The Apiado Clan had once more vacationed in style in a well known resort in Iba, Zambales called the Bakasyunan Resort and Conference Centre.
Bakasyunan Beach Resort is a massive 3-hectare property offering fun, adventure and relaxation for tourists from different places, companies conducting team building activities and for vacationing families like us.
We booked 2 spacious, air conditioned bungalows (Duplex Nipa Hut) for a total of PHP 7,056 for 1 night inclusive of taxes. Each bungalow accommodated 6 guests and has a small ref, TV and attached private bathrooms.
The resort offers wide range of activities such as basketball, volleyball, billiards, mini-golf, and water sports such as kayak and water tricycle. They have a mini playground for kids, trampoline and ATV. They also offer packages for team building activities and catering food services for different events. There are two restaurants which serve delicious Filipino and international dishes and an alcohol bar. For more information, visit their website at http://www.bakasyunanresort.com.
We arrived a couple of hours earlier than the usual check in time which is at 1:00pm. The receptionist informed us that we could wait at the restaurant while waiting for our room. The kids could wait no more, so they immediately started out swimming and splashing on the pool. We tried dining in the restaurant for our lunch. The food was satisfactory except that it took them almost an hour for them to serve the food. For our dinner, we bought in some roasted chicken at a nearby Andok’s Lechon House.
Hubby and I woke up as early as 6am to witness the sunrise at the beach. We love watching the sunrise as we walk hand in hand along the shore. The waves gushing through the shore sounded like music to my ears. It was such a relaxing and soothing experience.
We left the resort at around 10am and headed back to Pangasinan. It was indeed another meaningful and fruitful experience for the Apiado Family.