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    Beach Resorts in Cavite (Entrance Fee, Room Rates, Swimming Pool)

    Cavite is really home to nice, cheap beach resorts near Manila for less than two hours via Cavitex. Tutubi's doing research on Cavite beach resorts, beyond Lido Beach Resort he visited a few years back besides Puerto Azul Beach Club, the first true beach resort he visited from way back in 1998.

    Herewith is his compiled list of Beach Resorts in Cavite (with or without swimming pool), with official websites, telephone numbers, email address/contact details, current room rates/entrance fee, swimming pool (or infinity pool if available)
    and other facilities.

    UPDATED: January 2016

    Bacoor Beach Resorts

    no white beaches here, too dirty. expect vendors/fishermen of talaba and tahong

    Kawit Beach Resorts

    Cavite City Beach Resorts

    Noveleta Beach Resorts

    Cavite beaches are all inside Manila Bay except those in Naic and Ternate where you can see fine white sand beaches with clear water and trash-free

    Lido Beach Resort
    Telephone Number: +63.947.150.0298

    Villamar Beach Resort
    Entrance fee: PhP30.00, shower stalls at only PhP15.00/person.
    Picnic tables rental prices: PHP100.00, PhP250.00
    Overnight Accommodations (Room rates): PhP1,000/2 persons (ordinary fan room, extra person PhP100.00), PhP3,000.00 for 2 persons aircon room, PhP200.00 extra person)
    Contact Numbers for reservations/inquiries:Baby +63.929.8905763; Lolit +63.920.408.4444

    Rosario Beach Resorts

    La Isla Bonita De Salinas
    Entrance Fee/Admission: PhP20.00 (free for Rosario residents)

    Mount Sea Resort and Hotel
    Room Rates: PhP2998.00 (budget package), PhP5,500.00 (superior)
    Telephone Number: +63.46.438.3888
    Remarks: nice facilities

    Tanza Beach Resorts

    La Playa Resort
    Address: Halayhay Rd, Tanza
    Telephone Number: +63.46.686.9069

    Starfish Beach Resort

    Tanza Oasis Hotel and Resort
    Room Rates: PhP2,500.00 to PhP5,000.00
    Telephone Numbers: +63.2.524.3876;+63.2.708.0704;+63.2.516.5432

    Villa Excellance Beach Resort in Tanza
    Here is the list of the rates and entrance fees of Villa Excellance Beach Resort in Tanza, Cavite.
    Beach Entrance Fee: PhP40.00 (weekday), PhP50.00 Weekends and holidays
    Swimming Pool rates: PhP60.00 adults (PhP70.00 overnight)

    Villa Buenaflor Resort
    Address: Brgy. Calibuyo Tanza Cavite
    Telephone Number: +63.46.886.1014

    Villa Christina Resort

    Villa Excellance Beach Resort
    Address: Brgy. Sahud Ulan, Postema, Tanza 4108
    Telephone Numbers: +63.46.885.2220

    Naic Beach Resorts

    Aroma Beach Resort,
    Naic Cavite
    Phone Number: +63.939.407.1304

    Ternate Beach Resorts:

    * the best beaches in Cavite can really be found in the southernmost town of Ternate due to its distance
    from Manila, meaning it's already clean, unlike filth you see on the beach of Noveleta (sorry, Tutubi is an honest blogger)

    Boracay de Cavite Beach Resort (Marine Base)
    Entrance fee: PhP100.00, PhP200.00 overnight
    Parking Fee: PhP50.00 jeep/cars
    Remarks: the beach has a checkpoint as it's inside a General Lim Marine barracks.

    Caylabne Bay Resort
    Contact Number: +63.2.813.8520

    Little Boracay Ternate (also known as Marine Base Ternate Beach)
    Entrance fee: PhP100 per head
    Cottage is P350
    Overnight stay room rate PhP500.00

    Marine Base Katungkulan Beach Resort
    Entrance fee: PhP100.00, PhP200.00 overnight
    Remarks: the beach has a checkpoint as it's inside a General Lim Marine barracks.

