The Southern Paradise, Caylabne Bay Resort

Posted: July 9, 2011 in Resorts
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Note: All photos posted in this blog are taken by the author himself (Garnet Jason D. Baco)

Caylabne Bay Resort is a Filipino-owned corporation situated in a cove at Ternate, Cavite and was formerly known as the popular Marbella, that once a hideaway and private enclave of one of the most influential and prestigious families in the Philippines, the Marcos Family including their close friends and special foreign dignitaries.

Semi-aerial view (photo taken while approaching the resort)

Note: All photos posted in this blog are taken by the author himself (Garnet Jason D. Baco)

Geographically, the spot is surrounded by the islands of El Fraile, Caballo, La Monja, Corregidor and Carabao.

Caylabne Bay Resort is a home to two exclusive residential developments such as the “Las Casas de Cala Buena” (consists of Tuscan-inspired villas and “Waterfront Towers” (Andalusian-inspired condominiums with a seafront backyard).

Going to the resort

 Using our own private car, we’ve located the spot by passing through Emilio Aguinaldo Highway straight until reaching the Governor’s Drive’s crossing (turn right) then straight again (passing through Naic cavite) to Ternate Cavite until we reached the gateway of the said resort. (For detailed information please follow the link: http://www.caylabne.com.ph/location.html). Typically, the resort is reachable within 2hours or less coming from Pasay/Baclaran area, however at this point of time, traffic along E.Aguinaldo Highway would interfere the travelling hours (at least 30minutes-1hour delays) due to some highway-construction-related activities.

The Author/Photographer (Garnet Jason D. Baco)

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Comments
  1. traveladdict says:

    true talent and passion!

  2. mikaela says:

    nice. u’r showing d real beauty of d places that uv been tru photgraphy. talented indeed!

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