LOLO OYONG PENSION HOUSE

Lolo Oyong is located in the buzzling town center of Poblacion El Nido. It is a tourist inn perched at the bottom of a towering limestone karst cliff and fronting the main Rizal Street. Lolo Oyong is a 5 minutes walk or a minute tricycle ride to the beach where motorboats are waiting for you to be ferried to the breathtaking lagoons and powdery white sand beaches in the Bacuit bay.

Lolo Oyong has 18 rooms to offer, all aircon with private toilet and bath and hot and cold water.Rooms are classified as single ,double executive and twin rooms Prices ranges from P1,500,P1,800 to P2,000 per room, inclusive of breakfast. Prices are based on double occupancy. Any extra person will be charged P350 and if with extra foam, charge is increased to P450 pesos .Lolo Oyong has a standby generator for electricity and continuous water supply.

Lolo Oyong Pension House

Lolo Oyong has a dine-in restaurant that serves all time meals, mostly Filipino food. Its first, second and third floor has lounging areas where one can unwind, couched, WI-FI or simply make conversation .Lolo Oyong is very accessible to other restaurants and entertainment venues. Lolo Oyong also offers tour packages and tourist assistance for van, boat rentals ,kayak and the like.

Lolo Oyong is a new experience with warm Filipino hospitality and comfortable setting .It is a house with feeling of a home. For reservations and/or inquiries please refer to our contact page.

EL NIDO

El Nido

EL NIDO... interesting... awesome... exotic...

Why is EL NIDO so popular to travellers?

Lonely Planet Guide book 9th edition pages 421 & 424 describes it all:

"El Nido is the gateway to Palawan's greatest natural treasure: the Bacuit Archipelago. El Nido itself commands a stunning location, sandwiched between towering limestone karst cliffs and Bacuit Bay, with the fantastic contours of Cadlao Island looming right offshore."

BACUIT ARCHIPELAGO

"The Bacuit Archipelago is a fantastic seascape where Mother Nature appears to have let her imagination run wild. It is a collection of jagged limestone islands that leap skyward from the cyrstal-clear waters of Bacuit Bay. The archipelago is similar to Vietnam's Ha long Bay, or the Krabi and Phi Phi area of southern Thailand, only - dare we say it - more beautiful. Many of the islands have sheltered bays that conceal white-sand beaches, stunning lagoons and vivid coral gardens. A few days exploring the archipelago by bangka, stopping to snorkel the coral gardens and
picnic on an empty beach is sure to be the highlight of any trip to
Palawan."