Pascual Arriesgado of Lagen Island Resort-Purchasing Dept. emerged as the overall winner. Here, we interview Pascual and ask him about his awesome entry.
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 celebrated “WTM World Responsible Tourism Day” for the second time last November 25, 2012.
El Nido Resorts joined the rest of the world in celebrating the 27th annual International Coastal Cleanup last September 15, 2012.
When you think of possible jobs for a Biology graduate, the tourism industry isn't exactly the first thing that comes to mind, even more so if the potential employer is a luxury island resort.
El Nido Resorts regularly and enthusiastically participates in environmental events such as the Earth Hour, Earth Day, International Coastal Cleanup Day, World Ocean Day, and World Responsible Tourism Day.
“G.R.E.E.N.-minded Ka Na Ba?”, the newest and hippest Nature Interpretation Training Challenge to hit Palawan is making waves this 2012!
Our staff? They're awesome.