Burot Beach: A Secret Beach in Calatagan

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How To Get to Burot Beach?
how to get to burot beach
How to go to Burot Beach!!!

… That’s what I have been typing on in Google for the past 3 weeks; yes, forgive me but I am, well, I WAS in a severe state of finding a good beach. Why? Because it seemed that eversince my family saw Calaguas Island way back in 2010, their standards of a “good beach” really changed… hmmm, I cannot blame them.

So, in my manic pursuit of finding a good beach for my family (an alternative for a 9-hour-drive Calaguas getaway), I learned about Burot Beach.

A Cheap Family Weekend Getaway

How to Get There:

by Public Transportation (a.k.a. Commute)

You can either take a bus or a van to Calatagan.
By Van – There are vans available going to Calatagan near the Bus Station and MRT Taft Station. Fare is Php180.00/pax. Travel time is approximately 3 to 4 hours. At Calatagan Market, hire a tricycle for Php150.00 or Php60.00 per person. Again, use your haggling skills, you can avail the tricycle fare for Php120.00.

By Bus – Bus Terminal is located along EDSA near MRT Taft Station (at the back of McDonald’s and Sogo Hotel). Fare is Php180.00. Travel time is approximately 3 to 4 hours. Calatagan-bound buses are available daily, first trip is 4:00 AM. Ask the conductor to drop you off at Calatagan Market. At Calatagan Market, hire a tricycle for Php150.00 or Php60.00 per person.

Note: Tricycle ride will be around 20 minutes only.

by Private Vehicle

1. From Manila, take Coastal Road or SLEX (South Luzon Express Way). Drive all the way to Nasugbu, Batangas until you reach a junction or rotonda. At the junction, take the right turn going to Lian; a Caltex Gasoline Station will serve as your landmark.
2. Drive straight ahead. After passing the CADP (Central Azucarera Don Pedro) Sugar Refinery, take a left at the intersection (Landmarks: Shell and I-Gas Gasoline Stations).
3. Drive straight ahead. Once you see Sto. Domingo Church, turn right.
4. You’ll pass through a small public market (Talipapa), then a cemetery. From there, you’ll see signs going to Burot Beach. πŸ™‚

Note: I will not give any more directions from here, because getting lost and asking locals where Burot Beach is, are definitely part of the fun. Try it!

Burot Beach, at last!

Burot Beach was previously called as the Elizalde Beach (owned by the Elizaldes, an affluent family in the Philippines), but was recently bought by SM. Now, Burot Beach is a private property of SM Group of Companies; good news, it is still open for the public until further notice. So, if you’re planning to visit Burot, make it soon!
Whoo! This is Life! 

Burot Beach is an undeveloped beachthere are no hotels, resorts, or whatsoever commercialized accommodations.
The hidden gem of Calatagan
If you want to stay a little longer or spend a night at Burot, make sure to bring your own tents.
 
Teaching the younger generation how to build their own tents =)
There are also no restaurants nor convenience stores in Burot. Make sure to bring your own drinking water, food, etc. Bring your own portable stoves, cooking sets, and grill. If you need to make a fire, there’s a lot of dried twigs and leaves that you can use to start one.
Preparing for lunch

Burot Beach is pretty relaxing because of the fact that it is unknown to many (I hope my friends in Facebook would now understand why I had hesitations on sharing where this place is). The whole place is undeveloped, unspoilt, and peaceful. There are no vendors who will keep on bugging you to buy souvenir shirts, keychains, or pearls. There are no bars, no stores, no colored flags; everything is just so raw!

The color of the sand in Burot is not really white compared to Boracay nor Calaguas. However, the color varies from white, to dirty white, or to somewhat gold all throughout the day. With its clear water, Burot is a home for a lot of sea creatures such as starfish, sea urchins, and sea snakes.
Just found a big starfish at the shore πŸ™‚

I recommend that you explore the island. There are a lot to see at each sides of the beach. At the far right end of the beach are big rocks where hundreds of sea urchins can be found. We also found 6 sea snakes there. =)
Not sure what tree this is but I can say that it’s a beautiful accent of Burot.
My little brother at the rocky part of Burot Beach
On the other hand, the right side of the beach is the best spot where you can watch the sunset. Swear!
My cousin while waiting for the sunset

