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Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Discovering Burot Beach of Calatagan Batangas

Our group had an unexpected trip to this beautiful place in Calatagan, Batangas. Since our group wants a last shot outing for summer, we decided to have a beach trip. Our original plan was a weekend getaway to Laiya Batangas but as per my inquiry to several resorts there, they were all fully booked so we ended up searching for new destination in Batangas and found out about this secluded white sand beach in Calatagan, Batangas known as Burot Beach.




Burot Beach in Calatagan Batangas, formerly known as "Elizalde beach" but now a private property of SM Group of Companies is an undeveloped, unspoiled and peaceful beach. Getting there from Alabang is roughly 3 hours drive passing by Tagaytay and towns of Lian, Balayan and Calatagan Batangas.  It’s still open for public so if you’re planning to visit the place, make it soon before SM totally close the property to construct a Beach resort and Golf Course.

Before going to Burot Beach, you must first get in touch with Mang Cesar (+63915-6028907) the caretaker of this private property that can help you in renting tents and other additional queries.  It’s your choice if you want to stay for just a day tour trip which will cost you 65 pesos only while 120 pesos for an overnight stay. You can also rent a nipa hut (good for 6 to 8), table or tent ranging from 200 to 300 pesos. No need to worry if you are bringing your own vehicle because the whole place is so spacious that you can even park your car beside the nipa hut of your choice and most of all parking is free. Cottages and rooms are not available in the area so if you are planning to have an overnight stay make sure you have your tents with you otherwise you can rent some tents for 300 pesos.  Moreover, there is no electricity in Burot beach but there are available bonfire woods (250 pesos per bundle) that you can use to be your light the whole night.  Two public toilets and two showers are available in the area but with slow flowing faucet. Since Burot beach is now discovered by many, I do hope that management can add more toilet facilities for visitor’s convenience. Also be ready if some fishermen will offer you an island hopping to the nearest sand bar for 40 pesos per head. Too bad it’s already high tide when we got there but still we enjoyed the view and the clear water.

Tent pitching at Burot Beach

View from our rented nipa Hut - Burot Beach


Just a friendly reminder, there is a sari sari store in the area where you can buy some drinks and the like but it’s too pricey so better buy all your needs at Calatagan public market just after Sto. Domingo Church before heading to Burot beach. You may also bring your own food to cook, drinking water, ice box and grilling/cooking equipment to complete your beach bum experience.


Here’s the direction going to Burot Beach in 2 ways:

By private vehicle

1.       From Manila, drive all the way to SLEX (South Luzon Express Way) until you reach the expressway after Alabang junction. Straight ahead and exit to Eton Greenfield. From here you will pass by Nuvali Sta. Rosa and Tagaytay City. Drive all the way to Nasugbu, Batangas until you reach a junction then take the right turn going to Lian. Drive straight ahead.

2.       After passing the CADP (Central Azucarera Don Pedro) Sugar Refinery, take a left at the intersection (Landmarks: Shell and I-Gas Gasoline Stations). Drive ahead to reach Sto. Domingo Church then turn right. You will pass by a public market then turn left in M. Apacible Street. From here you can also ask some tricycle drivers or locals that will pass by for clear directions.  But most likely you will see rough road on your right side that leads to a cemetery and an eco center. Drive straight until you reach a gate with uniformed security guard that will count the number of visitors.

gate going to Burot Beach Calatagan Batangas

By Commute

1.       You can hunt for buses in Starmall Alabang en route Nasugbu Batangas that will pass by Calatagan. You can also found a Bus Terminal located along EDSA near MRT Taft Station (at the back of McDonald's and Sogo Hotel) bound for Calatagan. Travel time is approximately 3 to 4 hours. Don’t forget to ask the conductor to drop you off at Calatagan Market. Then, at Calatagan Market, you can hire a tricycle that will bring you to Burot beach for Php150.00 or Php60.00 per person.



Aside from boasting a cream fine sand and pristine waters, Burot Beach offers a gorgeous view of the sunset.

Burot Beach Sunset
Burot Beach Gorgeous Sunset
Burot Beach Gorgeous Sunset
  
Emo mode haha - Burot Beach Gorgeous Sunset

Burot Beach Gorgeous Sunset

Burot Beach Gorgeous Sunset

Burot Beach Gorgeous Sunset

Burot beach is a newly discovered destination few years ago and is unfamiliar to many that made the place so relaxing and not that crowded. It has creamy white sand, crystal clear water, beautiful rock formations, beautiful sunset and lot of trees which provide shades and cool wind. It’s an ideal place for relaxation and perfect way to end summery days! So, if you're planning to visit a peaceful and relaxing beach destination in Batangas, make it to Burot beach, the soonest!


