Feel the tropical vibes at Batis Aramin amidst the picturesque Mount Banahaw backdrop.
Looking for a summer destination that is perfect for families and friends? Don’t look any further. Plan your summer holiday at Batis Aramin just a stone’s throw away from Kamay ni Hesus Healing Church and Via Dolorosa Grotto in Lucban, Quezon.
Batis Aramin is a nature park for families, friends, and companies looking for a place for their relaxation, swimming, and other leisure and team-building activities. It is a vast resort with beautiful and picturesque backgrounds that you will surely love. Not to mention Mount Banahaw as its main milieu.
With the ongoing pandemic, the establishment has complied with the Safety & Health Protocol-Guidelines of the DOT, DTI, and local IATF that ensure the safety of their tourists and the host community as well.
As part of health protocols, they require the signing of a health declaration form upon check-in, body temperature check upon entering, contactless “Mabuhay Gesture,” installation of barriers and markers in check-in counters promoting physical distancing, and availability of holding area for guests showing symptoms.
Moreover, all rooms are cleaned and sanitized with disinfectant and sanitizing spray. Beds are at least one meter apart. There is also thorough sanitation of frequently touched surfaces, limited seating capacity per table, and availability of emergency hotline numbers.
Since last year, Batis Aramin has been granted the Certificate of Authority to Operate by the Department of Tourism.
The resort has an ongoing promo for all Quezonians and Lucbanin. They get a 20% discount on entrance fees and 10% on room accommodation until April 30, 2021. Just present any ID as proof of residency and Health Certificate.
Experience Lucban, Quezon—the summer and art capital of Quezon this summer. For more information, visit https://www.facebook.com/batisaramin
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(By Ruby Asoy-Lebajo)