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RESORTS IN SIQUIJOR: Enjoying the Beach at Coco Grove Beach Resort


On our second day in Siquijor, we spent the whole morning just bumming around the resort. We enjoyed the white sand and the pristine clear waters of the beach at Coco Grove Beach Resort. We had an awesome morning swim while basking under the hot rays of the sun with tropical palm trees all around. Relaxing!


The allure of this beach is its starkness. It’s raw and simple. The sand is fine and white with just a few crushed corals in some areas.


It is isolated from other resorts, so if you're looking for some quiet moments, this is the best place for you. The view is simply stunning! The rock formations on the beach’s far end are truly amazing!


They have a busy dive shop for those who want to dive. You can easily arrange with them a trip to Apo Island or nearby islands and dive spots for a day of diving. But since we don't know how to dive, we settled for the kayak.


Kayaks are free for checked-in guests. We took 2 kayaks. Marvin and Clarice at one kayak and me, doing it solo on another.



This is not my first time to kayak, I had my first kayaking experience in Bulusan Lake few weeks ago, so it wasn't hard for me to navigate it.


We were just enjoying it as we paddled through the length of the resort's shoreline.





This is truly an amazing place to stay! Overall, Coco Grove's 800 meters of white sand beach and crystal clear waters make this resort exceptional.

ALSO READ: 13 Things You Should Not Miss When Visiting Siquijor



COCO GROVE BEACH RESORT
Location: Tubod, San Juan, Siquijor Island, Philippines
Contact Nos.: (+63) 915 253 5130 / (+63) 939 915 5123
(+63) 035 225-5490 / (+63) 035 422-9663

http://www.cocogrovebeachresort.com

[ Click here to book a room at Coco Grove Beach Resort ]




This is part of my adventures in the provinces of Siquijor and Negros Oriental that happened last November 20-22, 2011 with my MBA friends, Clarice and Marvin. Siquijor is the 48th province on my list. Join us as we discover the majestic and enchanting “island of fire” that is distinctively Siquijor.
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36 comments :

  1. Oh my.. I think Siquijor will be our next destination! haha nice photos here!

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  2. Siquijor is really nice! How was your budget for this whole beach escapade?

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  3. Pwede bang pumasok yung guests na hindi naka-checked in? Exclusive lang ba ang beach na to sa Coco Grove? Thanks Mervz! :)

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    1. i've read from other posts na pwede daw ang day tour... :)

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  4. I also have no experience in diving so I might choose the kayaking as well but would love to try diving din sana.

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  5. Wow ang Ganda ng beach! Not much water activities for me coz I have a ruptured eardrum.but I still love the beach.. Boating Lang Puede sa akin and any activity without my head getting wet,... Kaloka! Should try this kayaking soon.... ;)

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  6. well its summer and beach is really the right destination, this is cool

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  7. Matagal ko ng gustong mag-kayak, kakainggit naman. Di naman siguro ganun kahirap matutunan, right? Sana makarating di ako ng Siquijor, a beautiful and mystical island.

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  8. I miss beaching. Looks like you had so much fun. Can't wait for my summer to start.:)

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  9. I miss beaching. Looks like you had so much fun. Can't wait for my summer to start.:)

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  10. I miss the beach! Saktong sakto to pangtanggal ng stress.

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  11. Kayaking is one of the many things that I like to do when I'm on a beach and yes, boating as well.

    Looks as you guys had so much fun in here. Sana mapuntahan naman ito soon.

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  12. Looks like a nice place ... I still prefer archi though.

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  13. galing! good thing there are people like you to navigate (parang kayak)the stories about siquijor from sorcery to beaches! nice promotion!

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  14. astig ang lugar....sakto para sa summer...thanks dito mervs...^_^

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  15. Like ko pumunta ng Siquijor Island simula ng mabasa ko siya noon kay Gael. Pero di na ako ubra na mag travel :-( Sana nga payagan na ako ng doctor ko at sana gumaling na ako para wala na yan risk risk na yan. Buti ka pa lagi kang nag lalayag!

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  16. I wana try that boat2 thingy. Haha nice place pero maraming nagsasabi na makatakot dyan sa Siquijor haha

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    1. one thing i could assure you, mas nakakatakot pa sa Manila kaysa sa siquijor... :)

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  17. Puro beach na nakikita ko! Summer na! And this place looks beautiful!

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  18. Sarap naman magbakasyon dito! Panalong panalo...

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  19. this is so near yet I have never been there...takot ako sa mga aswang at mangkukulam...heheheh

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    1. your wrong perception about the island will definitely change if you just visit Siquijor... i'm sure of that... :)

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    2. Yes! I grow up in this place. In 48 years long I never met an aswang. And patay na ang mangkukulam matagal na.

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  20. Nakapunta ako ng Coco Grove pero hanggang information desk lang LOL hindi na kami nakapasok. Pagbalik ko, mag-lunch ako dyan =))

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  21. ang ganda ng beach! tapos parang solo nu pa ung place =)

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  22. i will definitely refer this to my professional organization.. thanks for the info.. great place

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  23. Your post made a very inviting place all the more interesting to visit.

    My brother who resides with his family in Ireland is currently in Manila. I'll send him a link to your blog, maybe he'll consider a visit with the family.

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  24. We are inviting you to come to our mystic island of Siquijor. Mervz thanks for promoting Siquijor. Actually there is a free public beach where you can see the 3 km stretch of white beach right at the heart of the town there is also kayak for rent 20 pesos unlimitted hanggang sawa. We had 21 resorts in San Juan. See you.....

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