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5 Coolest Things to Do in Masasa Beach:
|The sunrise at the peak of Mt. Mag-Asawang Bato|
TREKKING IN MASASA
|The best time to climb Mt. Mag-Asawang Bato is during early in the morning. The whole view of the beach is just surreal.|
SNORKELING and SCUBA DIVING IN MASASA
|The most awesome sea creature!|
|Corals and other aquatic life|
ISLAND HOPPING IN MASASA
BEACH BUMMING IN MASASA
|Just relax and enjoy the moment|
|The crystal clear water of Masasa Beach|
SWIMMING IN MASASA
|My friends,enjoying the sun-filled afternoon|
|The mesmerizing shore of Masasa|
HOW TO GET TO MASASA BEACH:
- Take a bus going to Batangas City. Find a signboard “Calabarzon” for a faster travel time.
- Alight at Batangas Grand Terminal
- There are buses bound for Batangas City in Cubao, LRT- Buendia and Alabang
- Fare: From Cubao -Php 165; from Buendia- Php 157; from Alabang- Php 127
- From Batangas Grand Terminal take the jeepney going to Anilao Port. Fare is Php 40
- From Anilao port take the passenger boat going to Tingloy port. Php 80 to 100 for a one way trip.
- When you reach Tingloy port, hire a tricycle going to Masasa Beach. Fare is around Php 60 to 100.
- There are public boats that go directly to Masasa Beach. Fare is Php100. This is the cheapest and fastest way to go to the beach since you don’t need to rent a tricycle.
WHERE TO STAY IN MASASA:
Overnight camping is no longer allowed in the beach. You can still pitch your tent during day time but you must leave at around 7pm. Homestay and Transient houses are the most popular choice.
Contact details for transient:
Mark- 0997 996 2627
D’ Mariners- 0927 972 2679
About the Author:
Edss Tolentino works as a Visual Merchandiser in a retail brand. He is an aspiring travel writer; an adventure junkie and a seeker of the unknown. His goal is to explre the 7,641 islands of the Philippines and share it’s beauty to the world.