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Boracay Island, Aklan Philippines

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What makes Boracay the perennial favorite of both foreign and domestic travelers? The seasoned and frequent visitors of Boracay island paradise in Aklan have only one common answer: Its sparkling crystal-clear turquiose waters, the powdery-fine white sand and the genuine Filipino hospitality that one cannot find anywhere else in the World.

One of Boracay’s lures is SeaWind Resort, one of the popular resorts in the island noted for its genuine Filipino hospitality, homey ambiance and excellent food. Here, everyone knows you by name, and service is given wholeheartedly.

SeaWind’s strategic location makes it the best resort from which to experience Boracay. Located near Boat Station One, the sprawling property is far enough from the action to give the much-desired peace and relaxation one seeks, yet near enough the island’s party places, bars and restaurants should one prefer to turn into a night-owl. Of all the resorts on the island, SeaWind has the widest beachfront and the finest beach sand, making it an ideal spot for enjoying the world-famous beach.

The resort features large, Filipiniana Rooms and Balinese-themed rooms, comfortable lounge chairs, cozy hammocks, and soft beach beds under simple nipa canopies that are perfect for lounging around while having a coconut oil massage.

Owner Joebert Cocjin claims it is the only resort that is experienced in providing excellent food and beverage for groups of up to 500 people, a truly excellent host of weddings, birthdays, company outings, conventions, and other occasions.

"Once you’ve stayed at SeaWind, the personable and friendly staff will keep you coming back. It’s the personalized service that sets us apart from other resorts," Cocjin points out adding that they don’t treat customers as clients but as friends. "And like real friends, we go out of our way to satisfy their needs."


Accommodation

The Warmth and Comforts of Sea Wind Superior Rooms (hilltop; non-beachfront) and Deluxe Rooms (beachfront) are standard size room. Super Deluxe Rooms (beachfront) luxury size room. Private. Welcoming. Cozy. All rooms are designed for your utmost comfort and convenience. The spacious air-conditioned accommodations with private baths and hot and cold showers are fully-equipped with cable TV, telephone and mini-refrigerator.

Pikoy's, the resort's Coffee Shop and dining facility serves a range of local and international dishes. Open from 6:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.

The Habagat Deck is Sea Wind's conference/function room which can accomodate small to medium-sized meetings and/or parties.

The Garden Terrace doubles as an al fresco dining facility for private functions or barbecues at Sea Wind.

A whole range of activities awaits guests at Boracay. Water sports like scuba diving, windsurfing, island hopping boat tours and snorkeling may be arranged. Landlubbers can explore the local market or go on an island tour. Gold may be available by special arrangement.

How To Get There

Air travel time from Manila to Caticlan Airport by reliable scheduled commuter aircraft, Asian Spirit (6K) and SEAir(BG), is about one (1) hour. From the airport to the Caticlan jetty port is a short hop of one-half (1/2) kilometer by the resort van or mini-bus. A native motorized outrigger boat or 'banca' servicing the resort exclusively takes you from the jetty port to the resort in about twenty (20) minutes. Air charters from Manila and other points can be arranged.

The principal domestice airlines, Philippine Airline (PR), Cebu Pacific (5J) and Air Philippines (2P), operate several flights daily from Manila to the capital town of Kalibo, from where you can take an air-conditioned tour bus to Caticlan jetty port. The road trip from Kalibo is about two (2) hours over excellent roads. During peak travel season, Philippine Airlines operates shuttle flights from Cebu City-Mactan International Airport.

The resort front office staff will be glad to reconfirm your domestic and international flight bookings for you.


What To Do

:: scuba diving :: kayak and paddle boats :: snorkelling
:: swimming :: pool table :: table tennis
:: beach badminton :: beach volleyball :: boating and fishing trips
:: sunset cruises :: nightclubbing :: karaoke
:: par 72 world class golf :: jetskiing :: waterskiing
:: windsurfing :: sailing :: para-sailing
:: banana boat :: island boat tour :: bike/scooter hire
:: shopping :: motorbike hire :: 10-pin bowling
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