A one of a kind immersion on the filipino rural folks’ way of life. Take an excursion to this naturally-blessed coconut plantation resort roughly 2 (two) hours away from Manila. Visitors are ferried around the many attractions in the 800-hectare estate via a water buffalo-drawn carriage. See a collection of artifacts from spanish colonial era and World War II in the resort’s museum, witness how tne locals harvest coconuts, go water rafting or simply take a dip in the spring-water swimming pool and enjoy filipino cuisine in a restaurant set against the backdrop of waterfalls, serenaded by local musicians. The activities are boundless and before you know it, it’s time to head back to home.