Voda Krasna Beach Resort

VODA KRASNA BEACH RESORT (KAI NANI POINTE)

Voda Krasna is a literal translation from ‘wonderful water’ in Bosnian and some Eastern European langauges.

Voda Beach Resort is located approximately 100 kilometers from Cebu City, the capital of this Visayan province.

It takes roughly 2.5 hours by car and 3 hours by bus (coach) to get to the beach where Voda Krasna is established beautifully.

As a starter, the bungalows of this resort are built on top of rocks on the beach. They have native huts by the beach too!

You can have all the views of the ocean from the terrace of your bungalow.

ACCOMMODATION / HUTS

Voda Krasna (formerly the Kai Nani Pointe Resort) has now on top of the rocks sitting by the beach. Here are the accommodations…

2 Bungalows – They are 9 by 9 meters in total size including the patio. It has an amazing sea view. The bungalows face eastward giving early birds an amazing sunrise.

Native Huts – Voda, just like most native-style resorts on the island, has the traditional cool huts available for your stay. The rate is fixed and so some visitors could squeeze in as much as they can.

TROPICAL FACILITIES

Each bungalow has air-conditioning, satellite TV, WiFi access, mini bar, toilet, and showers. Although the place is basic and simple, you can access and enjoy the following facilities…

Restaurant
Reception desk
Internet access
Airport transfers
Car park
Boat/Car Trips
Laundry/dry cleaning
Mini bar
Garden
LCD TV

FUN TRIP OFFERS

Oslob
Oslob, which is close to Alcoy is famous for its whale shark, snorkel, scuba dive and other fun water activities. Facilities for observing the whale sharks are available in the area itself.

Cebu Kawasan Falls
This is a famous place for the 3-layered waterfalls in Badian. You can enjoy the falls or hike a bit to the side for a bit of adventure.

Bohol Island
To go to Bohol Island, you need more prepareations but worth the visit. You’ll be able to climb on top of the world-famous Chocolate Hills, meet the smallest monkeys called Tarsiers, scan Loboc River, or visit the Spanish era built historic churches.

Camiguin Island
This island, known for its white sand beaches and volcanic features is located in the  and belonging to the third largest island – Mindanao. There you’ll find Mount Hibok-Hibok (still active volcano), Kawasan Falls, White Beach, hot springs and cold springs.

Siquijor Island
This is another popular island and was designated as marine reserve in 1978. It has nice beaches, marine life, and beautiful features of the island.

Pamilacan Island
Now a scuba diving destination and became a protected area due to overfishing and hunting of dolphins, whale shark and manta rays. Worth the visit!

Balicasag Island
This island is great for its colorful and varied species of corals, fish and sea turtles. It is fantastic for snorkel and scuba diving activities.

FINDING VODA KRASNA BEACH RESORT

Email: info@vodakrasna.com
Telephone: 4 839 254 (local number in the Philippines)
Mobile: 09 323 917 266 (local number in the Philippines)
Website: http://www.vodakrasna.com/

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MORE ALCOY RESORTS

Bodos Bamboo Bar Resort
Larville Pool Garden Resort
Meili Beach Resort
Villa Rosa Resort
Voda Krasna Beach Resort (this page!)
Tingko Beach Resort

Thanks a lot for visiting this page.

You can visit us again or more often to find more information about Cebu’s travel resources and holiday destinations.

Hope you’ll have a wonderful and memorable holiday!

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