|photo by Vincent Angelo Gefes|
Tuesday, May 1, 2012
Elevate Your Mood in Igbaras Mountain View Resort
During the summer, the province of Iloilo offers an array of invigorating outdoor activities and adventure, from zip-lining to hiking; swimming and biking down the mountains. But for something a bit more relaxed, there is no better place to leave the stresses of everyday life behind lazing in a spectacular outdoor setting.
People love traveling to mountain locations on vacation due to their vast range of fascinating tourist attraction sites. Plan a getaway with families and friends high up in the mountains. The scenic municipality of Igbaras is not your average part in the province of Iloilo when it comes to it.
The Igbaras Mountain View Resort is one of Iloilo’s newest and finest mountain resorts for that therapeutic retreat and where breathing is a bit easier. The resort location lures people into vacation activities associated with the tourism industry for which the province of Iloilo is known.
With an uninterrupted carpet of trees that rise to the top, the Igbaras Mountain View Resort is a two-hectare resort hidden in a fertile area of Sitio Pasong. Owned by Mr. and Mrs. Eliseo (Pudoy) and Emily Javelosa, the resort was originally planned as a vacation house for the couple. It was established in November of 2011. With its mountain resort-style lodge, it offers stunning views overlooking the green mountain ranges of Igbaras and Tubungan; the Tangyan River; the scenic seascape of Guimbal and the island of Guimaras.
Just beyond the sloping lawn from the entrance approximately 30 meters from the municipal road, one can take advantage of this beauty strip that offer swimming withpools for adults and children. Even more desirable than its enviable location, the resort has another outdoor adult swimming pool with an amazing view of the mountains for the enjoyment of their guests. Swimming fee is P60.00 for Igbarasnons and P80.00 for non-residents of Igbaras.
A mountain wall hems the rest-houses for those who would want to stay overnight. Tucked away quietly amid scenic views awaits finely appointed guest rooms sitting on the point of a private mountain ridge. This gives you a panoramic mountain view from every room. Surrounded by extraordinary mountain backdrops and picturesque views, the rooms were designed by the owner himself to provide the ideal setting for rest and relaxation. It has two (2) casually elegant bedroom cottages for two or for a group of four persons with individual porches to enjoy while watching the fireflies play among the many trees.
The municipality of Igbaras is 40 kilometers away from Iloilo City. Politically subdivided into 46 barangays, the municipality is brimming with arts, culture and outdoor adventure, along with a rich history. It is home to popular attractions such as caves, cascades and the rare Rafflesia Garden in Barangay Igcabugao, and recreational activities sure to delight visitors of all ages and interests.
Entrance fees cost P50.00 for non-residents of Igbaras and P40.00 for Igbarasnons. Feel free to ask the owners for advice on how best to enjoy your Igbaras vacation. No matter what you want to do, They will be happy to arrange site tours to the area’s attractions. You can get in touch with Igbaras Mountain View Resort through Mrs. Emily Javelosa at 09189795040 or 09189795030.
When looking for a mountain resort Igbaras will not disappoint. Relax in a seclude mountain resort and just enjoy the mountain views. Experience Igbaras’ tradition of warm, gracious hospitality as an honored guest. Pat yourself on the back for experiencing Igbaras Mountain View Resort.
at May 01, 2012
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