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Spend a day at the beach, rest in your own villa, and enjoy the view of the ocean and the mangroves at Sicolon Cove Resort in Laguindingan!
Take a break away from the hustle and bustle of the city as you just spend time to relax at Sicolon Cove Resort.
We visited with colleagues, family, and friends and we spent a good day walking around, eating the food we brought, talking with each other, swimming, and sleeping at some cozy places in our villa. Haha
How to Book at Sicolon Cove Resort
You can inquire and contact them through their page here or through their mobile numbers 09177712121 or 09088108175 and e-mail address email@example.com.
Sicolon Cove Resort only accepts day visits from 6 am to 6 pm for 20 persons. Visit their page here for more information, cottage availability, and rates.
How to Go to Sicolon Cove Resort
Address: Sicolon, Mauswagon, Laguindingan, Misamis Oriental (Beside the Philippine Coast Guard Academy)
You can pin Sicolon Cove Resort in Googlemaps. From Laguindingan Airport, Sicolon Cove Resort is only a 12-km ride, around 20 minutes, by car. If you are coming from Iligan City, it is around a 60-km ride which takes more or less an hour depending on the road traffic.
Turn towards the coastal road from the Gitagum Wet Market and drive around 3 km from the national highway to the resort.
1. Ride a bus, van, or jeepney to Laguindingan.
2. Hire a motorcycle to Gitagum Wet Market or all the way to Sicolon Cove Resort.
Motorcycles are waiting at the wet market crossing along the national highway if you can alight there.
The villa that our group occupied was spacious enough as it had an airconditioned room, a shower room, seats and tables, and spaces facing the beach for a very good view.
We were quite a number of 20 people in our villa when we visited and everyone had a very good time.
Make your way to Sicolon Cove Resort in Laguindingan for a day at the beach as you walk on the boardwalks, enjoy the corals at the beach, or just chill and relax on a spacious seat in one of the villas. Tell me about your experience!
Natasha was a full-time banker who got to take a breather when she traveled. She loves the outdoors so much. She is currently in the UK pursuing postgraduate studies!
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