Munting Buhangin Beach, Nasugbu Batangas

May 4, 2010

We went to Nasugbu Batangas for an outing with my husband's office mates last Labor Day weekend. We had no reservation at any of the resorts there, although we meant to check out the L Caraz resort in Nasugbu. We arrived at 1am, and there were no rooms or cottages available. The next available room will be at 11am and we didn't want to wait. We checked out availability of the other resorts there, but we were not lucky. Our only criterion were a room, a karaoke and the beach but during peak season, all were not available. Fortunately for us, we found a very good guide, who not only showed of many resorts to choose from, and when we were not satisfied, told us that we can hire and boat and check out the other side of the beach. And that we did!


So we travelled by boat for 15 minutes and arrived at the beach which at night looked very good to us. We checked out two resorts: the first one had a pool, the rent for the cottage was P1,500 and entrance fee was P200 per person. The one just right beside it had no pool but entrance was only P75 and the cottage was P700 and they would let us cook our food for a very minimal fee! The choose the latter, of course since we were there for the beach and not the pool. By then tit was 230am and I promptly fell asleep on the table!

I woke up at 630 am and here are some pictures of the beach were we landed!

Those jet skis were for hire at P3,500 an hour, and kayaks at P450 per hour. Too pricey for us though. There was even a banana boat but we didn't bother asking how much, ha ha!



The huge structure above is Terrazas de Punta Fuego and they had a nice beachfront. My friend who works at Fuego told me that had I called her, we could have free access to the pool at Terrazas. Next time!

We were happy to discover that we were in Munting Buhangin for less the price. When we checked out the rates at Munting Buhangin, entrance fee was P190 for a overnight stay and nipa cottages were at P3,500. And we paid only a quarter of that! Since it was peak season, that part of the beach was crowded and noisy, while ours was very relaxed. We congratulated ourselves for having found a good bargain. Then we realized that we paid P1,800 for the boat ride. But we quickly charged it to experience, he he!


The beach itself was very nice. If I have to say it again, I will! But just look at the photos!

This was our cottage and since we were only eleven, it suited us just fine.

The sand was not white, but the boatmen said it is when dry. But it was very fine and there were no pebbles at all. The beach was also relatively clean.

By afternoon, there were many people at the beach already, but not too crowded. There was a steady arrival of people by boat.

We also had nice henna tattoos for only a quarter of the price we would have paid for it if we were in Boracay, only P100! A steal, and the artists were kind enough to retouch out tattoes everytime we would scratch it

While riding the boat going back to Nasugbu again, here was a very nice view!

And this lovely sunset when we were just ready to leave Nasugbu!

Yes, we will definitely come back to Nasugbu and this wonderful stretch of beach!


22 comments: to “ Munting Buhangin Beach, Nasugbu Batangas

  • Chris
    May 04, 2010  

    aw, i want to go to the beach!

  • dang
    July 09, 2010  

    hi! hope you can tell me how to get to this resort. im looking for affordable beach in nasugbu. is this recommended eve/n if we have kids with us? where can i get such guide in nasugbu?

  • Richard Macalintal
    September 27, 2010  

    aba kaganda nga rin pala dine sa nasugbu. maka sinsay nga pag uwi. tunay namang miss ko na ang mga batangas resort

  • mathel
    January 12, 2011  

    Can you share the name of the resort? From what I understand, you were not excatly in Munting Buhangin? Or were you? Thanks

  • Anonymous
    April 07, 2011  

    anyone can tell me how i place and inquirey for reservation here in munting buhangin?thanks

  • Anonymous
    April 10, 2011  

    Hi! Can you please share with us the name of the beach and the contact no.of your guide.TY!

  • Anonymous
    January 19, 2012  

    we went to Munting Buhangin Beach Resort about few days ago...we like the beach a lot.. although the place was hidden, you gotta have your own or rented car to go there. We enjoyed the tent that we stayed in but they need to fix the hole on the roof of the tent just in case it rains.. some employees and life guard are friendly but theres one woman on the reception that has a tough attitude.. just hope she’ll work on her behaviour if she wants to attract more visitor.. but other than that it was an awesome place to go, we cant wait to revisit the place!

  • Anonymous
    February 12, 2012  

    we are planning to go there and spend a night there...

  • Anonymous
    February 20, 2012  

    i suggest don't go there, so dirty and panget...mahal pa

  • Anonymous
    February 27, 2012  

    hi. do you have a contact number of Munting Buhangin. preferably cellphone number. thanks :)

  • Dinah
    February 27, 2012  

    Hi All, thanks for your comments.
    We were not exactly at Munting Buhangin resort, but it was the same beach. We actually just went to Nasugbu and rented a boat to take us to Munting Buhangin. We only had to pay for the boat and the cottage, no entrance fee. But I dont have a contact person since we arrived there at past midnight and one of the guides there(there are many of them) just pointed us to this boat.

  • Anonymous
    April 11, 2012  

    hi, I just want to confirm, did you say that you paid P1,800 for the boat ride? and it only take 15 mins? how many are you? how much was that boat ride if you will be counting it per head? And what is the name of that resort? thanks!

  • Dinah
    April 11, 2012  

    yes, the boat ride was 1800. hatid at sundo na yun. we were maybe 16 in our group.

  • Anonymous
    April 11, 2012  

    what is the name of that resort?

  • Anonymous
    April 11, 2012  

    do they have a website? what is the name of the resort? how to get there?

  • Anonymous
    April 20, 2012  

    AHM TANUNG KO LANG PO KUNG MAGKANO PO ANG ENTRANCE FEE AT COTTAGES AT KUNG PWEDE PO OVERNIGHT...AHM TANKZ PO AHM PWEDE KO N PO BANG MALAMAN KC PO KAILNGAN NA PO KASI NAMIN UNG INFORMATION...AHM TAWAGAN NIYO NA LAMANG PO AKO SA # NA ITO 09486095671..TANKZ PO ULIT...

  • Anonymous
    May 13, 2012  

    beside munting buhangin? nag stay kayo di nyo alam name ng resort? Nagandahan ka sa location pero di mo masabi name ng resort ano ba yun? ano purpose ng blog mo na to mag angas lang?

  • Anonymous
    July 29, 2012  

    Basahin NYO lahat para makita nyo kung anong name ng Beach, MUNTING NAYON BEACH PO!!!

    PINOY KA NGA!! HEHEHE... KAILANGANG NATIN NG PAG GALANG.. BAGUHIN ANG UGALING NAGISNAN..PINAG ARAL PARA MATUTO KUNG ANONG KLASING PAG UUGALI NATIN..
    RESPETO LANG PO BAWAT ISA.. PARA SA IKAGANDA NG ATING KAUGALIANG PILIPINO..
    GOD BLESS..

  • Anonymous
    March 27, 2013  

    hi..mg inquier lng po kung mgkano per head at ung babayad n cottage...thanks

  • Anonymous
    April 17, 2013  

    Hello. Would like to ask the name of the resort you went to? and if you have contact number/person. Thanks

  • shella
    May 07, 2013  

    hi...what is the name of the resort with pool that you didn't pick?

  • antukin29
    July 29, 2013  

    pano ba pumunta dyan? we are planning to go there this coming saturday, but we are still clueless how to get there

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