KuripoTravels: Pico de Loro’s Endless Nature

Every escapade is an opportunity to explore God’s creation.
Welcome to my 2nd K-TA: Pico de Loro!
Two months into my work, our Department decided to go on a much-needed R&R (rest and rehabilitation). I was one of those tasked to look for a possible place and my frugality hindered me from considering this place (it’s that costly, believe me!) but thank heavens for the gift of friends, we were able to see this beauty! – KuripoTip #6: Use your resources (Read KuripoTips 1 to 5 HERE).
Pico de Loro is in Nasugbu, Batangas. Actually, what makes it pricey is that it is an exclusive, for-members only resort but then again we’ve got connections. Thanks to ma’am Jerry! We stayed for 2 days and 1 night in a condominium for P1,500 each inclusive of everything.
KuripoTip #7: Camera is ALWAYS a travel must have. So try to invest on a good one. Don’t be afraid to go a little over for this one. Get a camera that you will keep much longer.  Then always remember our KuripoTip #2: Do the most unlikely activities when given limited time. EXPLORE. DISCOVER. ENJOY.
There is a shuttle service inside the place for the guests.
Guests who want to receive access to the beach club are required to wear bracelets. The orange ones are for the beach access only while another color is both for the beach (accessible until 6PM) and the pool.
The beach
Th infinity pool
As our adventure comes to an end, keep in mind KuripoTip #8: Be a light traveler. Plan your OOTDs (outfits of the day) ahead, bring some extras and never forget the essentials.
And we wrap this up once again with KuripoTip #5 – NEW FRIENDS. STRONGER RELATIONSHIPS.
This is your thrifty travel buddy – CHAripot!
‘Til our next adventure!
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Mae Charity Lopez
Mae Charity LopezContent Editor
Cha is an Accountant at a shared service center of a global enterprise with core competencies in Life Science fields of health care and agriculture. She authored some articles of VoicePoints back in 2015 and also led the Citizen Journalism arm of VoicePoints that same year. Now, Cha joins the new organization and brand of VoicePoints as she take on the same role she held before. She loves to travel but is admittedly lost geographically. She doesn’t back down on any adventure driven activity and is currently into the KDrama world until her Oppa comes along.