Sitio Kiminawit is a small fishing village where houses are perched upon stilts just reaching out of the water. Early in the morning, the people of the barangay are already awake and about. Children walk towards the elementary school building in the middle of the village, the men set out to fish in nearby waters, and the women meet to discuss their newfound passion: entrepreneurship. Described by... Continue Reading →
I arrived in El Nido with buoyant spirits and a buoy problem. I’ll start with the buoyant spirits. Even after forty-six hours of travel from Washington DC, the reason for El Nido’s fame as a tourist destination became immediately apparent.
To wind down after a day full of adventures around El Nido, the resorts offer a variety of evening entertainment.
The ENR Sustainability and Environment Department proudly brings you its first-ever activities and accomplishments report! Read on to find out how we spent the year 2013!
TKDC/El Nido Resorts has been celebrating the International Coastal Cleanup since the 1990s. This year, the company decided to team up with the local government of El Nido to hold the first-ever municipal-wide International Coastal Cleanup celebrations.
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.
El Nido Resorts was awarded the World Travel & Tourism Council Tourism for Tomorrow Award 2013 for the Community Benefit category last April 9, 2013 during the WTTC's 13th Global Summit in Abu Dhabi, UAE.
Jamie and I also mucked out and observed the orderly piggery where TKP raises pigs for eventual pork consumption at the resorts.