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    Pico De Loro Beach Front (2)

    by machomikemd Written Nov 8, 2013
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    Part two of my beach front tips with more pictures around.

    The Main Attraction of the Pico De Loro Complex is the Beach in One of the 13 coves of the Hamilo Coast of Nasugbu Town and it's reason for being. the beach is a large u shaped area protected at both sides by the hilly and rocky coves and the beach is crystal clear and the waves are not strong, although like in other areas of Nasugbu, the sands here are rough and not powdery and the color is golden, not white. If you want to experience powdery white sands, you have to go to boracay or cebu or palwan for it.

    there are life guards at the beach and it is open for swimmers from 6:00 am to 6:00 pm everyday

    there are beach beds, huts and the reef bar and grill and brisa bar where you can order food and drinks too.

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    Beachside Umbrella and Beds

    by machomikemd Written Nov 8, 2013
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    There are many beach beds and umbrellas where you can take a rest or have a tan and even have a drink or two as these facilities are free to members and guests, buth they also have beachside cabanas with private beach beds which you can rent at a price.

    The Main Attraction of the Pico De Loro Complex is the Beach in One of the 13 coves of the Hamilo Coast of Nasugbu Town and it's reason for being. the beach is a large u shaped area protected at both sides by the hilly and rocky coves and the beach is crystal clear and the waves are not strong, although like in other areas of Nasugbu, the sands here are rough and not powdery and the color is golden, not white. If you want to experience powdery white sands, you have to go to boracay or cebu or palawan for it.

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    Golden Sands of Pico De Loro

    by machomikemd Written Nov 8, 2013
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    like what i've said, the beaches are clear and there are no strong waves or rip tides here but the sand quality is not as great as other philippine beaches, so if you have time to go to other Philippine Beaches, then go there instead of here.

    The Main Attraction of the Pico De Loro Complex is the Beach in One of the 13 coves of the Hamilo Coast of Nasugbu Town and it's reason for being. the beach is a large u shaped area protected at both sides by the hilly and rocky coves and the beach is crystal clear and the waves are not strong, although like in other areas of Nasugbu, the sands here are rough and not powdery and the color is golden, not white. If you want to experience powdery white sands, you have to go to boracay or cebu or palawan for it.

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    Pico De Loro Beach Front

    by machomikemd Written Nov 8, 2013
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    The Main Attraction of the Pico De Loro Complex is the Beach in One of the 13 coves of the Hamilo Coast of Nasugbu Town and it's reason for being. the beach is a large u shaped area protected at both sides by the hilly and rocky coves and the beach is crystal clear and the waves are not strong, although like in other areas of Nasugbu, the sands here are rough and not powdery and the color is golden, not white. If you want to experience powdery white sands, you have to go to boracay or cebu or palwan for it.

    there are life guards at the beach and it is open for swimmers from 6:00 am to 6:00 pm everyday

    there are beach beds, huts and the reef bar and grill and brisa bar where you can order food and drinks too.

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    Pico De Loro Beachside Clubhouse

    by machomikemd Written Nov 8, 2013
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    Pico De Loro Complex has two clubhouses, the Main Clubhouse, where most of the sports and function rooms are and the Beachside Clubhouse, where the main infinity swimming pools and some of the beach facilities like kayaks, banana boats, scuba gear are located. it also hosts a beachside bar and a restaurant and a main reception area facing the beach. unfortunately, only club members and theoir guests are allowed entry inside, if you are just a check in guest of the Pico Sands Hotel, you can swim at the Main Beach but cannot access the other facilities of the Beachside Clubhouse.

    opens: 6:00 am to 10:00 pm everyday

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    Pico De Loro Swimming Pools

    by machomikemd Written Nov 8, 2013
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    there are two main swimming pools inside the Pico De Loro Complex and they are located just beside the Main Clubhouse and at the Main Beachside Clubhouse respectively and you can have access to these facilities if you are wearing your pico de loro bracelets, provided that you are a check in guest at the hotel. the swimming pool at the beach area provides sweeping views of the main cove of the complex at Hamilo Coast and both are open from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm everyday.

    you must wear the proper attire to swim.

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    Pico De Loro Cove

    by machomikemd Updated Nov 8, 2013
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    Pico De Loro Cove is a members only Resort Community and Beachside Property along the Hamilo Coast of Nasugbu Batangas. it is the farthest Beach Resort from Nasugbu town along the winding and zig zag mountain roads but is nearest to Manila as the newly opened Mount Pico De Loro Mountain Tunnel from Cavite Province to Nasugbu is now opened.

    The Resort features various high rise condominiums and apartelles for club members who bought the rooms there and their members and guests. It also has the Pico De Loro Hotel for guests and non-members allowed to enter this exclusive enclave plus a large man made lagoon, a convention center, fishing and sailing activities, a multi purpose hall and game room and assorted bars and restaurants and spa.

    the complex is owned and managed by the SM prime companies of the SM Group, which is the largest Chain of Malls in the Philippines.