 
Burot Beach White Island

Starfish in Burot Beach

Burot Beach Calatagan Batangas

Burot Beach

Undeveloped Burot Beach 

Burot Beach 

Burot Beach Calatagan Batangas


View from Sandbar near Burot Beach

Burot Beach

Picturesque cloud formation - Burot Beach

Burot Beach

Burot Beach

105 comments:

  1. thank you so much for your kindness in sharing this,

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    1. wow. Thanks to your comment. I'm not a pro in blogging but I do hope I can help some backpacker who wants to explore beautiful places in the Philippines. Thanks for dropping by, so much appreciated! =)

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  2. How's the phone signal there? I've been calling my friend so many times but he's out of coverage area. He and his batchmates just arrived there few hours ago.

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    1. Smart has a strong signal in the area, while Sun has weaker signal... =)

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  3. thanks for all this info.. I tried texting mang cesar but he hasnt replied, anyway, we wont be needing anything much since we will bring our own tent and stuff... hope thats ok. will try to make my own post about my burot getaway too :D thanks again!

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    1. thanks Mam for dropping by. Hope you enjoy your Burot beach experience =)

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  4. just contact me,,a tryk driver..pls call or txt me,,0949-7411-982..just call me kuya lanz...

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  5. Until now po ba open sa public? We're planning to go there kasi nextweek. Thankyou! :)

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    1. Yes po as of today open pa po according po kay Mang Cesar =)

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  6. Hi,

    dati pa ko inaayang friend q n magpunta jan s Burot unfortunately since la akong tymindi matuloy tuloy. baka thismonth bigla ko nlng sha ayain;).. thanks for sharing;)

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    1. Thanks for dropping by po =) Enjoy your trip

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  7. hi,

    quick question lang din po,meron bang snorkeling jan and island hopping?

    Thank u;)

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    1. actually ang inooffer ng mga bangkero is side trip sa isang sand bar pero malapit lang 5 to10 minutes na bangka lang

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  8. pls call or text,,0949-7411-982/0915-8121-330..tryk driver..salamat....

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  9. just call or text johnny hernandez tricycle driver to go to burot beach

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  10. just call or text johnny hernandez at 0999-474-9147 tricycle driver

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  11. @Besprend4Life bukas ba Burot beach sa Nov 30?

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    1. as of now open po burot beach, just call or text me johnny hernandez contct no. 0999-474-9147 tricycle driver po ako ng byaheng burot beach

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  12. hi!

    good day po!

    we're planning to go here sa burot beach, meron po bang malapit or ano po ang pinakamalapit na kapilya ng Iglesia ni Cristo dito?

    thank you

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  13. kelan nyo b balak pumunta?meron kapilya sa calatagan,,kontakin mo lng ang # n to..0949-7411-982

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  14. tanong lang po kapag po nasa burot beach na po kami paano nmn po ang way namin pabalik sa manila o starmall alabang??

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    1. Pwede po kayo magpahatid sa trike papunta sa Calatagan market tapos may mga bus na pong nadaan dun sa Highway pa Alabang or Manila. Thanks for dropping by =)

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  15. how much po rate pagpasok and may mga cottages ba? thanks! :)

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    1. 65 pesos po per head ang entrance kung Day tour at 120 naman po kung overnight stay. May mga open cottages pong available for 300 pesos. Thanks po =)

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  16. hi. grabe ang galing namn ng nag gawa nito, nakakatulong sa mga naghahanap ng mga magagandang beach,

    balak ng family namin mag out of town. dahil nabasa ko eto at maganda namn talaga, nagustuhan ng family ko.

    ask ko lng kung available pa eto? gusto naming balakin pumunta w/ family by february? sino po ang pwedeng mag assist samin. pag andun na kmi, tnx.

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    1. Hi Efren Sorry sa late reply. You can contact Mang Cesar +63915-6028907 bago kayo pumunta para ma assure yung cottage niyo. Pagpunta niyo dun sasalubungin agad kayo ng guard kasi bibilangin kung ilan kayo at pagdating sa place may sasalubong din sa inyo dun na magtatanong kung kukuha kayo ng cottage.

      By the way thank you for dropping by, salamat din at nagustuhan mo ang article ko kahit di ako masyadong bihasa sa pagblog at may mga flaws sa grammar ko hehe. Salamat ulit. really appreciate your comment =))

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  17. pra po sa kaalaman ng lahat,si mang cesar ay di ang care taker ng burot beach.trycicle driver din lng xa sa calatagan,pero d xa authorized bumyahe sa burot ksi po sa bayan lng cla dpat n byahe..pls contact,,0949-7411-982,,e2 po ang authorize n bumabyahe sa burot beach..salamat po...