While waiting for the sunset, the battery of our digital camera went dead and I felt a little frustrated. My little brother sat beside me, watched the sunset in all awe, and reminded me to just enjoy it. So we just sat there silently for an hour or so, watching how the sun changes the color of the sky. The sun shared its dramatic shade of blue, violet, orange, pink, and red. These 5 shades of the sun gave a dramatic reflection on the water too. When the sunset was about to finally bid goodbye, a ship pass through with its shadow giving another amazing effect to the sunset. It was indeed the best sunset I saw, and what makes it the best is that I watched it with my whole family beside me.
The last sunset shot I took before the battery went dead…
 The Sunset in Burot is definitely worth the wait!
Disclaimer: My sunset shots are understatement of how beautiful the sunset is in Burot Beach. It’s one of the best and most dramatic sunset I have ever seen.

IMPORTANT!!!
* There is no electricity in Burot. Do not forget to bring flashlights, headlamps, torches (sulo).
* Make sure to bring insect repellant.
* There are no restaurants or convenience stores in Burot. Buy meat and other things you need at a small market or Talipapa that you’ll pass through. Actually, after the Talipapa, before going straight ahead to the cemetery, you may turn right to reach the Public Market of Calatagan.
* Tents are available for rent for Php300.00 (regardless if you will stay for one whole day or overnight)
* There are comfort rooms here. However, for those sensitive, ahmm.. you do not have any choice. The CRs are not that clean but have ample supply of running water. That’s it! :p
* Be careful when exploring the rocky side of the beach. The rocks are too sharp. There are a lot of sea urchins too, so be alert!
* Bonfires are allowed. You may bring your own stack of wood or collect some dried twigs, wood, or paper. Or you also have an option to buy a stack of wood in Burot for Php200.00. Just ask the guards or caretaker.
* Rental fee for tables – Php200.00
* You have the option to go for an island hopping to White Island for Php30.00/pax.
* If going here via public transportation, make sure to get the contact number of the tricycle driver so they can fetch you the next day.
* Lastly, do not go here during weekends. I bet you know why. =)

Burot Beach Rates/Fees:
Day Tour: Php65.00
Overnight Stay: Php130.00

Burot Beach Contact: Mang Ramon – 09156028907

Do you think Burot Beach is a good chase? =)
Who says one needs to grab cheap airline tickets to experience paradise?

 Update as of June 2016: Burot Beach is no longer open for public.

152 Responses

  1. Kai Sensei
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    wow.. I think Burot Beach is definitely a good chase! Especially if you are super game to rough it out. I'm not a "camper" type of person but the place does look worth it!

  2. marxtermind
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    Prepared na prepared kayo sa camping, nung nagpunta kami delata lang ang mga inulam namin. hehehe! πŸ˜€

  3. Chasing Philippines
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    @ marxtermind,

    May mga bata kasing kasama, bawal magutom, baka mag-tantrums hehe

  4. Franc Ramon
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    There are really a lot of beautiful beaches in Calatagan.

  5. Janaki Garcia
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    Thanks for this post. I've been looking for a new beach to explore, those not overcrowded and too commercialized.

  6. R&S Hopper
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    I had a great experience there last year, I got so drunk and wasted> I went somewhere to pee, the next thing I knew, I woke up in the morning a meter or two from the shore..hahaha! wala akong maalala bakit dun ako nakatulog!haha

    very peaceful and wala istorbo! saya!

  7. Anonymous
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    This is a big help! πŸ™‚ been trying to find recent posts about Burot to find out if its still open for public. And yes, this answered my question. Nice photos! πŸ˜€

  8. Chasing Philippines
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    @ R&S Hopper,

    Correct! Very peaceful. Secured pa yung place dahil bantay ng Security Guards ng Sm πŸ™‚

  9. Chasing Philippines
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    @ Janaki Garcia,

    No problem. Just like you, Im into looking for new places to explore. =)
    Keep on chasin'!

  10. Chasing Philippines
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    @ Kai Sensei,

    My cousins are not campers. This was their first time to do it. Glad it was all worth it, they'd loved the experience.

  11. Mich Borlagdan
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    @ Franc Ramon,

    Been to Laiya and Lian most of the times, didnt really like it that much. They've been too commercialized.

  12. rhed
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    We've been there yesterday a great experienced! thanks for all the bloggers because of you guys we were not able to get in here!!

