Bahay Kalipay Raw Food & Yoga Retreat House

Bahay Kalipay Raw Food & Yoga Retreat House

Bay Vista Rd., Purok Pagkakaisa Barangay Sta. Monica, Puerto Princesa, Palawan Island 5300 Philippines
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In the Philippines, Bahay means house, as Kalipay is the Filipino word for happiness. We have long dreamed of this, a happy house of people living in the spontaneous moment, in authentic togetherness, trust-filled in the presence of what is sacred and simple in the nature that surrounds us. As a self-sustainable community of spiritual seekers, artists, healers, teachers, and explorers of a raw food lifestyle from around the world, we share the vision of living in harmony with each other, the community, and Nature by making conscious choices towards the evolution of body, mind and spirit that honors the various levels of preparedness of the individual. This simple, unassuming center has influenced the world in simple yet powerful ways. Our intention is to support your path even after you leave Bahay Kalipay. We encourage those who wish to undergo personal transformation through a range of modalities, including Inner Dance, and its deep connection to raw food, gardening, yoga, meditation and earth consciousness to stay with us for support on their inner work. Guests can also join Bahay Kalipay as stay-in practitioners who would like the freedom to take part of and contribute to the programs according to their own flow. While our doors are always open to returning family members, we honor your journey by providing you with tools to use when you reintegrate back to your own homes. It is difficult to speak of the living memory of the thousands of visitors and residents whom have blessed the space with their love and their light. The tremendous transformation processes that have happened here are forever cast on the foundations of this place we lovingly call the Temple of Trust. We are honored by every singly presence that have graced these humble hallways of healing. We are deeply grateful.
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Fernbizz wrote a review Feb 2020
New York, New York, United States
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I can't express how lucky I feel to have found this place. This is where I was first introduced to Kundalini yoga which has been a life changing practice for me. The accommodations are humble but clean and simple, in a very remote and beautiful location where you can truly relax and detox. I would highly recommend this place especially for the price point.
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Date of stay: March 2019
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Chi P wrote a review Mar 2024
5.0 of 5 bubbles
My friend and I booked the Nature retreat at Kiao Beach and we were welcomed with utmost hospitality from everyone in the team. Daniw, the owner, picked us up from the airport for our first night at the city centre’s location. This is an elegant vila with huge apartments for guests (they are no longer at the original rustic location). To help us make the most of the pre-retreat time, Daniw arranged yoga in the morning and a green smoothie demonstration with green leaves from the garden. We also had powerful massages from two local healers.

The Nature retreat location is by a private beach with clean, elegant accommodation. The food was abundant and delicious - not all raw as they also introduced some local vegetarian cuisines. Nick, our yoga teacher went out of the way to help with little things to make our stay more comfortable. The activities were gentle, I particularly liked foraging and cooking by the stream. Each retreat only has a few attendants so we received very personalised service with Daniw also arranging the extra exploration we wished to do after the retreat.

It’s rare for me to want to come back to the same place but our time there felt like being at a friend’s so I am thinking of coming back for the detox retreat at some point. Their raw vegan food is outstanding and Daniw is such a knowledgable person when it comes to nutrition.
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Date of stay: March 2024Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: The sand fleas leave bites that itch for days
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tremblaymike wrote a review Mar 2015
Seattle, Washington
5.0 of 5 bubbles
This place is amazing.

• Setting? - Island life. Short fun walk to the beach. Good sized compound full of cool-designed areas to explore. Overall the most calming, balanced, peaceful & supportive place one can find.

• Raw vegan food? - Yup. (I'm a normal meat-eater in regular life) You won't even notice it. It's that good.

• Practice? - Yoga, meditation class, morning sunrise on the beach, massages, even new experiences (oil pulling?). You get exposed to everything in a really non-preachy & non-judgmental way and you can choose along the way what to try and works best for you. Overall balances mind and body and leaves you full in a way you can't find in big city life.

• Attention to detail? - Absolutely. Everything in Bahay Kalipay is set up with intention to provide the optimal surroundings to create the best & clearest experience. Once you get there and experience it for yourself you'll know what I mean.

• Life-altering activities & workshops? - Yes. But in a PRACTICAL way. Every teacher/guide here has retained their ability to still talk like normal human beings. (Which is really rare in the yoga/new-age world apparently). They patiently answer questions and make it extremely relate-able to real-life. They talk with you (not at you) and they make the whole process engaging and fun. Ex: These were the first meditation workshops ever that I could stay fully awake and engaged for. BK has set up a modernized practice of solid historic teachings creating what feels like the perfect delivery to relate to our modern life.

