Pascual Arriesgado of Lagen Island Resort-Purchasing Dept. emerged as the overall winner. Here, we interview Pascual and ask him about his awesome entry.
It was a wet and wild World Oceans Day celebration for El Nido Resorts (ENR), as staff volunteered their off-duty hours to clean up El Nido and Taytay's beaches, experience the daily operations of the ENR Materials Recovery Facility (MRF), play water-related games, and unleash their musical talent via a songwriting contest.
El Nido Resorts celebrated Earth Day last April 22, 2013 with coastal and underwater cleanups, games, and a poster-making contest. Good food and a beach jam capped off the event.
The World Travel & Tourism Council's (WTTC) Tourism for Tomorrow Awards are one of the highest accolades in the travel and tourism industry. The Awards were established to highlight and promote sustainable tourism best practices worldwide.
For this episode, "Enchanting El Nido" takes you to meet the colorful anemonefishes in Apulit Island Resort's house reef!
For non-perishable products like shampoo, it's best to buy them in large bottles instead of small sachets. Buying in bulk is cheaper in the long run and the containers can be recycled. Unfortunately, oil sachets are non-recyclable.
El Nido Resorts is a Finalist for the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) 2013 Tourism for Tomorrow Awards under the Community Benefit Award category.
Mooring buoys are essential to marine tourism as they discourage boats from dropping their anchors and possibly hitting and destroying fragile coral reefs.
Jamie and I also mucked out and observed the orderly piggery where TKP raises pigs for eventual pork consumption at the resorts.