I decided to write a separate post about Camp Alfredo because I liked it and not-so-liked it at the same time. Bi-polar blogger, anyone? Anyways, Camp Alfredo is one of the tourist attractions in Guimaras Island that offers a zip line-rappelling adventure-slash-obstacle course (whatever you call it, hahaha).
So why do I hate it and love it at the same time? Read on.
The Miss: the zip line / obstacle course was not really that long for the price that they offer. OR MAYBE, the people assigned to brief guests of such a course were not enthusiastic enough to tell us the whole route. I found out in their Facebook page however, that the course is relatively longer, and perhaps, worth the price. Prices and packages can be seen here (Camp Alfredo's FB page).
|A part of the obstacle course|
Another Miss: The expensive Coke Sakto. I'm sorry. I just cant get over it. I never knew Coke in Guimaras could be very expensive. Haha.
The Hit: The Pool. I'm raving about the pool, I know. It's just so clean and blue and green and happy. I would love to take a dip here at night, with nothing but the stars and the mountains and the trees and those cute lanterns.
Another Hit: The landscape. The landscaping in Camp Alfredo is beautiful. It's still a work-in-progress, I guess. But they are doing excellent work on it.
Entrance fee to Camp Alfredo is 50 PhP. They also offer cute cottages/rooms that I was not able to take a picture of. They're perched on the side of the hill (nice pictures of those on their FB Page).
So given the chance to return to the island (and if I had enough money to spare), I'd love to stay for the night and experience dipping in that beautiful pool. I do still need to find a way to smuggle beverages into the resort though. ;)