    UNFORGETABLE EXPERIENCED

  13. Anonymous
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    Chances are, we're going there this saturday. Urgh. May classes kasi ng weekdays. Sayang. Pero hopefully ma-enjoy pa rin namin. Thanks for the info! πŸ™‚

  14. Anonymous
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    very nice post mich. hope to visit this soon.
    i'm learning a lot from you blog.

  15. Anonymous
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    very nice post mich. hope to visit this soon.
    i'm learning a lot from you blog.

  16. Chasing Philippines
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    @ iamahappymousetraveler,

    Thanks for reading my posts. πŸ™‚

  17. Chasing Philippines
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    @ moodieseye,

    Masyado kasing masyadong madaming tao pag weekends. As in from all walks of life, nag-eenjoy talaga sa burot. What we did was we went there ng Friday morning overnight til Saturday.

  18. Chasing Philippines
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    @ rhed,

    No problem! πŸ™‚ glad, you enjoyed it!
    Keep on chasing Philippines!

  19. renevic
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    Good chase mich! πŸ™‚

    Thank you for the post. You know we're looking for this for weeks, haha.

  20. ChaiBeehler
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    Hi, my sister and her screaming tykes are camoing out in burot as i am posting this comment πŸ˜‰ on mother's day (11May) this will be my treat.. I'm excited to go to the beach

  21. ChaiBeehler
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    Hi, my sister and her screaming tykes are camoing out in burot as i am posting this comment πŸ˜‰ on mother's day (11May) this will be my treat.. I'm excited to go to the beach

  22. KTs lifestyle
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    Burot sounds like barat. lol! I wanna go there when I visit Calatagan. Thanks for sharing!

    πŸ™‚
    KT http://ktlifestyle.blogspot.com/

  23. LoUiegiE
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    We are going here this coming Thursday (May 17). Great blog! Thanks for sharing! πŸ˜‰

  24. Anonymous
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    hi pagnagdala ng coche meron bang parking na safe?

  25. Pinoy Adventurista
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    i referred this to friends… mapuntahan ng minsan… πŸ™‚

  26. Arvin
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    haha thanks @pinoy adventurista. anybody eyeing to go here this weekend? perhaps we can come as a group. πŸ™‚

  27. Prechie Tolibas
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    How much dto at pnu way ng ppnta from mnila

  28. Chasing Philippines
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    Halos karamihan po may dalang mga kotse yung nagpupunta nung Burot. Safeyung buong pace kasi may bakod and security guards. Yung sasakyan namin naka-park mismo sa tabi ng mga tents namin

  29. Anonymous
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    Hi I was just wondering if the beach is still open to the public? We are planning to go there this June 2 πŸ™‚

  30. Chasing Philippines
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    @ danielle den, Yes it's still open po.

  31. Santanina Aina Gapatan
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    aT DAHIL DIYAN… pupunta na kami dito! thank you so much for sharing this info! gusto ko magbonfire feast!

  32. Lovethephilippines
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    wow absolutely amazing.

  33. johnny r. hernandez
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    pakiusap ko lang sa mga nagpupunta ng burot beach at mag outing, kung sasakay kayo sa tricycle papunta sa burot beach, siguraduhin nyo na ang sasakyan nyo ay tricycle na rotang brgy. tanagan kc dito sa calatagan ay kanyakanya ng rota bawat brgy. kelangan green tricyle ang sasakyan nyo, kc batas na ng mun. of calatagan route of trycicle. salamat po

  34. JhaypeeG.
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    Wow..this is a great discovery. Maybe we can consider this next summer vacation. Thank you for haring this. πŸ™‚

  35. Jenny Santiago
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    Thanks for sharing!

    Im planning to go to Burot beach on June 22-23, then on to Balayan on the 24th for the Parada ng Lechon festival. Meron bang gusto sumama? πŸ™‚

  36. Anonymous
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    That's why the pictures look familiar. I've known this as Elizalde's, been here since 2003-2005, glad to see the place hasn't changed, still no electricity tho

  37. Anonymous
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    Thanks for all the tips πŸ™‚

  38. ramon christopher insigne
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    Contact the tricycle drver if you wnt to go dr 09062236579

  39. Anonymous
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    Hello, po balak po namin pumunta this november sa borot beach since ito lang araw na makaka punta kami pwede pa kaya may suggest ako na budget getaway trip pinuntahan namin to last summer april 2013 boracay de cavite ternate ganda rin po dyan..