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  18. Hi - First off, salamat sa pagshare neto - very informative. :)

    Tanong ko lang po, my ma rerentahan b ng tent jan? kase mejo uncomfy matulog sa open cottage if we opt to stay overnight. Thanks in advance!

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    1. Yes po marami pong tent na pwedeng rentahan dun i think 300 pesos ang isang tent na good for 2 na ata yun. Marami ring bagkero dun na mag -aalok sa inyo ng tent.

      Salamat po sa pagbisita sa aming page. =)

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  19. Kung ndi makapg txt or makapag pa reserved,halimbawa biglaan yung pagpunta,makakapasok nmn.ba kme?

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    1. Yes pwede naman po kasi pagdating sa gate bibilangin lang kayo nung Sec. guard kung ilan kayo tapos papasukin na kayo di na tinatanong kung nakapag pareserved kayo or hindi. =)

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    2. hi pwede padn ba pmnta d2?where planning to go on april 18-19 overnight... safe nmn po ba dyan?? :D legit ba yan c mang cesar ?:)hehehe

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  20. HI ser ask q lng po panu nmn ang paguwi from there po pa manila activ pa po ba ang mga number jan? salmt po

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    1. Good morning po. Yes po active pa po ang mga iyan even mga trike drivers na nagpost dito pwede po kayo paservice sa kanila. Pag pauwi naman po pwede po kayo magpahatid sa trike papunta sa Calatagan market tapos may mga bus na pong nadaan dun sa Highway pa Alabang or Manila. Thanks for dropping by =)

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  21. Open naman po yan ngayong holyweek planning to go there with friends

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    1. Yes open po siya even on holidays. Expect po madaming pupunta lalo sa holy week

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  22. Tatanong ko lang po, kung magkano pamasahe from starmall hanggang calatagan?

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    1. Hi. There are Airconditioned buses in Starmall Alabang bound for Nasugbu Batangas that will pass by Calatagan market. Fare would be from 150 to 180 pesos i think since bus fare from Pasay is 200 pesos. Thanks for dropping by. =)

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  23. Hi to all.open parn po b ito sa public until n0w?en until when?thanks po sa mgrereply :)

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    1. Hi. open pa rin po siya unti now. At sa tanong na kung hanggang kelan hindi po natin masabi depende po sa SM kung hanggang kailan nila i open sa public. Kaya hanggat di pa po nangyayari ang pag develop sa lugar, puntahan na at ienjoy Burot. Thanks po for dropping by =D

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  24. Hi, Im planning to go there with my family pero daytime lang. Now ang concern ko lang po is up to what time ung byahe ng bus sa Calatagan market en route Manila? Baka po kasi wala kami masakyan pauwi. Thanks!

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    1. Hi. First trip of bus to Calatagan from pasay terminal is 4:00 am and last trip from Calatagan is 4pm. =)

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  25. We're interested to go there, pano po yung car while on island hopping? may safe parking area po b?

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    1. Yes safe na safe po. Sa lawak po nung lugar pwede po kayo magpark malapit sa nipa hut of your choice or near sa pag tatayuan niyo ng tent. Thanks for dropping by =)

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  26. How much po ang aabutin ng gas from Baclaran to Calatagan back and forth?

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    1. Naku pasensiya na po di ko po mabibigay ang eksaktong gas na nakonsumo namin. Depende din po siguro sa sasakyan. Yung gamit po namin Urvan at hindi po kami nakaubos ng isang full tank balikan na yun Alabang to Calatagan/Calatagan to Guadalupe Makati siguro po mga kalahati or 3/4 lang. Mga 800 to 1k na gas po siguro kasi 1800+ po ang full tank nung van

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  27. hi! just want to know if open pa din siya until now? my friends and i are planning to go there sana this march.. Thanks :)

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    1. Sa pagkakaalam ko bukas pa din po siya till now. Enjoy your Burot Beach trip =D

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  28. pra s mga gustong mg punta sa burot beach..pls contact 0949-7411-982 or 0915-8121-330,,and also for a tryk ride service..salamat..

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  29. tatanung ku lang po sana kung pwede po ba ung bus sa mismong lugar ? service bus po sya .
    were planning po kasi to drop by this coming april 30 and approximately mga nsa 100 po kami lahat .
    jan namin plano mag YOUTH SUMMER TEAM BUILDING ACTIVITY , at kung may mbibilhan po ba ng souvenirs jan .

    ahm , xka may available cottages po ba o tent lang po talga ?
    salamat sa magrereply .