• Advice? - If you're considering it, GO. Just go. It's a fraction of the cost of that all-inclusive-resort/cruise alternative you're thinking of and I guarantee that five minutes into Bahay Kalipay you'll realize this choice is just better for your soul. You'll continue to process what you've learned and continue growing for weeks or months after you've left. They've got a special group there and it's a special time. Go now before it gets so big/popular that it changes.

Seriously, I'm a normal guy. Not even into "this kind of thing." It's amazing. Go check it out and open yourself up to new experiences and realize how connected eating, living, intention, body, movement, health, happiness and mental states/rhythms all really are when you pay attention.

Oh, and make sure you check out the Inner Dance stuff as well. That part is really cool.
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Date of stay: February 2015
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled solo
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Albie-One wrote a review Jan 2020
Brisbane, Australia
1.0 of 5 bubbles
We were excited to attend the yoga retreat program at Bahay Kalipay and it was a massive disappointment. Forget the photos on their website, the place is rundown and totally unappealing. I don't mind "rustic" but it's not rustic, it's dilapidated. Yet they still charge a top price to attend. One of our group also got violently sick from one of their raw meals. Don't waste your time and money with Bahay Kalipay - you can find much nicer and better yoga retreat places elsewhere.
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Date of stay: January 2020
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Sinead F wrote a review Mar 2015
Dublin, Ireland
2.0 of 5 bubbles
I am sorry to say I was quite disappointed in Bahay Kalipay. I stayed in January 2015 for five days. It was my first retreat and I didn't really know what to expect, but I felt I went with an open mind and was excited to embrace the experience. I have a demanding job and am quite career orientated, am not religious or spiritual really and I am not a vegetarian. I booked my stay at BK based on the incredible TripAdvisor reviews I had read, particularly those from people who sounded similar to myself so I feel like I should document my experience so others know what to expect.

I was under no illusion about the lack of luxury - I had no problem with the facilities and I really enjoyed the raw vegan food. I was never hungry and actually think I gained weight from the sheer volume of food we could eat! I was disappointed, however, that there is no real teaching or instruction on the benefits of eating raw vegan food - anything I learned about food was information gleaned from other guests or volunteers or from one of the movies we watched. Like I didn't expect lectures on the food but I think it would be nice if someone explained what we were eating and why it was nutritious.

I also was a complete novice at yoga. I found the instructor was helpful and accommodating, and his classes were excellent. However in the five days I was there he only instructed twice, and the other days guests/volunteers ran the classes. This made the yoga very disjointed and the standard of class was very variable.

From the reviews I read online prior to going to BK, I was really excited to experience this wholesome, holistic, energetic welcoming and happy community. This is something I did not experience at all really. I think a lot of the earlier reviews mentioned the owners a lot. In five days I never met them and began to question if they even existed because it seemed like only the staff and longterm volunteers had met them. Anyway I certainly didn't get a happy bubbly vibe from the place, and after a few days I began to resent it a bit. I felt the entire set-up was very disorganised - I don't think anyone knew I was coming or how many days I was staying. I had to ask someone to show me around. I had breakfast on arrival and then found there was nothing to do that day. At all. It was all free time. And this was the same really for most days I was there - the exception being daily morning yoga, a few meditation classes and 'art therapy' for an hour or two some days. This would be fine if the surroundings were very beautiful or peaceful, but really the surrounding area was quite noisy and polluted and the beach was quite a long walk away and wasn't particularly scenic (apart from the sunrise which was really stunning).

I met some nice people there, but ultimately felt I antagonised the group a bit. I have quite a scientific brain and felt it frustrating that we were doing things like 'oil pulling' (ie. swirling coconut oil around our mouths in the morning to 'remove toxins') and nobody could give me any inclination how this worked. And people seemed to blindly accept anything that was written on a sign on the wall without question like not drinking water with meals as it supposedly hinders digestion. I felt peer pressure to conform to these rituals. I thought facts and evidence for the way of life advocated in the retreat should be more apparent and readily available, but I think I was probably in a minority because everyone else seemed happy to go along with it.