    Puerto Azul Golf and Country Club
    Day tour rates:
    PhP 650/person with buffet lunch (subject to minimum guests), PhP 450/person with plated lunch,
    PhP 300/person – just entrance fee , no meals
    Remarks: Tutubi visited this place in 1998 but current pictures in the Internet seems nothing much changed :(
    this used to be an exclusive, invitation-only resort then. Puerto Azul website not visible now
    Contact Numbers: +63.932.863.6070; +63.919.533.5391

    Ternate Beach Resort
    Entrance Fee: PhP75.00 day tour, PhP150.00 overnight
    Telephone Numbers:
    Ms. Beth +63.932.211.2725; +63.908.862.7785

    RanRich Beach Resort
    Address: San Jose 4, Ternate, Cavite
    Entrance Fee: day swimming rates at PhP100.00
    Room Rates start at PhP1000.00 including big groups, Cottage rentals at PhP500 and up
    Contact Number: +63.908.876.5696
    Remarks: with big swimming pool, you can also pitch a tent on the beach (PhP150.00) but bring your own tent at the campsite.
    You can bring your own food and drinks at no corkage fee

    Beach resorts in Cavite with swimming pool

    Coming up:

    How to Get to Cavite: Map, Bus and Jeepney routes

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    posted by GingGoy @ 8:37 PM,


    At Mar 24, 2014, 11:48:00 PM, Blogger Hathat Goes This Way said...

    Thank you Tutubi for this post. Now I have an idea for our company outing this 2014.Thank you very much. Really a big help!:) God bless!

    At Mar 28, 2014, 8:01:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    any idea if tanza oasis beach is clean

    At May 4, 2014, 8:13:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Thanks for posting this.

    At May 25, 2014, 10:43:00 PM, Anonymous Milo said...

    Wow, great place it seems, Thanks for the tip. Beach seems kinda clean on the pictures I found. Also try for booking. Hotels are sometimes cheaper there than booking over official sites.

    At Apr 7, 2015, 10:42:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    the tanza oasis beach is clean, but not appropriate for swimming maybe bec. of the big rocks at a huge cement near the shore. but they do have an excellent swimming pool and foods.

    At Apr 7, 2015, 10:47:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    last holyweek our family outing (instant reunion of our clan) was held at RanRich Beach Resort. And to be honest we will never come back to that beach. Staff are not accomodating and approchable. The beach area has many boat while their pool is small. And has closing time from 5pm to 8pm. Their rate is also expensive.

    At Apr 16, 2015, 10:46:00 PM, Blogger Unknown said...

    Open po ba katungkulan beach on Saturday? April 18 2015.

    At Apr 16, 2015, 10:48:00 PM, Blogger Unknown said...

    Open po ba katungkulan beach on Saturday april 18, 2015

    At Apr 18, 2015, 7:19:00 AM, Blogger Unknown said...

    Malinis pa po ba ang boracay de cavite?

    At Jun 4, 2015, 1:52:00 PM, Anonymous Jason Cruz said...

    It seems like the resort in Cavite quite nice. Take a time to find a white fine sand beach resort in the Cavite. Ignore the trash along the way especially when you are passing along Bacoor area. Very disappointing place. You cannot be wrong if you really looking for a real paradise in Southern part of the Philippines like Boracay Island. Very famous beaches all over the world that we can be proud of.

    At Sep 17, 2015, 3:15:00 PM, Anonymous Chrestil said...

    Anung oras poh nag oopen ung katungkulan beach?

    At Apr 9, 2016, 1:12:00 AM, Anonymous Lois Dee said...

    Hello po. Tanong ko lang, kung ano pinagkaiba nung tatlong "marine beach" sa may Ternate?

    At Jun 18, 2016, 9:05:00 AM, Blogger Ociehl said...

    Hi i want to ask poh if which resort can avial a 15 adults and 7 kids,?ung mkakamura po sana and can we bring our own foods and drinks..thanks poh kung meron po sana magandang deal mura pero sulit ang pag punta..thank you poh kung skaling my suggestion po kau pls send me email poh 😀

    At Jun 18, 2016, 9:10:00 AM, Blogger Ociehl said...

    Hi poh just want to ask if meron poh kayong suggestion nah resort around cavite nah kea mag avail ng 15 adults and 7 kids ung may pool po sana and pwede mag dala ng food and drinks.. ung mkakamura po pero maganda ang place.. pls send me email if ever meron po dto,month of august po ang plan pero not sure pah poh yun..salamat po

    At Sep 27, 2016, 10:42:00 AM, Blogger Unknown said...

    Meron po ba kau alam na inns or hotel sa may biga, tanza cavite?

    At Sep 27, 2016, 10:43:00 AM, Blogger Unknown said...

    Hi. May alam po ba kau na hotel and inns bukod sa oasis hotel na malapit sa biga, tanza cavite?


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