Two Seasons Coron Sign MOA with Tagbanua IPs
Pursuant to the Indigenous People’s Rights Act (IPRA) the Free Prior and Informed Consent (FPIC) of Indigenous Cultural Communities (ICCs) or Indigenous People (IP) must be obtained by any project proponent for the use of their ancestral domain or a portion thereof.
Two Seasons Resorts constructed a 6.2 hectare resort and spa on the tip of Sitio Malaroyroy, Barangay Bulalacao, Coron, Palawan. Bulalacao Island forms part of the Calamian group of islands located near Busuanga. The island forms part of the Tagbanua Ancestral Domain.
Judy 12-15, 2012 marked the final negotiation stage and MOA signing between Two Seasons and the Magbanua.
Two Seasons Island Resort and Spa is located at a tropical peninsula. It is an eco-friendly luxury island resort that is also a marine sanctuary.