Cavite Resorts Offer Alternative Summer Escapades

With the scorching heat of summer, several Cavite resorts in the province are offering summer escapades in line with the national tourism campaign “It's More Fun in the Philippines.”

For those who want to relax during the weekend, the Mount Sea Resort Hotel and Restaurant located at the 163 Marcelia Street in Barangay Bagbag in Rosario is a perfect place for fun and relaxation for the family and an adventure vacation for young adventurers with amenities that include air-conditioned rooms, luxury swimming pool and slides, mini-zoos and other recreational facilities.

In their website announcement, this resort is an exceptional vacation venue in Cavite and is very accessible from shopping malls and tourist attractions in Rosario like the Plaza Salinas and SM Rosario.

It provides contemporary styled guestrooms and suites and an exceptional butler service for every hotel guest.

Their calm surroundings make it an ideal destination for people who just want to relax and escape regular day to day life at work and at home.

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Mount Sea Resort Hotel and Restaurant - Cavite Resorts Philippines


It also makes for an ideal location for events like weddings, parties, birthday celebrations, romantic escapades, family vacations.

On the other hand, for those who want to enjoy an affordable vacation, the La Isla Bonita De Salinas, also in the bustling town of Rosario will offer family and their friends the so-called “Viaje Del Marsalinas” or zip line.

Add to this the beach volleyball and boat ride. Its formal opening last February 14 drew a lot of local and foreign tourists.

The beach resort is managed by the local government of Rosario headed by Mayor Jose Ricafrente.

According to Mr. Buddy Villacruz, head of the Municipal Public Information Office (MPIO) and currently Public Relations Officer of the Cavite Communicators Network (CCN), local and foreign visitors will enjoy the zip line because it cruises above the waters of Manila Bay from Mount Sea Resort to Isla Bonita de Salinas terminal with a span of 500 meters. (CPG/Ruel Francisco, PIA4A-Cavite)


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