The thing that really makes me reflect very negatively on BK was the last day when we went to visit the beach near Maya Village. Although we were warned the ocean had a strong current, we all went swimming anyway. I would seriously advise anyone who does go to BK to not get into that water. I was swept into a rip current and dragged at least 200m from the group, and 300m from the shore. Despite signalling and shouting nobody from the group of 6 or 7 in the water realised I was in trouble and I cannot explain how frightening it is to be dragged further and further from the shore knowing nobody was coming to help. I was exceptionally lucky that I knew in theory how to exit the current, and managed to get almost to the shore when someone came to help. That day two others also had serious difficulties in the water and a local man told us later he had seen 12 people drown there. I consider myself extremely fortunate not to have drowned and it was a very near-miss. I think that as an official BK daytrip they should be extremely cautious about encouraging swimming and I just felt it was typical of the inconsequential attitude of the place to not consider these clear dangers. The really enraging factor for me was overhearing someone explain how I had almost drowned and the manager of BK, who chuckled and said 'Ohmygod cool'. (That's what he said about most things but still, not an appropriate response).

In summary, reading the other reviews it seems some people have an absolutely amazing experience, which I am quite jealous of. But maybe it's just not my cup of tea. I wouldn't describe it as a retreat to be honest - I would say it is a two or three star all-inclusive raw vegan hotel that has some optional activities like yoga available. I think the owners should take the series of negative reviews recently as a serious indication they may need to re-evaluate and perhaps take a more active role in the running of BK. I wouldn't go back, I probably won't try another retreat for a long time, if ever. If you do go, don't swim!
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Date of stay: January 2015
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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Trip type: Travelled solo
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859jas3 wrote a review Feb 2015
Bangkok, Thailand
1.0 of 5 bubbles
I hated Bahay Kalipay! The worst mistake I've ever made! Awful, uncomfortable accomodation -- claustrophobic, alienating, no privacy -- I felt like I was in a prison camp. Raw food was bland and terrible and the yoga classes were mediocre at best. Even worse, the people there were arrogant and rude and talked behind my back. There was one day when we were supposed to just do nothing (gee! I could have stayed home for that!). I have never been so bored in my life! I got absolutely no value out of this retreat at all and felt even worse when I left. I ended up leaving early because I couldn't stand the place or the people. This wretched experience totally ruined my vacation in the Philippines! AVOID BAHAY KALIPAY! IT IS A COMPLETE RIP-OFF AND A WASTE OF TIME!
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Date of stay: January 2015
1.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
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Trip type: Travelled solo
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Lilke2014 wrote a review Aug 2014
Copenhagen, Denmark
1.0 of 5 bubbles
This is a terrible place that doesn't give you what you pay for and treat you poorly when you point this out.
I was in good shape and health when I arrived( I'm a raw vegan, I do plenty of yoga and live a healthy and positive life), but after a week at the Bahay Kalipay I felt terrible: I now had poor looking skin, had lost a lot of muscle mass, felt extremely weak and I felt unhealthier then ever before (the food was poor and there was far from enough and there was only one session of yoga per day(beginners level) for instance).
I was supposed to stay there longer since the website convinced me this was a nice place, but because I didn't receive what I had bought at all and felt mistreated I wanted to leave. When I pointed out the things that I had not received, I got an angry email from the owner and a ridiculous small refund not at all covering what a week had costed. I didn't get anything back for the week that I had spent there without receiving what I had payed for - not even an apology.
If you have eaten at McDonald's your whole life then maybe this place can do something for you - at least you're far from one.
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Date of stay: July 2014
2.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
3.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled solo
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libbygirl40 wrote a review Jan 2019
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Bahay Kilipay is a budget run yoga retreat that is run on a shoestring. If you want to get back to basics, it may be for you. I personally found it a con. On arrival, I was extolled the virtues of using no toilet paper - yes you read this correctly. Unless you bring your own loo paper, you are told to clean yourself with your hand and a shower head (the one in my bathroom unfortunately did not extend as far as the toilet bowl). I was then told about the amazing energy radiating from the place - it’s built on a former dump site, so maybe it was the energy of decaying refrigerators - I certainly didnt feel it. The first day was the staffs day off. We were told that this was to be a silent day ie no talking or communications. Additionally it would be a coconut fasting day - yet another money saver for this frugal money spinner! On the other days you can book treatments, which are not included in the price but are the same cost as 5 star hotels (and other than the aenema, no different). On Fridays there is another enforced day, this time to another retreat, because maintenance is being done on site. This place is noisy and an an electrical nightmare - sparks were flying from the so kets every time I plugged in an appliance. Food portions were tiny and mosquitos are abundant. If you were looking for a modest retreat with a little comfort - steer well clear. If you’re totally desperate for salvation- steer clear!
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Date of stay: January 2019Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Ri920 wrote a review Aug 2016
2.0 of 5 bubbles
I requested a travel agent to arrange this retreat. I had a positive experience with Brahma Kumaris, Tagaytay. The Brahma Kumaris name attached to Bahay Kalipay, Palawan was an assurance of the values of universal kindness and peace. It was disappointing...

