Relax at Marugo Mountain Resort

 

Located just three kilometers away from the town of Tapaz in the Province of Capiz in the Philippines is a lake known as Marugo. The lake is actually a dam, made to irrigate the nearby San Juan, San Antonio and San Pedro farm lands. The enterprising Palomar Family, who owns a 38 hectare land right in front of the lake, created this peaceful resort right in the middle of the green mountains and hills of Capiz on September of 2008.

 

Marugo Lake 2010

 

To truly savour the tranquil environment, hop on  a floating cottage (Php 500) and let yourself be transported to an entirely different world and swim to your hearts delight in the blue green water of the lake. The floating cottage can accomodate up to 15 persons. The swimming pool situated on top of the hill is presently restricted to visitors.

 

Marugo Mountain Resort Swimming Pool 2010

 

Side cottages (Php 200) are also available for the faint of heart. Your experience will not be complete without food, so bring your picnic baskets. The resort has no restaurant (yet), but there is a small sari-sari store where you can buy chichirias (junk food), sodas, plastic cups, etc. Note that the resort is only open for day tours until 6pm daily.  Click here for more pictures.

 

Marugo: where water meets the mountains

 

Mountain Marugo Resort
Sitio Marugo, San Antonio, Tapaz, Capiz
marugoresort@yahoo.com

Contacts:
Nanette Jaime: 09183875111
Charity Mae Guerra: 09193061717 or 09392212373

 

Getting There:

Iloilo City is the best jump-off point going to the town of Tapaz in Capiz. There are several airlines with routes going to Iloilo daily. From Iloilo City, take a Tapaz-bound bus (about 1.5 hours). RoRo buses from Manila pass by the town of Calinog, the town adjacent to Tapaz. From Calinog, take a Tapaz-bound bus (about 30 minutes). The lake is not accessible to the highway, hence it is best to bring your own or hire a vehicle from the town Tapaz or Calinog.

 

 

 

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~ by Happy Sole on April 9, 2010.

20 Responses to “Relax at Marugo Mountain Resort”

  1. this is so nice pero ang layo from manila 😦 sana makapunta din kami dyan soon!

    • that is one drawback of being an archipelago. it’s hard to get to places. BUT then again it is for that reason that we are blessed with more wonderful sceneries. i hope nga mkapunta kayo ng panay island. =)

  2. Hey, I found your blog while searching on Google your post looks very interesting for me. I will bookmark your site. Keep up the good work!

  3. Hello Maam/Sir Im arnel frm eastworld sales phils im suppier hotel resort restaurant amemities my websit: http://www.eastworldsales.com paki check nalang po my cp number 09198639094 phone Number 3612279 Lcal 110.

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  5. Nag enjoy kami dyan kahapon…Ang ganda talaga ng place relaxing talaga…

  6. can i ask if there is an available sleep over in that place..thank you..

    • they were building a rest house when we were there last year. im not sure if they opened it to the public though… or if it was finished at all. sorry, i cant help you. try contacting them in one of the numbers i listed in the entry above. 🙂 good luck!

  7. I am actually from Capiz but it’s only now that I’ve heard of this place, Marugo Mountain resort. I’ll sure include this on my itinerary sa next kong uwi. 🙂 The place looks fascinating from your photos. 🙂

    • it’s closer to Iloilo City than Roxas.. probably why you havent heared of it. hopefully on your next homecoming, the pool and the rest house is already open to the public. thanks for dropping by and leaving a comment!

  8. hello, i’m from dao capiz and i’m going home this april. i would like to visit your place when i get home, and bring my family as well. are you open the entire days of the week? and how mch for the floating cottage? any entrance fees? hope to hear from you, thank you 🙂

    • hello! this is not the official website of Marugo Resort. please contact them directly for any queries or reservations. the report is not confirmed, but someone told me that this place is no longer open to the public.

      thank you for visiting my site!

  9. whoa!. the best place in the world

  10. wala bang rooms for overnyt?

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