Punta Fuego captures our getaway off the coast of Nasugbu, Batangas Philippines. Indeed a perfect quick escape from Metro Manila's hustle and bustle.
Layag Layag is an isolated virgin island, there's no electricity, comfort room, hotels, houses, water to shower with etc. So, you definitely need basic survival equips, and basic knowledge about survival skills. It's quite fun actually.
How to get there?
Option 1: From Buendia, take a bus bound to Nasugbu, Batangas. Then ride a tricycle going to Barangay Papaya. If you're coming from Manila you'll reach Nasugbu Town Proper in 3 hours or 4 hours depending on the traffic. Lastly you need to take a boat going to the island, the fare is 200 Php per person.
Option 2: But if you have a pri ...
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Hamilo Coast is a place of many stories ??" brimming from its vast, pristine coastline that opens up to rich marine life and abundant flora and fauna. The stories also traverse from all of the beach resort town's 13 coves that reach out to the West Philippine Sea: each one as breathtaking as the other.
As much as it is a showcase of nature's beauty, Hamilo Coast also presents structures carefully master-planned to seamlessly fuse with its natural topography and features. Perched atop Hamilo Coast's maiden community, Pico de Loro Cove, the St. Therese of the Child Jesus Chapel is a sight to ...
Layag-Layag Beach is located in Brgy. Papaya in Nasugbu, Batangas. It is a new tourist destination for beach goers because of its proximity to Manila. In fact, it's few hours' drive away from Manila, and half an hour boat ride from Brgy.
Layag Layag Beach is in Nasugbu Batangas. It's jumpoff is in Brgy. Papaya in Nasugbu, Batangas.
1:00PM Van from Alabang to Nasugbu (170.00)
4:00Arrived at Nasugbu
4:30AM - Trike to Brgy. Papaya (60.00) per head
5:15AM - Brgy Papaya Arrival (20.00 entrance fee)
5:20 AM - Boat to Layag Layag (200.00/head Balikan) contact Glen caparas or lhanie-09267440955
5:40 AM - Arrival at LAyag Layag Beach
Note: 1. With signal on the area 2. No accomodation 3. With CR and Sari Sari store
3. Cliff Diving
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