I’ve heard so much about Green Lagoon Park in Canamucan in the town of Compostela. They say that it’s a beach resort with a pool and various amenities. I never really got interested, though, because the resort, when viewed from the highway, seemed like a cheap getaway built right smack in the middle of a mangrove forest. Haha. Also, whenever I travel up North, my usual pit stops are Liloan and Danao. Incidentally, my uncles and cousins decided to go to Compostela over the weekend for a little excursion. I was originally against the idea of going to Green Lagoon but they all won me over (simply because they were paying. Hahaha).
Anyway, I’m glad that I went because I was finally able to see the place for my self. And considering that I had a negative impression of the place, I must say that the place wasn’t shabby at all. In fact, I liked the place. So, here are some photos of the resort. If you’ve been to Green Lagoon park, tell us what you think!
Green Lagoon Park in Canamucan, Compostela.
Of course, no pit stop in Liloan is complete without the Liloan Lechon!
Of course, there’s the Cebuano favorite – Puso!
This young boy is selling another Cebuano favorite – Masi!
Finally! Green Lagoon Park. Telephone Number 425-6008
Rates for their various rides. They also have calesa rides for Php20 each.
They have a barbecue strips for those who don’t like to bring stuff from home.
Huts usually referred to as ‘cottages’. Php500 each.
View of the coast of Compostela. Nice.
Nice looking beach houses. Wow!
That house looked really gorgeous.
The beach. The sand is not too fine. But it’s all right. The water is cool, anyways. :)
Close up of the cottages.
Green Lagoon Park is a clean resort. Nice.
Kids enjoying the water.
Right in the middle of the property is a big green pond. I think this was how the place got its name. Hehe.
I’m not exactly sure what they were doing. But I have a feeling that they were trying to reclaim it.
The swimming pool. Nice.
Cool! Perfect for the kids.
Pool rules and rates!
Nice looking rooms.
Visit Green Lagoon Park now!