  40. Chasing Philippines
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    Hi! Thanks for sharing. πŸ™‚
    Private resort po ba ang Boracay de Cavite Ternate?

  41. Hushkie
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    Boracay de cavite is marine base kaya private po sya open sya ng summer pag punta namin ng april pero my araw sya na sarado kaya search nyo muna po bago pumunta doon, kailangan lang din may sariling sasakyan kasi walang bus na dumadaan pa punta sa beach.

  42. Chasing Philippines
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    @ Hushkie,

    Ah okies po. Salamat! πŸ™‚

  43. dhanvantari
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    Hi,

    Great blog you got here! πŸ™‚ My friends and I recently started our getaways to cliff jumping spots near Manila. Would you know of and recommend a beach that has cliff jumping/ diving spots that are at least 25 feet high? πŸ™‚

    So far we've been to ampere, baler and anilao, batangas πŸ™‚

    Thanks in advance

  44. Anonymous
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    gud eve….just want to ask…is the place still open to all?…we are planning to go there this coming nov 2 til' nov 3…

  45. Mich Borlagdan
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    @ dhanvantari

    as far as i know you can also do cliff jumping in Maculabo Island.
    here's the link:
    https://chasingphilippines.com/2010/06/maculabo-island.html#.UnGPmRw2-68

  46. Anonymous
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    maganda kaso rough road

  47. Rodel Adinit
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    sa mga interesado pong pumunta sa burot beach,,pls contact..0949-7411-982/0918-3832515..trycicle driver po aq n ng hhatid sa burot beach…

  48. Rodel Adinit
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    pls contact..0949-7411-982/0918-3832-515

  49. Anonymous
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    hi

  50. Anonymous
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    we're planning to go to burot beach this coming friday,,open pa po ba xa?

  51. Mich Borlagdan
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    Hi po! Ang alam ko po is open pa sya.

  52. Jhon Baguisi
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    Hi,

    We we're there last week. Yep, it's open. A tip… Make sure you arrive at Burot Beach on or before 4PM, if you plan to have an overnight stay. This is a good opportunity to buy food, water, and stuff on the market place near Sto. Domingo Church. Btw, don't miss the sunset πŸ˜‰

    Have a great time!

  53. melcolm aurelio
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    Do they allow bonfires at night? :))

  54. Anonymous
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    Table lang po ba ang babayadan dito or meron pa din pong entrance fee? Kanino po nagbabayad?

  55. Ezsie Cencilla
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    Love this place…been here last 16February2014…love it and will be coming back. They already asked for an entrance fee of Php65 for adult and Php35 for kids.

  56. Anonymous
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    May CR po ba sa place?

  57. Kirk Acebron
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    Wow, very detailed post! Makapag Burot na nga! Thanks for this one! πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€

  58. Mich Borlagdan
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    Meron po. Pero hindi kalinisan.

  59. Mommy Bhe
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    hi po! planing to go there w/ my husband and my 2years old daughter to celebrate my bday.. is it safe for babies? may entrance din po ba ang toddler? at marami po bang jellyfish? safe po ba magswim ang baby? sorry po daming tanong.. thanks in advance!

  60. Mich Borlagdan
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    Hi po. I think safe sya sa babies. I have a friend na sinama nya yung below 1 yr old nya na baby. Okay and malinaw yung water. Pero of course, still depends if medyo sensitive ang skin ni baby. Tsaka make sure to really look after the baby while swimming.. Wala po kasing lifeguards. Regarding entrance fee, ill ask my friend po if nagbayad sya for her baby.

  61. Mommy Bhe
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    thanks sis! great help tlga itong blog mo. very detailed at madaling sundan. this will be the first time we'll go out of town with our daughter. mahirap na kc magtravel pag may baby. it was 3years ago pa when we last saw the beach kaya super excited πŸ™‚

  62. Cheb Terencio
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    open pa po ba to? nagbabalak kase kame pumunta this weekend e

  63. Anonymous
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    mabato po ba yung dagat?

  64. Mich Borlagdan
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    Hindi po.

  65. Eizel Brazas
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    Hello po..just wanna know po the possible rides that we can take and their time of operation from manila-calatagan..we're planning to go there this weekend.. Thanks..

