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    Bicol: Rizal Beach Resort, Gubat, Sorsogon

    One of only two "true" resorts on Rizal beach, Gubat Bay in Sorsogon is the beach resort named after the beach itself: Rizal Beach Resort

    Tutubi was able to take these photos of the gate and of the beach front while he stayed at the nearby Veramaris Resort.

    Photos of Rizal Beach Resort:

    the entrance of Rizal Beach Resort near Veramaris Resort
    rizal beach gubat sorsogonthe coconu tree-lined beach front with fine gray sandrizal beach gubat sorsogona child playing on Rizal beach. Notice the waves on the beach good for newbie surfing, skimboarding, even boardsailing, kitesurfing and windsurfing due to the presence of strong winds

    Tutubi can't give you a review of Rizal Beach Resort for he didn't stay there. You may call their published contact number for room rates, daytours/entrance fees and other inquiries.

    Rizal Beach Resort
    Gubat Sorsogon
    Tel. No.: +63.56.311.1829; +63.56.311.1830
    Official Website:

    Related Posts:
    Veramaris Resort.
    Donsol Whale Sharks Interaction Guide
    Donsol Video
    Surfing Beaches of the Philippines

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    posted by backpacking philippines @ 8:48 PM,


    At May 20, 2009, 7:00:00 AM, Anonymous bw said...

    good that there is competition close by !

    The third picture from the top is pretty . Also looks like the coconut tree is sitting on the sand :)

    At May 20, 2009, 2:33:00 PM, Blogger luna miranda said...

    i love your shot of the coconut trees.

    At Sep 21, 2009, 9:36:00 PM, Anonymous Brisbane Marriot said...

    There are many beautiful and untamed natural marvels in the Philippines and I am proud to live in such a beautiful country, actually I am a resident in Boracay Island and I fall in love with its pristine beauty when I first set foot on the marvelous island six years ago.

    Rizal Beach Resort is truly a gem and one of the best resort vacation destination in the Philippines. I have been there once.

    At Feb 7, 2011, 11:52:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    nice place talaga....

    At May 2, 2011, 5:49:00 PM, Anonymous vietnam real estate said...

    my mom's best friend owns the place, that means we grew up spending many days of our summer in the province in this resort, the fun part of it, is you really get to enjoy the feeling that you are out of town... even if it is now surrounded by trendier and more luxurious resorts, nothing can give you the homey feeling of Rizal Beach, i miss it already...

    At Feb 13, 2012, 1:43:00 PM, Anonymous grace said...

    ..try to visit rizal baech..
    i assure u ..!!!
    dis place is so beautiful..


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