The Masasa Beach in Tingloy Island is one of the unspoiled beach in Batangas. It features white coastline, pristine water and some rock formations. It’s three-hour land trip and a 45- minute motorboat ride from Manila.
Masasa Beach is a fish-shaped main island called Maricaban appears to be hopping from Balayan to Batangas Bay.
Masasa Beach is a hidden paradise, which is barely disturbed for two reasons: most people do not know it exists, and those who do go only as far as Sombrero Island.
There’s hardly any man-made structure in the area, so catch Masasa Beach while it’s still raw and unspoiled.
Local Travel Guide in The Philippines Tips/What To Do:
Island Hopping / P300 per head max. of 5 persons.
Treckking to Mt. Magasawang bato / P100 per head.
How to get to Masasa Beach:
From Manila, ride a bus to Batangas City Grand Terminal ( Travel time is 2-3 hours for Php 120-P180). Take a jeepney to Anilao Port for Php 35 and board the passenger boat to Tingloy for Php 70. To make the most out of your time, try to catch the 10:30am trip. From the port, hire a tricycle to Masasa Beach.
Alternatively, you may rent a boat for an island-hopping tour at Anilao Port for P2500. The rate per boat so it is to be divided by how many you are in the group. Ask your boatman to also make stops at Sombrero Island and Sepoc Point, too!
Where to Stay:
Transient houses are available near at the beach. You can walk from transient house straight to the beach. The usual rate is 300/pax if the group. They also cater a couple room for 1000pesos.
Electricity is only available for about 12 noon to 12 pm.
(You can request to your transient house owner to run a generator if you roughly needed an electricity)
Contact person: Joys Macuha – 09955544341/09194905464