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Random Clicks: Munting Buhangin Beach Camp, Nasugbu, Batangas Revisited

My photo taken by my travel buddy. I am not wearing an appropriate beach attire, again.

It was five years ago when I first visited Munting Buhangin Beach Camp in Nasugbu, Batangas together with my two friends. It was a random trip borne out of boredom. Yesterday, my travel buddy and I only planned to have lunch in Tagaytay City but we ended up driving to Batangas. We initially thought of going to a resort we haven't visited yet, in fact, we inquired at Canyon Cove--but we ended up in Munting Buhangin again...


The white sand beach that is overlooked by a neighbor members only resort--Terrazas De Punta Fuego.

Me waiting for the sun to set  in one of the tents.
I noticed they added more tents to accommodate day tour guests. They were also painting and repairing cottages as one of the preparations for the summer vacation.


The same nipa cottages that are lined up on the beach are still there.
The entrance fee for day tour is Php180 but if you want to have a meal included, you will have to pay Php350. They have a different rate during holidays. They have a restaurant beside the information area where you can have quick snacks in case you went on a trip without foods (like us).



It was a Monday so there were only around five guests who alternate go on swimming, kayaking and riding a banana boat. It made me wish my day off would be every Monday. Haha!


The same gorgeous sunset......

It is a family friendly beach resort. They also have air conditioned villas if you will spend a night or two there. The cost per day is around Php8,000 for 10 to 15 persons. They also have a function room for 30 to 40 persons and obstacle course if you want to have a team building seminar. Aside from kayak and banana boat ride, the resort also has other sports and recreational facilities for volleyball, table tennis, dart, basketball. You can also rent a boat for Php1,500 (good for 10 persons) for an island hopping adventure and snorkeling.

My travel buddy. I took this photo.

If you want to more about Munting Buhangin Beach Camp, click here.

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