When I arrived around 3:00 p.m., I requested to see the "private room with bath" that was an upgrade to semi-open ones. The upgrade room had open bamboo slats floor (see pic). Knowing that Palawan, as any tropical island, has lots of mosquitoes that might cause illness like malaria, I wanted to back out and told the welcome staff.

Vanessa and Iris, friendly staff, assured me that I will like it. This retreat was also meant to grow as an individual, so I practiced courage by staying.

The bathroom with dirty door that won't close; floor plumbing that did not have a cover, so insects/pests can come through; sink with no plumbing, so water goes straight to ground below where mosquitoes breed - these illustrate that I should have listened to my instinct. These are maintenance concerns that could be easily fixed with revenue. Bahay Kalipay is a business with a gift shop and tax permit.

Rustic living in nature is wonderful. One's safety and well-being are also important.

I commend other guests, from other countries, who went to Bahay Kalipay, intending to have a win-win situation for themselves and the local staff who are given employment and enjoy their company.

I spent an uncomfortable night in the stuffy bedroom (even with small fan and open door), so I decided to leave the next day. I did not avail of the detox/massage/services as well as left the supplements/welcome basket. I requested a refund. Kim, in-house manager was open to my request. The owner said no due to their policy.

Small and even big organizations like Amazon and United Airlines have done something to maintain an excellent relationship with customers. In fact, they call it "goodwill" refund. It does not follow the policy, which can be adaptable, given individual cases. I was disappointed, given that the package was a big amount of my savings. Bahay Kalipay web site lists the price of their day services like massages to give readers an idea how its prices could be higher than exclusive around Phil.

I have transferred to another hotel. I am grateful that Bahay Kalipay allowed me the opportunity to practice patience.