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    1. Hello, Vergel. Very narrow, rough road yung daanan from Calatagan town proper to the beach property itself; hindi yun kakayanin ng bus. Wala ring bilihan ng souvenirs from the place. It's a very small beach for 100 people. 2 lang ang shower na pambabae, at 2 lang rin na panlalaki. There are only 3 toilets in the vicinity. As for cottages, I remember seeing only 3-4.

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    2. You can opt to leave the bus sa Calatagan town proper and ride the trikes to the Elizalde property. You can also rent smaller vehicles (e.g., vans) para makarating sa beach.

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  31. plano nmin pmunta as April 20, 1 bus kmi do place kmi pwede dyan, type SNA nmin dyan.

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  32. ask ko lang po magkano bus fare galing pasay? tsaka lahat ng expences ng transpo as of now. thanks alot!

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    1. Bus fare from Pasay is usually 196 pesos to 200+ then trike fare from Calatagan market to Burot beach is 150 pesos per trip good for 2 to 3 then 200 pesos for 4 =)

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  33. Hi open pa din po ba tong burot beach ?? me and my friends were palnning to go there hmmm this holy week . open pa din po ba sya ?
    Thanks :)

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    1. p.s
      Im rui po

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    2. Yes po open pa din po siya.... Agahan niyo na lang po ang punta sa Holy week kasi for sure madami din po pupunta doon... Thanks po for dropping by =)

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  34. hi. gusto namin pumunta ngaun...crowded ba sya today or pwede pa. good for 15 people? overnight sana kami..tska kamusta ang toilet or banlawan? overnyt sana...

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    1. Sa ngayon siguro di pa masyado crowded probably by next week pagpasok ng Holy week dadami na po siguro pupunta doon. Ang banlawan at toilet po nung huling punta namin June last year ay 2 shower lang tapos 2 toilet and medyo mahina ang tubig. Hopefully dinagdagan na nila yun sa ngayon =)

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  35. gusto po sna namin magpunta dyan on april 20 abot 20 persons po kami family and friends po kc pano po ang way papunta sarili po nmin ang sasakyan through slex po san po ang madaling daan

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    1. From Manila, drive all the way to SLEX (South Luzon Express Way) until you reach the expressway after Alabang junction. Straight ahead and exit to Eton Greenfield. From here you will pass by Nuvali Sta. Rosa and Tagaytay City. Drive all the way to Nasugbu, Batangas until you reach a junction then take the right turn going to Lian. Drive straight ahead.
      After passing the CADP (Central Azucarera Don Pedro) Sugar Refinery, take a left at the intersection (Landmarks: Shell and I-Gas Gasoline Stations). Drive ahead to reach Sto. Domingo Church then turn right. You will pass by a public market then turn left in M. Apacible Street. From here you can also ask some tricycle drivers or locals that will pass by for clear directions. But most likely you will see rough road on your right side that leads to a cemetery and an eco center. Drive straight until you reach a gate with uniformed security guard that will count the number of visitors.

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    2. Hello! Thank you sa pag share ng blog na eto informative sya ü

      Meron lang akong tanong, ok po ba yun beach area? Di po ba ma-corals or mabato masyado? May nabasa po ako sa isa ring blog madami daw sea urchins

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  36. Hi, pa comment po hehe, yung mga gusto pong pumuntang burot beach sa calatagan batangas, nag papa rent po ako ng van, L300 van fully air conditioned, from manila to burot and from burot to manila . 12 max pass , 8,500 po ang rate ko overnyt �� nka ilang balik na din po ako sa burot maganda talaga (tanggal stress) lalo na island hopping , sa sand bar, starfish island at corals , salamat po eto po number ko 09176027685 salamat po :D

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  37. hi safe nmn po ba d2?legit ba yan c mang cesar?heheheh... ppnta kasi kmi ng mga friends ko sa april 18-19 overnight.sana wala pa msyadong tao :d hhahha

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  38. Hello! Thank you sa pag share ng blog na eto informative sya ü

    Meron lang akong tanong, ok po ba yun beach area? Di po ba ma-corals or mabato masyado? May nabasa po ako sa isa ring blog madami daw sea urchins

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    1. Yes... be extra careful pag pumunta sa malalim kasi may mga sea urchin nga doon pero sa bukana at sa mababaw wala naman may mga areas lang na may sea urchin swim-able pa rin naman siya. Thanks for dropping by. =)

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  39. Hi In just want to ask if my mga nagtitinda ng souvenir jan?for example..black pearl mga ganun.TIA.

