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Jolliville opens P350-m water park in Mindoro

Jolliville Holdings Corp., through subsidiary Jolliville Leisure and Resort Corp., opened on May 17, 2019 a P350-million water park in Calapan City, Oriental Mindoro.

JOH chairman Jolly Ting said Jolly Waves Water Park and Resort features premium facilities complete with day-time accommodation, unique water amenities and function rooms.

Jolly Waves is located in Sapul, Calapan City, a short 15-minute ride from Calapan Port.

Ting said the project is the first water recreation facility in the area and is also considered one of the biggest in the Mindoro, Marinduque, Romblon and Palawan region.

“The theme waterpark is an integrated adventure park which features one of the biggest wave pools in the country, a treasure trove of slides, zip lines and sky bicycles. Pool playground, camp-pod accommodation, huts and cottages, a pool bar, a food park and a pavilion and events place are also available,” said Ting

The P350-million investment is designed to bring world-class resort experience to its guests from the towns of Mindoro Island and from Luzon mainland.

Oriental Mindoro is a gateway to Mimaropa region and the Visayas and is accessible from areas like Batangas, Caticlan, Iloilo and Palawan.

As the regional hub of Mimaropa, Calapan also hosts major private and government regional offices.

“The waterpark also adds to the leisure and tourist attractions and destinations of Oriental Mindoro, which boasts of its pristine beaches, caves, waterfalls and mountains,” Ting said.

JOH is a diversified conglomerate with business interests in various industries that include real estate, power generation, water distribution, management, leisure and business process outsourcing.

Topics: Jolliville Holdings Corp. , Jolliville Leisure and Resort Corp. , water park , Calapan City , Oriental Mindoro
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