Life is about choices. I'll leave it to the owner to practice generosity about my refund that I'm waiting for. Readers can decide if Bahay Kalipay will be a match to what they wish to experience. Thank you and safe travels!
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Date of stay: August 2016
2.0 of 5 bubblesValue
1.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled solo
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Responded 30 Aug 2016
Dearest Ceferina, We thank you for your honest feedback and understand deeply as possible where people may be coming from. On our part, we ask basic fairness prior to judging a dynamic space like Bahay Kalipay after only staying with us for 1 day. There were so many other aspects of your stay (hence we call it a Deep Nature Cleanse Retreat) that we were looking forward to having you experience - our specialized detox program, our signature massage, detox kit, our yoga teachers, delicious raw food menu, programs and so much more. Upon registration via your travel agents, we have carefully sent them documents (for your reading) prior to your stay, ranging from information on the retreat, general information on Bahay Kalipay and lastly a comprehensive "Know Before You Go" guide. Every piece of information including information on our rooms, which is set in a minimalist environment, are in those documents. If you failed to read these, we hope you understand that we work very hard to ensure the right people arrive at the right place. Despite that this was not part of the original terms, we generously offered the inclusion of the retreat package to still be delivered to you at our expense wherever you choose to stay comfortably in Puerto Prinsesa in addition to the refund on the accommodations cost, showing our support to your primary intention to come, were you serious to undergo your cleanse. We are saddened that other Puerto venues may not have agreed to your standards. Given all these factors, our community feels we do not warrant libelous language that do not paint a fairer and integrative picture, considering how much we have continuously offered to serve your highest standards. Bahay Kalipay is unlike any other destination in Puerto Princesa and we agree that it is certainly not for everyone - which is why we send a lot of information beforehand to allow guests to anticipate what their stay would be like and what they would expect to enjoy or even be open to exploring. Based on our research and one decade of experience, we are one of the most affordable detox and yoga retreats in this region. Our retreats have always been grounded on the principles of back to basics which is what most of our guests from around the world actively seek. We are sorry you were looking for something more elegant, which we feel isn't always the best nature detox. The simplicity of the setting and our minimalist environment is precisely what allows us to put more value into other key aspects of a guest's stay. For example, our specialized programs, qualified yoga teachers, in-house raw food, detox kits and so on, all of which are quite comprehensive to run on any standard. Having said all that, you can see from majority of our reviews here how many were transformed by our humble space and detox offerings. Some were very new to this way of living and being while others were not but they left the space changed persons. We let the words of these positive reviews speak for itself. On your registration for this retreat, you were also made aware of our refund policies which were stated clearly on our website and in the payment details that you received. A lot has been prepared with love and care before every guest comes to stay with us, among the many things - preparing the detox kits and supplements, purchasing food (we buy them fresh), planning weekly raw food menus, and scheduling and confirming with the teachers and therapists. We trust that we have explained our policies clearly from the start of your registration to right before you left. So much care and value has been put into your stay before you arrived and this includes paying our local staff for their efforts. You may compare us to another 5 star hotel but do know that we are not this, nor do we have the same ideals. Every establishment has it's own set of rules and policies to follow. We thank the many guests who understood this and see just exactly how much work it takes to run this social enterprise. Best wishes, Daniw, Bahay Kalipay Retreat Centre
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Give_Me_Latitude wrote a review Feb 2015
Brisbane, Australia
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Where do I start with this place? It is so bad in so many areas. My husband and I have done many retreats and having read their website knew that facilities and accommodation would be basic. We had booked for 7 days but left after 4 it was so awful.
Their website in a bunch of lies, they are not in an old coconut plantation kind of like a commune with artists etc. the actual retreat is a compound about 50 m x 200 m, the walk to the beach is along a dirt road quite a long way away and that shower you can have is at another resort and you don't feel right using it.
That's the good part.
The retreat is a total scam, the yoga classes are run by interns who are paying to be there, so maybe you get a good teacher or maybe not, in our case defiantly not.
Some rooms are over the shower and toilets facilities, just lovely 1st thing in the morning. The food was shockingly bad, I know vegan raw food can be fantastic but not here. We got grated carrot with grated turnip most meals, plain fruit for breakfast, not a bit if protein in sight. When we did get something a bit more interesting, 3 times only, there was so little served many guests missed out.
There is no spirituality here the owners are just in it for the cash.
I could go on for pages listing the major shortcomings of this place but instead I'll just say, DO YOURSELF A FAVOUR AND DO NOT STAY HERE.
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Date of stay: January 2015Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Dimple Ananda asked a question Jan 2019
London, United Kingdom136 contributions59 helpful votes
Hi, am I able to just spend the day at Bahay Kalipay. Do you offer and day packages? Thank you
Dimple Ananda asked a question Jan 2019
London, United Kingdom136 contributions59 helpful votes
Hi, am I able to just spend the day at Bahay Kalipay. Do you offer and day packages? Thank you
Answer from Daniw A
Puerto Princesa, Philippines
Ouch! Sorry for this late reply. Yes you come just for Yoga. We hope you could still visit.
malaya m asked a question Nov 2014
Laguna Province, Philippines
Hi,how to register Bahay Kalipay
Chi P wrote a tip Mar 2024
136 contributions24 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"The sand fleas leave bites that itch for days"
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Friedrich Frei wrote a tip Aug 2023
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
"book some extra activities like workshops or yoga"
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Carlividal wrote a tip Sept 2018
Barcelona, Spain132 contributions13 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"I recommend a private room, the room I was in was noisy whenever people walked as it was high up."
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ClemenceFontaine wrote a tip Apr 2018
Paris, France1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Go for the dorm for the real experience !! And they're actually bigger than solo room."
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Anne R wrote a tip Feb 2018
Rotorua, New Zealand43 contributions21 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Take an eye mask if light bothers you- Security lights on all night. Maybe take ear plugs too as many different night sounds."
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Frequently Asked Questions about Bahay Kalipay Raw Food & Yoga Retreat House
Which popular attractions are close to Bahay Kalipay Raw Food & Yoga Retreat House?
Nearby attractions include Cowrie Island (5.0 km), Baker's Hill (1.3 km), and Honda Bay (3.5 km).
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Some of the more popular amenities offered include airport transportation, breakfast buffet, and a business centre.
What food & drink options are available at Bahay Kalipay Raw Food & Yoga Retreat House?
Guests can enjoy a free welcome drink and an outdoor dining area during their stay.
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Yes, a parking garage and secured parking are available to guests.
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Conveniently located restaurants include Gunita Restaurant, Ka Inato, and 100% Cafe Moto.
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Yes, guests have access to yoga classes during their stay.
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The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Filipino.
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