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For P40,000, you can enjoy this all-inclusive summer camp at Balesin Island

Make the most of the summer break with a week of fun, bonding, and relaxation at the vacation playground of the country’s well-heeled crowd—Balesin Island. If you are into soccer, basketball, tennis, or swimming, you can learn the best techniques from world-class coaches at the Balesin Summer Sports Camps.

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Managed by renowned coaches—Azkals head coach Scott Cooper for soccer, PBA legend Vince Hizon for basketball, International Professional Tennis registry coach Marty Ilagan for tennis, and Bert Lozada Swimming School coach Angelo Lozada for swimming—the Sports Camps will help hone your form and techniques, and more importantly, incorporate character-forming lessons so you’ll learn what it takes to be a champion both in sports and in life. Coach Hizon says, “I believe this is a great chance for kids to focus on improving every facet of their game while taking advantage of accessing Balesin’s world-class sports amenities, first-class cuisine, and the breathtaking atmosphere that they offer.”

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If your family sign up for a five-day/four-night all-inclusive package, you can enjoy the unique private island with its seven villages (patterned after the most alluring destinations around the world), and extensive array of amenities. Complimentary activities include archery, wall climbing, kayaking, paddleboarding, beach volleyball, and use of the gym, swimming pools, ad basketball, tennis, and badminton courts.

At P40,000+ per person, the sports camps package offers great value for your money with round-trip airfare included on top of the villa accommodation, daily breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and the various complimentary activities for a family of two to four persons—plus, a family of four gets an extra P10,000 off the total rate!

The Balesin Summer Sports Camps will run from April 13 until June 26. Early-bird registrants get 10 percent off until Saturday, Feb. 29.

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Source: Manila Bulletin

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