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    Climbing Batulao

    by drunkenmaster4 Written Dec 2, 2011

    ITINERARY

    Day 1

    09:00 : Meet at Crow Bus Station; at EDSA, Pasay (foot of MRT Station CHOWKING)
    09:30 : ETD Evercrest, Nasugbu via Tagaytay (P114.00 per pax)
    12:00 : ETA Evercrest
    : Lunch at Ate Nena’s Carinderia;
    13:00 : Tricycle to Bahayan Jump off (P30.00/pax,)
    13:20 : ETA Jump Off, Get Guide, Stretch, start Trek
    16:30 : ETA CAMP ONE, Pitch Tent, Freshen up (there’s a stream at the foot of the camp)
    17:00 : Prepare for Dinner
    18:30 : Dinner, socials
    22:00 : LIGHTS OFF

    Day 2

    05:45 : Wake, prepare breakfast
    06:30 : Start Trek, assault summit
    08:00 : ETA Summit, picture taking
    08:15 : Descend to Camp One
    09:45 : RTA Camp one, Break Camp
    10:15 : Start Descend
    12:00 : ETA Bahayan Jump Off, take tricycle
    12:20 : LUNCH at Ate Nena’s, Freshen-up, showers P20 per pax
    13:30 : POST CLIMB
    14:15 : Board bus to manila (P114.00 per pax)
    17:00 : ETA PASAY

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    Bonding W/ Vters

    by cyndymc Updated Jul 6, 2010
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    I've been to Caleruega so many times. Barbie a.k.a. barbie_sunrise and Emkei a.k.a. missmarianne have also been to Caleruega...but we went together for bonding moments at Caleruega. We strolled in the gardens up to the hill beyond the hanging bridge until we discovered the new chapel being constructed. We had fun practicing photography and spent the rest of the time exchanging stories. We also bought a lot of tropical fruits like green mangoes, avocados and a banana variety called "arnibal".

    (Note: More pictures in my travelogue.)

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    Camping & Team Building On "Holy Grounds"

    by cyndymc Updated Oct 17, 2009

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    Caleruega Camp Site
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    Caleruega is not only known for hosting retreats and recolllecions. It also provides the venue where students/employees can camp on its rolling hills for team building. The panoramic view of Batulao Range, the beautiful lush greens and colorful flowers, the awesome skylight, and the quiet surroundings make Caleruega a perfect place.

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    Have Your Wedding & Reception At Caleruega

    by cyndymc Written Oct 17, 2009
    Newlyweds Infront of Chapel of Transfiguration
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    Almost everytime we go to Caleruega, be it weekday or weekend, there is a wedding at the Chapel of Transfiguration. This has become a favorite wedding site, perhaps because the small but beautiful chapel is so perfect for small, intimate weddings. After the wedding, the newlyweds usually have their pictures taken infront of the chapel and at various sites in the beautifully landscaped garden.

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    Go To Nasugbu Tourism Information Center

    by cyndymc Written Oct 2, 2009
    Nasugbu Tourism Information Office
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    If you're looking for a beach resort for accomodation/day trip, going to the Nasugbu Tourism Information Center (NTIC) will make your search easier. You can get some brochures and referrals, and you can already make your shortlist before you go around and check out the places.

    If the office is closed for lunch break of the staff, you can refer to a big billboard directory of resorts just beside the office.

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    Visit The Chapel On The Hill

    by cyndymc Updated Oct 2, 2009
    Inside The Church
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    The Chapel On The Hill looks like an unimpressive, unassuming gazebo-like structure when viewed from the road, and I wondered what made it a popular choice as wedding venue of celebrities. But as I ascended the stairs leading to the chapel, I experienced an unexplainable feeling of serenity and "blessedness" in the garden. Moreso when I entered the chapel. I marveled at its unique circular shape with glass panels offering a view of the sea and the valley. Looking up, I noticed its ceiling made of wood with simple but attractive design, and with light peeking through its glass windows.

    Inside the Chapel On The Hill is a labyrinth (sacred circle of a single path leading to the center). I personally tried the labyrinth walk after reading the inscriptions at the entrance of the chapel, and I can truly say it is a "journey to inner peace".

    For more pictures and narratives, please visit my Travelogue.

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    Terrazas de Punta Fuego

    by stamporama Written Apr 8, 2009

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    The children's and infinity pools
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    This resort is actually for exclusive use of members but perhaps due to the global economic downturn, they've decided to open up to the public. As you enter the grounds, the road to the beach is lined with stylish and luxurious mansions with terrific views of the sea. These are private residences however and there are no public lodgings here; if you wish to spend the night nearby you'd have to go to another enclave 15 mins. further down the national road.

    The beach is clean, unrocky and with near-white sand. There are cabanas around the infinity pool as well as on the beachfront, a restaurant (though the food is not that great), locker and shower rooms.

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    Commune With God & Nature at Caleruega

    by cyndymc Updated Feb 7, 2009

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    Caleruega House of Prayer
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    Caleruega is a House of Prayer where groups, mostly students go for retreats or recollection. The Chapel of Transfiguration inside the compound is a favorite wedding site, and the mini-forest park and gardens is becoming a popular choice for pre-nup pictorials. Communing with God and nature at Caleruega will reinvigorate your soul and body.

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