Camaya Coast President Goody Ilagan recently request VIC ALCUAZ for assistance in filling up top level positions for their 500-hectare resort community in Mariveles, Bataan. The resort is located within two beautiful and big coves that boast of white sand beaches and clear blue sea waters. The project includes residential communities as well as several resort facilities including first class hotel rooms and excellent food and beverage.
The development is being promoted as a green or environmentally friendly community, which includes a sewage treatment plant and a silt trap, both of which are meant to keep the area clean and safe while maintaining the balance of natural elements. In addition, the buildings in the development are constructed with a material called Plasform Panel, made by Plastech Industrial Systems from Kuala Lumpur. The material is claimed to be lightweight and easy to handle and eliminates the use of timber and plywood. Focused on promoting eco-tourism, thirty percent of the area is kept as natural forest reserves with an array of fruit trees including star apples, mangoes, and cashew nuts and some orchids. The forest is also a habitat for wild goats, wild boars and exotic birds (2nd paragraph lifted from Wikipedia).
Camaya Coast is an easy 3 hour drive from Manila and about 180 kilometres away.