Explorar El Nido Treehouses is nestled on the Philippine island of Palawan.
Two exciting new solar powered resorts are poised to open in the Philippines next year.
The Pavilions El Nido and Explorar Treehouses El Nido are mid-construction on the tropical island of Palawan. Both resorts will be powered by a dedicated sustainable solar farm, Eco Town, which will eventually offset 10,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide each year.
The Pavilions El Nido will include 92 luxury villas with beach access, ocean views, a dive centre, adventure park, walks and spa and wellness facilities. Phase one of the development is slated to open in 2024.
Explorar El Nico Treehouses is located on a five hectare block of untouched land just 500m from the ocean. The adults-only (16 years plus) resort will include 69 luxury treehouse villas with private plunge pools surrounded by mountain terrain and with sea views. The resort will also offer ‘Exhale’, a wellness concept with spa, wellness and nutrition retreats. The resort is currently on schedule for a 2025 opening.
El Nido on Palawan island is known for its scuba diving and snorkelling, as well as white sandy beaches and crystal clear waters.
“We can fully understand why El Nido on Palawan Island has been named best island in the world,” said Explorar Hotels & Resorts co-founder Tim Sargeant. “The stunning beauty combined with raw and untouched nature is truly out of this world and a perfect fit for both brands’ sustainability and environmental ethos. We can’t wait to show our guests around this secret treasure.”
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