the two days they went diving. My children and I went on a January too 6 years ago and we saw a couple up close. Good luck.