Lamud Island Resort in Palawan - Philippines
Lamud Island Resort is located in the Calamian Island chain in Northern Palawan. It is located between the South China Sea and the Sulu Sea. It is home to a wide range of protected reefs and bays. It is a family vacation and dive resort nestled on a 14-hectare parcel of land hidden in jungle-covered hills and the sea. If you are looking for fun and relaxation, Lamud Island can have your fill.
The Calamian Islands has gained popularity as one of the many unspoiled marine and animal habitat. The good thing is that it is now benefiting from public and private environmental conservation efforts. It provides an eco-friendly vacation experience catering to the preservation of the environment and the surrounding waters of the island.
Cars are lacking on the island. The consistent cultivation of oysters in various pearl farms have contributed to the limitation of environmentally destructive fishing practice as well as the protection of a wide range of underwater species of fish and corals. The waters of Lamud Island Resort is home to green sea turtles and giant clams. Although secluded, diving and snorkeling spots abound in the island. There are coral reefs and a host of World War II Japanese wrecks. The wreck dive sites of the island is gaining international fame.
From Lamud, the larger islands of Busuanga and Culion are just half an hour away by boat. There are daily flights from Manila to Busuanga and the total flight time is 1 hour. Weekly ferry trips take around 12 hours. From the island of Busuanga, the most popular pick-up spots is the town of Coron. A spectacular view of the island awaits guests during the 1 hour and thirty minute trip aboard an inter-island vessel.
One of the most popular attractions of Lamud Island Resort is that there are no roosters at the island. This can give you a guarantee of getting a good nights rest. However, if you like traditional cockfighting, you might have to go in some other venue.
Stretching 14 hectares, there are a wide selection of beach and dive shops, restaurants, and accommodation venues stretched across the entire island. There are many activities that can ensure your total enjoyment while staying in the island.
If you like Filipino and European food, the Island Restaurant also offers fresh fish, vegetarian meals, and fruits and vegetables for your ultimate dining enjoyment.
So when looking for a venue to visit in Palawan, Lamud Island Resort is worth your consideration.