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    1. Sorry wala po akong nakita sa island na nagtitinda ng mga souvenirs and the like... Salamat po for dropping by our blog =)

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  40. how much po ang island tour sa burot mga 15 pax po.

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    1. actually the island tour offered to us is to go to the nearest sand bar for 40 pesos per head. Better to go there early kasi sa tanghali or hapon high tide na. Thanks for dropping by.

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  41. Love your blog! Exciting basahin ska informative! We're going to burot tomorrow. Open pa din po ba sa public? I just txted mang cesar wala pa pong reply. Thanks so much!

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    1. Yes open pa po, marami pa rin ang napunta kahit na di po magreply yung Mang Cesar pwede naman kayo magpunta doon. Salamat po sa pag - appreciate sa blog namin. Thanks for dropping by....

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  42. Do they have activities there? Like banana boat. :) Thanks!

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    1. wala po eh kasi private property po siya ng SM... thanks for dropping by =)

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  43. Hi im planning to go there by May 9 or May 10... solo traveler here :D san ako dun magrerent ng tent po? TIA

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    1. Hi po. Pagdating na pagdating niyo po doon sa lugar may sasalubong na po sa inyo kung gusto niyo magrent ng cottage or tent. Marami rin pong mga bangkero pagala - gala lang doon sa may tabing dagat at may mga nakapwesto din sa bandang dulo na mga bangkero nagpapa renta ng tent. Thanks po for dropping by =)

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  44. may cottage po ba for large group (20+) persons?

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  45. May marerentan po ba ng lutuan sa burot? Pls reply. Thanks!

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    1. Sa pagkaka alam ko po wala po eh halos lahat po ng nagpunta doon may dalang sariling portable na lutuan or ihawan..... Thanks po for dropping by

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  46. Hi! were planning to go there by May 24, open po ba at crowded ba pag weekends? thanks

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  47. Went there just yesterday (Sunday). For those expecting for the sand to be white, The sand is not white. It's more like brown

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  48. so this is Burot.. looks peaceful and far from neigborhood.I found in mentioned on Beach resorts in Batangas site

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  49. hi may plan kmi pumunta dis sat. unfortunately lhat ng numbers ng tricykle driver na nkukuha ko sa mga blogs out of reach n.

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  50. contact diz # 0949-7411-982 or 0999-3651 026 for tryk ride service going to burot beach..thanks..

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  51. Still open for publuc pa po ba to?

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    1. Yes open pa po siya according to trip advisor =)

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  52. hi gudafternoon, ask co lng cno po pde macntact,,para sa rservation. blak nmn pumunta ngyn sept. 14 and 15 tnx

    pls reply

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    1. website for your complete information regarding BUROT BEACH or call or text
      kuya johnny - smart 0921-277-9015 globe 0905-226-8839 or my son clarence 0907-395-9639
      my link;
      http://burotbeachtravel.blogspot.com/

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  53. https://plus.google.com/112665640580850760847/posts..tingnan nyo n lng po mga post at pic d2 sa blog q.anjan din po ang # q.kontakin nyo n lng po aq qng gusto nyo po mg punta sa burot beach..salamat po..

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  56. here's my link http://burotbeachtravel.blogspot.com/
    just click this website for your complete information regarding BUROT BEACH or call or text
    kuya johnny - smart 0921-277-9015 globe 0905-226-8839 or my son clarence 0907-395-9639

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  57. Hello,
    Comment ko lang po sa mga turista n magpupunta burot beach kung kelangan nyo po ng trickle para magpahatid sa beach pwede nyo po ako itext o tawagan sa numerong ito. 09367074495.

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  58. kuya johnny mgkano ang rate mo papuntagburot?

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  59. 50 pesos po per head from public market to burot beach a minimum of 150 a trip

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  60. ADVENTURE TO BUROT BEACH
    i'm sure you can enjoy the beautiful white sand the clean water
    you can relax the beautiful place :
    TRY IT BELIEVE IT
    just call or text : kuya Romy
    to guide you any time you want :
    contact no : 09266452950

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  61. ADVENTURE TO BUROT BEACH
    i'm sure you can enjoy the beautiful
    white sand the clean water
    you can relax the beautiful place
    Try it Believe it
    just call or text : kuya Romy
    to guide you any time you want
    or tricycle ride to burot beach
    php 150 good for 1 to 3 person
    from public market to burot beach
    contact no : 09266452950

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  62. ok po ba yung signal ng internet pag smart LTE? globe?

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  63. open parin po ba ang burot beach untill now kahit 2017 na ???

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  64. this is Queen open padin po ba ang burot beach untill now!! kahit 2017 na????

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