  66. Eizel Brazas
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    Hello po..just wanna know po the possible rides that we can take and their time of operation from manila-calatagan..we're planning to go there this weekend.. Thanks..

  67. Chi-chi023
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    I want to ask po kung malaki yung nipa hut nila? at kung how much yung fare sa boat per head papuntang starfish island? We we're planning to go there this april 11 kasi. thanks in advance..:)

  68. Anonymous
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    Hello good day! Ask lang if maraming available na tent dyan and how much if magrerent nrin? Thank you!

  69. Mich Borlagdan
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    Hindi ko po alam if gaano karami yung tents nila. Nagdala po kasi kami ng sarili naming tents. Pero ang alam ko po php200 yung rental fee sa tent

  70. Anonymous
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    wala pong nipa hut dun, tents and tables lang, sa bangka naman 30php/pax

  71. jessa tadeo
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    I should say its perfect what you see here in the internet absolutely true…i just been in burot last weekend and its beautiful..water is green-blue color.lots of fishes and starfish….nice views to take pictures..really had a great fun πŸ™‚

  72. jessa tadeo
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    I should say its perfect what you see here in the internet absolutely true…i just been in burot last weekend and its beautiful..water is green-blue color.lots of fishes and starfish….nice views to take pictures..really had a great fun πŸ™‚

  73. violetlady
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    Love the pictures… thinking of going here for a day trip… hirap kasi my friend has work di din maka-leave…
    yung buses ba to calatagan every hour ang alis? thanks for the post πŸ™‚

  74. Anonymous
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    nice beach. new place for holy week. so excited..

  75. Anonymous
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    Thank you po. God Bless :)))

  76. Chasing Philippines
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    I wont really recommend this place during weekends and especially this Holy Week. Masyadong maraming tao ang pumupunta at nagiging madumi ang buong lugar pati ang dagat.

  77. SoftWhirlwind Sighs
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    –ganun po ba? we're going there on saturday pa naman πŸ™

  78. Marlon Mendez
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    Just been at Burot last Sunday April 13. as part of the celebration to my OJT graduating students of K12. The place is good. we enjoy the day tour… next time we will try the night out. Mang Ramon the care taker is very accommodating we got special treatment. we got lost some how…. but who can be lost at Burot? a known beach at barangay Tanagan, Calatagan Batangas.Its Perfect hide out a perfect get away…. i'll be back soooooooooooooooon very soon!

  79. Anonymous
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    Inquirie… magkno po any entrance and cottage

  80. Aubrey Bugarin
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    Hi! Eh kung may dalang tent, may babayadan pa bang entrance fee?

  81. Anonymous
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    Hi!Wala ba tlgang nagtitingda ng mga kung ano ano dun?like souvenirs and stuff like pearls??? πŸ˜€ TIA

  82. Anonymous
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    i will brung to burot beach just call or text kuya june contact number 0946-205-2027

  83. Chasing Philippines
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    Hi,

    Wala po since Burot is an undeveloped beach.

  84. FATE
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    Hi, do you know any resorts near Burot beach? Not exactly super near but kahit yung mattravel lang namin even within an hour. Thanks in advance! πŸ™‚

  85. Anonymous
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    Entrance over night P130. Isa lng washroom, isang CR marumi, kaya wag nalang magswimming dahil pipila ka ng mahigit 1-2 hr para magbanlaw! mahina ang tubig, mahal ang tent P400 kasya tatlong tao. Walang electricity, baon kau lampara. Not recommended sa peak season or weekend dami tao. Kumikitang kabuhayan ni Henry Sy at hindi pa nagbibigay ng official receipt yung entrance na guard! Binubulsa lang ata mga bayad. OMG! Pinakaworst na napuntahan ko! hahaha

  86. Ron Vitug
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    Kung di kayo adventurer o maarte sensitive di kayo bagay dito,ang habol dito yung fun at adventure saka fresh beachfront and sceneries.pero mapapa awe ka sa ganda ng burot!not reccomended sa mga pa sosyal at nag iinarteng di naman bagay na tao!!! Peace

