Aloha Palawan 2019, an annual summer party, took place in Inaladelan Island in Port Barton, San Vicente. Hundreds of music and art enthusiasts gathered for performances by tribal dancers and bands.
Aloha Palawan, like any other beach festivals, is frequented by foreign and local tourists—many of whom don’t mind to travel, fly several hours, and drive from different towns and ports to be a part of this annual summer occasion that’s worth visiting. The event took place last month from April 27 to 30. Here are our review, photos, and insiders for next year with you!
Flying with AirAsia and kicking off upon the arrival with a beachfront welcome dinner at Microtel Inn & Suites, our night was graced by fairy lights and several tribal dances and band performances. The fact that the launch is located directly at one of the hottest summer vacation spots in Puerto Princesa already impressed everyone.
Prepared and energized for next day, guests and attendees made their way to Kamia Bay Resort hosting the biggest Summer Fair of the season. We walked on an eco-trail reaching a majestic view of the island. The highlight was their inflatable aqua playground where everybody jumped on. It’s great to play, cool down in the shores, and chill on the beach after. There is enough space and activity for everybody. What else could be missing at this getaway?
Parties! Hue Hotel & Resort filled their rooftop with unlimited cocktails and acoustic performances. To stretch the drinking and dancing, on the third day we went to Inaladelan Island Resort. Besides the mad BBQ party, we relished at the white sand beach, witnessing live turtle release at the shores under Turtle Encounters which completed our pleasant stay there.
We absolutely enjoyed all the events set out and were surprised by the last day’s brunch at the Long Beach. All in all, #AlohaPalawan this year was a great success. This festival is just great during the peak of summer with some friends. The water was refreshing; the activities were pleasing; the islands and beaches were exquisite; the food was mouth-watering; the DJs (DJ Daxx and Cris Saga) were lively; everyone was friendly.
Aloha Palawan is definitely worth your consideration for next year. Scoop Asia never fails to bring the best summer breaks we want. Taking home gifts and souvenirs from LAAG PH, this was a holiday to remember!