Check out The First-Ever Vegan Resort in Liwliwa, Zambales
Our country is so blessed.
by Tynne De Leon | May 27, 2019
Liwliwa in Zambales is pretty much described as the low-key version of the crowd-favorite San Juan, La Union. Aside from being a surfing spot, it’s also a great place for foodies and for those who just want to watch the beach waves while resting on the sand. No wonder, it makes people keep on coming back.
If you’re planning to have a trip soon, there’s a newly-opened resort in the neighborhood with Bali-inspired cottages. Kwentong Dagat, located at the beachfront, features a laid-back vibe and Instagram-worthy accommodations that can fit up to 6 pax.
Good news for vegans, this place also serves home-cooked style vegan meals to cater your lifestyle.
An outdoor kitchen is also available for guests who want to cook their own food, just in case.
Room rates start from P4000, and one cabin can accommodate 3-6 guests. You can also pitch your own tent starting from P200.
Apart from accommodation, the resort also offers other activities and classes such as jiu jitsu, yoga, surfing, and island hopping. You can do those, or just simply chill at the hammocks scattered around the area.
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