  87. Ron Vitug
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    Burot is a secret beach in calatagan batangas.di pa sya develop owned by sm …yes SM henry sy.nakapunta na ko dyan last 2005,di ko rekomendado sa maarte at pa cute na mga beach goers.totally hanap nyo adventure na mura pero kalidad na masaya sa tropa o sa pamilya da best ang burot.kung pupunta kayo dito on the way pa lang mag ready na kayo or buy some food na din saka mga inumin,yelo

  88. Ron Vitug
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    Burot is a secret beach in calatagan batangas.di pa sya develop owned by sm …yes SM henry sy.nakapunta na ko dyan last 2005,di ko rekomendado sa maarte at pa cute na mga beach goers.totally hanap nyo adventure na mura pero kalidad na masaya sa tropa o sa pamilya da best ang burot.kung pupunta kayo dito on the way pa lang mag ready na kayo or buy some food na din saka mga inumin,yelo

  89. stephanie superal
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    Burot beach see you on May 2 , 2014 πŸ™‚

  90. Mary de chavez
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    Sinong pupunta sa burot beach sa MAY 2, 2014? kita kits tayo doon πŸ˜›

  91. Anonymous
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    May 1 πŸ˜€ kmi with my friends πŸ™‚

  92. stephanie superal
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    kame po πŸ™‚

  93. Mary de chavez
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    kwento ka naman, maganda po ba talaga dun?.. safe po ba pag nag overnight?

  94. Mary de chavez
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    kwento ka naman, maganda po ba talaga dun?.. safe po ba pag nag overnight?

  95. Mary de chavez
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    overnight po ba kayo?

  96. Mommy Bhe
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    hi ms. Mich.. update po sa mga bus na diretsong Calatagan wla na po sila sa may likod ng sogo hotel.. nasa coastal mall na po ung kanilang terminal.. bale ung nagbus kami.. bumaba kami sa may lian market tpos dun na kami sumakay ng jeepney papuntang calatagan market naman :))

    We had a great time sa Burot.. my baby is so happy.. it's her first time to swim sa beach

  97. Mommy Bhe
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    may nagtitinda po sa burot ng softdrinks at yelo.. ang coke 1.5 nila ay 60.00 ang yelo na bloke is 20.00 ang halohalo nila is 30.00 :)) may icecream pa na dumadaan 15.00 lang ^__^ enjoy sa mga pupunta!

  98. stephanie superal
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    opo. ovey nyt kame

  99. stephanie superal
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    talaga po malapet lang ba ang bilihan dun ng mga yan? pwede ba mag inom ng alak at my nabibilhan din po ba ng mga alak sa burot?

  100. Burot beach is beautiful but it is not a secret beach (as others claim). The beach was packed last Labor Day weekend and we had to walk all the way to where the mangroves were to get away from the crowd. I think the water ran out and the CR's were FILTHY. There are no garbage bins and no proper garbage disposal system and what made it worse was that beach goers just leave their trash. Beach goers, please be responsible and dispose of your trash properly.

  101. Burot beach is beautiful but it is not a secret beach (as others claim). The beach was packed last Labor Day weekend and we had to walk all the way to where the mangroves were to get away from the crowd. I think the water ran out and the CR's were FILTHY. There are no garbage bins and no proper garbage disposal system and what made it worse was that beach goers just leave their trash. Beach goers, please be responsible and dispose of your trash properly.

  102. Anonymous
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    great blog. im planning to go this weekend. thanks for the ideas and instructions πŸ™‚

    -ayen16

  103. kendra
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    what is their rate if you don't mind?

  104. Rodel Adinit_0949-7411-982
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    httpsplus.google.comu0112665640580850760847posts….tingnan nyo n n lng po ung mga post q sa blog q..andun din po ang # q..salamat po..

  105. Rodel Adinit
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  107. Anonymous
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    Hi my son is looking for a near Manila beach.. i want to know if there is a place where they can stay they are group of 10 teenagers who what to have fun

  108. carlo diamante
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    HI Im gem.. We're planning to go in Burot for out team building.. I just wanna know some information like on where we can rent a tent or buy a potable water… Thanks, hope somebody can help me… 09183914676

  109. Chasing Philippines
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    For the potable water, there's a talipapa before the cemetery where a mineral water refill station is located.

