Avara Nature and Yacht Club: The easy life of the seaside

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We have all wanted an easy life on the seaside, waves crashing on the shore along with you being woken up by the sunlight peeking through the curtains on your windows. That feeling of taking your time to enjoy the beauty of the blue skies and the deep sea. The yacht will be waiting for you whenever you’re ready, anyway. That’s the promise of Avara Nature and Yacht Club—the easy life of the seaside.

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What is Avara?

Avara means Sunshine Island, located at Calauag Bay in Taytay, Palawan and is the first of its kind as a nature and yacht club. It presents itself as an eco-luxurious resort which has:
2 - A glimpse of Avara_s accommodation

  • solar panels as a source of renewable energy
  • utilize a recycled water treatment system
  • maximize a hydroponic garden
  • take advantage of other eco-materials available.

Being a member of the Avara Club would mean having a feel of the Maldives in our own country as it is inspired by the Maldivian architecture. You can choose to stay in a one-bedroom Water Villa with jacuzzi, two-bedroom Water Villa with private infinity pool, or one-or two-bedroom Beach Casitas.

1 - Avara_s Maldivian-inspired casitas and villas

Nature and Yacht Club?

Aside from the villas and casitas, Avara members will also have an exclusive access to a two- bedroom yacht with crew for an overnight stay or for cruising around the island and nearby areas. Avara’s yacht features two cabins and a family room in the lower deck; a living room, a kitchen and dining area, and a plunge pool in the main deck; and an open dining space and a sun deck in the fly bridge. 
Guests will first experience the Avara service upon their arrival at the dock or the harbor. But the ultra-luxurious resort also has a helipad for those who will be coming in by air. VIPs also have the option to skip the reception and go straight to their accommodation.
The Facilities in Avara are:
  • gym
  • a water sports center
  • a tennis court
  • golf course 
  • playroom and nursery
  • spa and massage cabanas
  • a bonfire area
  • a clinic with an in-house doctor and nurse
  • and a gaming area for the enjoyment of the Avara members.
The island can also accommodate as many as 100 guests at their main dining area and at the grill restaurant. But guests will have more dining options since Avara includes a poolside bar, a seaside bar and lounge, picnic areas, and private dining venues. At any given time, Avara will host up to 300 members to ensure quality service. 
As a promised paradise for those who love the beach, Avara offers a myriad of water action such as:
  • diving
  • snorkeling
  • kayaking
  • jet-skiing
  • banana boat rides
  • stand-up paddle board,
  • wind surfing
  • scuba diving
  • island hopping, and fishing in coordination with neighbor islands. 
The resort also provides options for on land activities like trekking, biking, and vegetable picking.
There are also a lot of activities that Avara members can enjoy outside its vicinity. After all, Taytay, Palawan boasts of picturesque sites like the Canique Waterfalls, the Lake Manguao, the Irrawaddy Dolphins in Malampaya Sound, the Fuerza de Santa Isabel, and the Church of Santa Monica. Taytay is also hope to a paradise-like hidden valley that gives tourists a bird’s eye view of the pristine, idyllic coastal areas of the municipality. Be a member and open your own business too!
3 - Airdance opens the Avara launch
The plan for the exclusive resort was formally unveiled at the Grand Hyatt Manila led by its President and CEO  Ms. Veronica C. Young. 
“After many months of sailing and voyaging aboard bangkas and riding waves, we found the perfect island in Taytay, Palawan to be the home of our pioneering project. It is with a great pleasure to present to you tonight, Avara Nature and Yacht Club - the first of its kind in the Philippines, bridging the middle class to the lifestyle of the rich and famous. As Seaside Premier Development Corporation’s flagship project, we aim to redefine seaside living, where nature meets luxury,” she said in her opening remarks.
4 - Filipina harpist Avonlea Paraiso

An Airdance group and Filipina harpist Avonlea Paraiso wow the Avara guests with their performances.

To ensure nothing but the best of services and facilities at Avara, Seaside Premier Development
Corporation tapped some of the industry’s most respected personalities for the resort.
Its board of advisors include those below:

6 - Avara executives and board of advisors
  • National Coast Watch Center Executive Director Rear Admiral Joel S. Garcia for Coastal and Marine Management
  • Philippine Army’s 7CMO Battalion Commanding Officer Col. Eugene Osias for Security Affairs
  • Cebu Port Authority Commissioner for the Shipping Sector Ms. Regina Barleta for Port Management and Shipping
  • Incoming Manila Board of Realtors, Inc. President Ma. Teresa R. Bigornia for Marketing Motivational speaker John Anthony Calub for Sales
  • The Manor’s Le Chef Executive Chef William “Billy” King for Culinary Arts

“We thank these distinguished personalities for believing in our idea. We can’t wait to show you
the beauty of Avara,” Ms. Young said.

Avara Nature and Yacht Club will formally open its shores in the summer of 2020.
For more details on how to be a member you can visit the sites below to learn more:

Avara Nature and Yacht Club

About Avara Nature and Yacht Club
Avara Nature and Yacht Club redefines seaside lifestyle by combining beach living and seafaring. It is the first harbor-front town in Palawan as launched by the Seaside Premier Development Corporation. It offers access to a world-class resort with customized yachts.

About Seaside Premier Development Corporation
Luxury seaside community developer Seaside Premier Development Corporation was established in 2018. It kickstarted its year by launching its flagship project, the Avara Nature & Yacht Club in Taytay, Palawan. It plans to develop harbor-front townships in the different seaside areas in the Philippines to bring the best beaches and coastal living to every Filipino’s

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