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This Luxury Glamping Spot is Your Escape to Islas de Gigantes

by Angie Garcia
March 20, 2018

While crowds tend to flock towards popular beach spots like Siargao and Palawan, the Philippines is still blessed with off-the-beaten-path paradises.

The Islas de Gigantes or Gigantes Islands in Iloilo is one of them. Teeming with immaculate white sand beaches, mystical caves, and majestic rock formations among its long list of natural wonders, this has all the makings of an under-the-radar tropical destination.

There were no premium accommodations nearby, but now this buzzed-about resort is here to give guests a taste of luxury and adventure: Solina Beach and Nature Resort.

Located in Carles, Solina Beach and Nature Resort offer well-appointed glamping stays that can accommodate all sorts of travelers: couples, families, and groups of friends alike!

Guests have raved about how it's the perfect retreat after an island hopping escapade. With its beautiful natural surroundings and pristine architecture, it's no question why.

All rooms in Solina Beach and Nature Resort are fully equipped with modern amenities such as air conditioning, hot and cold shower, clean and comfortable beddings, flat screen TV with cable, and toiletries.

On days when you want to stay in and unwind, take a refreshing swim at the beach or swimming pool. Or, simply lounge at one of Solina Beach and Nature Resort's sunbeds beachfront.

The in-house Angga Restaurant serves delicious, traditional Ilonggo breakfast specialties from Carles such as Dilis or Fish Tapa served with a cup of garlic rice. Filipino favorites like Pork Sinigang, Chicken Pork Adobo, and Tinolang Manok are some of their must-tries as well!

One of the highlights to look forward to in the island hopping tour? Cabugao Gamay, or famously known as the "selfie island" for its picturesque setting that's surrounded by the crystal blue sea. This island boasts of a gorgeous white sandbar at the northern green tip of the island. While you're there, don't forget to dine on fresh seafood delicacies Iloilo is known for!

With excellent service and top-notch facilities, count on Solina Beach & Nature Resort to provide you with everything you need for a tropical hideaway in Northern Iloilo. What are you waiting for?


Solina Beach and Nature Resort
Balasan-Carles Pronvincial Road
Brgy. Guinticgan Carles, Iloilo

For Inquiries & Reservations:
(02) 664 7515
(0917) 150 0570
(0939) 918 2160
reservations@solina.ph

Office Hours:
Mondays to Saturdays, 8:30AM - 5PM

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This article was last edited on June 26, 2019 by the DG Traveler team.

About Angie
Angie is a third-culture kid with a voracious appetite for adventure and street food delicacies. She has a hard time deciding whether she's more of a beach or mountain person, but she's thankful that the Philippines has a good amount of both.

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