Anvaya Cove

One Day Serenity in Anvaya Cove

Anvaya Cove 2015

Anvaya Cove is a private resort in Morong, Bataan that is owned by Ayala Corporation. Now, I understood why rich people don’t mind spending millions for memberships on private resorts: gorgeous landscape, best service and most of all, no crowd chaos. And to answer your question, no, I’m not a member. We were just endorsed by my Ayala executive aunt. But I wish I’m.

Anvaya Cove 2015

HOW TO GET THERE

From Manila, take the NLEX then take the SCTEX and exit in Subic via Subic-Tipo Tollgate. Once in Subic, drive along Subic Freeport Zone until you reached the Morong Gate. When you’ve reached the Morong Gate, just stick on the main road until you’ve reached the huge entrance of Anvaya Cove. You’ll never miss it, I swear.

The Room

Anvaya Cove 2015

We got the whole 2nd floor to ourselves.

Anvaya Cove 2015

The view from one of our room.

Check-in for overnight guests starts at 2 pm. (and we arrived at 4 pm oh yeah) The rooms are a little far from the amenities that you need to take the golf car. We were given 3 adjacent garden rooms, one has a terrace, that has connecting doors. The room is big enough for 5 persons and comes with a breakfast. And the beat part, we just got the room for almost P7,000.

Thursday evening…

Anvaya Cove 2015

Anvaya Cove 2015

We went on a Thursday because weekends are reserved for the members. And since we arrived around sunset already, we just hurriedly settle in our bags in our rooms and went to the beach. We borrowed a volleyball in the game room and played beach volleyball. It was my first time to try the said sport and I almost die running in the sand. To cap off the day, we dipped in the beach until darkness took place and staff asked us to be in the pools instead. We played billiards (for free) too and I suck.

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Beach at 6:30 am with the vain parentals

Friday morning…

I’m up early for I wanted to see the sunrise by the beach but last night’s beach volleyball took it from me. (HUHU never again) But I’m still up early for breakfast is not yet served when we got to the buffet area. So my dear parents asked me to go to the beach with them, and yes, to be the ultimate photographer.

Anvaya Cove 2015

After breakfast (no photos because I’m a bad blogger) and the sun is already completely out, I went took some photos of this paradise. I miss my monkey though. He’ll be so excited to take my photos in this gorgeous place. Nevertheless, the alone time and search for an artsy angle made me realized how blessed I’ve been this year that I got to experience this kind of serenity.

Anvaya Cove 2015
Anvaya Cove 2015
Anvaya Cove 2015

Friday lunch…
Anvaya Cove 2015
Anvaya Cove 2015

Before our check out by 12nn, we went to the newest pool of Anvaya Cove. It is beside the newly constructed basketball court. Compared to the infinity pool, this place is more serene and peaceful or maybe people didn’t know about this place though. The water is so blue too that I wish I have a go pro.

Anvaya Cove 2015

The whole Team De Guzman

 

More about Anvaya Cove:
  1. They have a game room and library. And the best part is that it’s free. Just present your room cards.
  2. They have day tours but you still needed to be endorsed by a member. If you avail this, don’t worry for they offer lockers and towels for free. Nice right?
  3. There are 2 restaurants inside- the Bamboo Cafe, which serves buffet, and Pawikan Beach Bar and Grill. There are also 2 bars at night, one by the infinity pool and one by the beach.
  4. If you’re with kids, don’t worry because Kiddie Village and pool saves the day.
  5. You can avail their nature camp too for a corresponding price. They have a fitness trail and adventure tower where you can rappel and zip line.
  6. They have water sports too again to a corresponding price. You can try snorkeling, kayaking, jet skis, banana boat, wake board and more.

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