Kamia Bay and Inaladelan Island resorts, under Calla Lily Hotels and Resorts Corporation, will be launching their official transportation and shuttle service partnership with SM City Puerto Princesa on March 2 to help ease the commute for their visitors and guests.

The transportation and shuttle service project will bring guests to Kamia Bay Resort in Barangay Luzviminda, Puerto Princesa City, and Inaladelan Island Resort in Barangay Port Barton, San Vicente town, northern Palawan from its transit hub located at the SM mall.

Kamia Bay Resort will offer free pick up and drop off shuttle service starting at 10:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. and return trip at 3:30 p.m. and 4:00 p.m.

For Inaladelan Island Resort, pick up and drop off will have a corresponding affordable fee with prior reservation.

Angela Tiotangco-Alvarez, Calla Lily Hotels and Resorts Corporation Vice President for Marketing, said charges will be fair and affordable for guests going to Inaladelan.

Along with the shuttle services launching is the opening of a photo exhibit that will feature the two resorts’ interesting beginnings, facility features, and the environment from March 2-8.

“There are a lot of specials events to look forward to this coming summer, especially in Inaladelan Island Resort because coincidentally this is also the season where the turtles start laying eggs. During the hatching season, we look forward to our guests personally witnessing these turtles being released to the sea to become a part of the marine biodiversity” she shared.

Inaladelan Island Resort is a 12-hectare private island in Port Barton.

“Inaladelan” is its old name, reintroduced to highlight the island as the newest camping paradise in Palawan with its white sand and crystal clear waters.

Its sister company, Kamia Bay Resort, on the other hand, is home to the biggest aqua-adventure inflatable playground in Palawan, located at Binunsalian Bay, Luzviminda that boasts a 40-feet tall rubber slide, a 100-meter obstacle course

Inaladelan Island Resort

Email: inaladelan@gmail.com


Kamia Bay Resort

Contact number: (0917) 543 5770

email: amikatravel@yahoo.com

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