Alegre Beach Resort and Spa, which we featured in an article here in 2006, has announced a booking promotion entitled “The Great Holiday Escape.”
Under the promo, rooms can be booked for only P6,700 a night for single or twin sharing. Extra persons will be charged P2,500 per person per night.
THE BEACHFRONT at The Cliff section of Alegre Beach Resort. At right is a bar. You can choose to take your meals or snacks here. CLICK ON PHOTO TO ENLARGE.
The package includes complimentary scheduled round trip shuttle service from and to the airport, Cebu Center or pier. The package also includes welcome drinks, overnight de luxe room accommodation, full breakfast, one-time use of snorkel set or kayak, fish feeding activity, 10 percent discount on spa services, 10 percent discount on aqua-sports activities (except island-hopping and excursions), use of resort facilities and game room activities.
Go on a tour of the northern towns of Cebu and experience the culture and hospitality of Cebuanos. Get to visit tourist spots that Cebu towns are well known for, such as white sand beaches, old churches and houses, and historical structures.
This month’s Suroy-Suroy Sugbo, a tourism project of Cebu Gov. Gwen Garcia, is dubbed the “Northern Escapade.” It will run for three days — January 19-21, 2011 — and take guests to the heart of the towns of Bantayan, Madridejos, San Remegio, Medellin, Sogod, Carmen, Santa Fe, Liloan, Consolacion, Bogo, Tabogon, Compostela, Borbon, Catmon, and Danao City.
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I swam with the fishes in Alegre. Literally. Try wading in the resort’s seas and they’d follow you around, circling your legs, perhaps hoping you’d throw them a morsel of bread.
The Alegre Beach Resort in Sogod in Cebu has declared its sea waters a marine sanctuary. A sign on the beach says fishing or capturing the friendly fish is prohibited.
Emboldened perhaps by the fact that they’re not harmed and that they’re fed by well-meaning beachgoers, fish congregate in the resort’s shallows. We had a blast watching them race for bed crumbs.
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