Discover the best top things to do in Bataan Province, Philippines including Lusong Beach, Mattel Beach, Sisiman Beach, Playa La Caleta Bataan, All Hands Beach, Agwawan Beach, Dungaree Beach, Looc Beach, Amara Beach Resort.
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4.0 based on 20 reviews
This beach is rocky and some cottages are available unlike before. Good bonding for family and friend and to take some picture with San Miguel Mountain (big rock) and to take photos while watching the sunset.
4.0 based on 51 reviews
Playa La Caleta (which means “Beach Cove”) or PLC for short, is an eco-tourism resort with a 100-hectare cove. Located in the municipality of Morong in the province of Bataan, it has a 1-kilometer white sand beach at the front, lush mountain jungle/forest in the middle and 3 waterfalls at the back. On the left side of the cove is also a 1-hectare islet, called Miguelito Island.
Playa La Caleta is a 60-hectare island located in Morong Bataan, 50-foot waterfall located at the back side of the island reachable in 2-3 hour hike, along with this island is an islet called Miguelito Island. Another popular destination nearby is Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar in Bagac, this will be a superb combination itinerary. So if you're planning a trip to Las Casas why not include Playa La Caleta (PLC) to your list? It'll only take 20 mins from Las Casas to PLC. The proximity and accessibility to Manila makes a perfect weekend getaway plus lesser tourist influx. I was even surprised why these places stay unknown to tourists. Facilities and services available: - PLC has 8 cottages available for their guests , each cottage can fit 6 people (non AC type) - 5 Gazeebo huts that can fit 4 people (non AC type) - Rental store available (camping tents, water sports) - Common restrooms and showers. - Masseus - Tour Guide - 24/7 assistance from their staff (they're very accommodating) How to get to PLC and Miguelito Island? - From Cubao, ride a Bataan Transit or Genesis Bus going to Balanga, Bataan, fare is ₱200 - From Balanga, ride a jeepney to Bagac Public Market, fare is ₱47 - From Bagac Public Market, ride a tricycle going to the port where boats are docked that transport to Playa La Caleta, standard fare is ₱1,800 good for 10pax Expenses: - ₱200 bus going to Balanga, per head. - ₱47 from Balanga to Bagac Public Market, per head. - We bought ₱1,000 worth of supplies that lasted overnight (divided into 4 pax), ₱250 per person - ₱50 tricycle going to port, ₱10 per person (divided into 4 pax) - ₱1,800 for boat ride, round trip, ₱450 per head (divided into 4 pax) - Cottage, ₱2,000 divided into 4 pax, 500 each person - Entrance Fee: ₱100 (Day tour) ₱200 (Overnight) Going Back to Manila - ₱50 tricycle going to Jeepney station, ₱10 per person (divided into 4 pax) - ₱35 Jeepney to bus terminal - ₱200 bus going back to Manila
3.5 based on 133 reviews
Our family definitely enjoyed our overnight stay in this beautiful place. We are all residents of olongapo and this is our second time to be here after many years. We love the development, the cleanliness and the politeness of all staff and crew..The assistance from the reception all the way to our checkin and check out were truly memorable and will for sure be back again on the next occasion.
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