After getting lost a number of times, we finally found Capari Resort. I asked by the way why the sign says “Caparii” and was replied with, “The old name really had two i’s, we changed it to only one i.”
There were about fifteen people when we got to the beachfront – gorgeous Caucasian hunks to be quite honest, playing beach volleyball, football, as well as an Asian who was skimboarding. But shortly after, they all boarded a speedboat and went away – to some island we surmised, much to our sadness(!). Except for a family in another hut, the resort was completely empty.
We picked one of the beachfront huts to hang out and have our lunch at.
Prices at the resort are steep. We had two bottles of 12 oz Coca-cola, a glass of juice, carbonara and a BLT sandwich, a bill which amounted to about Php800.
The 12 oz Coca-cola alone cost Php75 each+tax+service charge.
This is the building that houses the restaurant.
But we took this path going to the beach, and preferred to stay in the hut.
Lia was in love with the hammock, as per usual.
It was very quiet in the resort.
Their standard rooms are at Php2,750++ per night double occupancy.
Their family rooms are at Php3,750++.
The grounds are well-kept. Plenty of running to do around here, as well as an option to play volleyball, if so inclined.
Since we didn’t have anything much to do other than eat, hang out in the hut or in the hammock, and the light was really beautiful for taking photos of ourselves, that was what we did.
Not posting those photos here though.
The tide was going out and Lia wanted to swim. So I took her out to swim. Here are some paparazzi shots that Lovely took as we were walking back.
I’ve gained some weight. Big hoorah to that! I posted one photo on IG and said it was a paparazzi shot of Angelina Jolie with her daughter, and some of my friends actually thought it was. I was really saying something and talking to Lia in that photo.
I was also trying to make a series of that “beach lovin” thing, and so here was the version at Capari.
Lia came running towards me though and said, “No Mama! No sleeping on the beach ok Mama?!” and made me get up. “Getupppp! Getupppppp!”
This is a series:
- Going to San Vicente, Palawan
- Accommodations in San Vicente, Palawan
- Peace and Love Resort, San Vicente, Palawan
- Long Beach, San Vicente, Palawan
- Getting Lost in Panindigan, San Vicente, Palawan
- Capari Resort, San Vicente, Palawan
Related external links:
- San Vicente, Palawan Official Website
- Lost in Long Beach, Palawan: Longest Beach in the Philippines
- SAN VICENTE, PALAWAN: The Next Tourism Hotspot
- My San Vicente, Palawan Expenses
- Capari Resort – Official Website
- Capari Resort – Facebook page
- My “Survivor Philippines” Experience (Part 1): Capari Resort – San Vicente, Palawan
- Capari Resort on Trip Advisor
- Capari Resort and the Survivor Getaway Review (San Vicente, Palawan)
- Capari Resort, San Vicente, Palawan Reviews