  110. Anonymous
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    Open pa po ba to in public?

  111. Anonymous
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    Okay lang po kaya pmnta sa burot beach ng gabi?

  112. Juliet Angeles
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    Hi po!
    Pupunta po kami sa Gabi ng march 27? Pagbubuksan po kaya kami ng guard kahit gabihin kami?let's say 10pm?

  113. Chasing Philippines
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    Yes. Open pa po to for public. And yes, madami pong nagpupunta ng gabi dun, pinapapasok naman po.

  114. rezt collantes
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    sir/mam. favor nmn po. planning on may 12 (overnight). pwede po b mahingi updated details ng burot. mgkno po kya rates/fees? may electricity n po b? gno po kalayo yung palengke? klnagn p kc nmin n mas ready kc may kasama kaming bata. thanks po….

  115. seijie serotaler
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    hi! may cr po ba sa burot beach? ok lng khit la cottages bsta me anlawan po hehe thanks! πŸ˜€

  116. Chasing Philippines
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    Yes po may CR for banlawan.

  117. Anonymous
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    ….Helo po! Wer planning to spend our outing at burot beach,,,,May 01,2015…san po pwede mginquire? Mga 25 po kami lhat…We're teachers from lipa city…I'll leave my # 09057274162

  118. Chasing Philippines
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    Hi,

    I really dont really recommend to go there during holidays or weekends especially ngayong summer. For sure, sobrang dami ng tao. Dudumi ang lugar at hindi maeenjoy

  119. Anonymous
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    Good day!!! Asked ko lng babayaran p rin po b yung pgtatayuan ng tent??? Hiwalay p po b to sa entrance fee… Thanks and godbless
    .

  120. Chasing Philippines
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    Hi,

    Wala na pong bayad yun. Unless na lang if magrent ka ng tent mula sa kanila.

  121. Anonymous
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    pde po amg overnight dito

  122. Chasing Philippines
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    Yes. May mga malapit na tindahan. Actually mas dumami yung stores ngayon so mas convenient na. Sana lang wag masyadong maging ganun ka overcrowded and commercialized yung stores.

  123. Jason Cruz
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    The fastest way to reach Burot Beach is to hire a car because it's 4 hours drive from Metro Manila. It looks like its hard to find this place but it's worth it to visit Burot Beach because it's charming beach. Very relaxing place with fine white sand. Perfect getaway for my family and friends. Thank you for sharing.

  124. Wends
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    We are planning to go there July 24-25 this year 2015, still open pa po ba? malapit lang ba yung market sa beach para in case na biglang may kailangan kainin?

  125. Chasing Philippines
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    Yes bukas pa po. Pero medyo malayo yung market. mga 15-20 mins away

  126. Anonymous
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    Open paren po ba?

  127. Anonymous
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    Hi, meron po bang nakaka-alam kung anong oras ang first trip ng mga Van sa likod ng Kabayan Hotel sa Pasay going to Calatagan or Balayan? Baka din po meron din po silang contact sa mga Van drivers dun, pwede mo makahingi ng number nila. Thanks!

  128. Daniel Baaya
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    for sure naman open padin sila ngayun for public right??

  129. Chasing Philippines
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    So far, wala pa naman update na sarado na sila.

  130. Unknown
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    hi po…
    open p po b until now?
    we're planning to go there on mar.5-6.
    can i have any contact no. po for inquiries?
    thanks!

  131. Anonymous
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    I just read your article..thank you very much! Very informative.
    it seems your article was copied.. same content with
    http://exploremystyle.blogspot.com/2014/05/burot-beach-calatagan-batangas.html

  132. Chasing Philippines
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    Great catch. Thanks for the heads up. I left a comment on the blogpost you mentioned. Thanks again! πŸ™‚

  133. Zchel Ronquillo
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    Safe ba for swimming yung beach? specially sa mga kids 4y/o above.

  134. Zchel Ronquillo
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    Safe ba for swimming yung beach? specially sa mga kids 4y/o above.

  135. Chasing Philippines
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    Yes po. Okay lang iwanan. Mababaw lang kasi.

  136. Greg Villanueva
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    Hello, any contact person in Burot beach? We are a group of 20 staying at Calatagan and would like to visit the beach. Thank you

  137. Chasing Philippines
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    all the details are posted above.

  138. Unknown
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    planning to go there. hanggang ilang tents po pede irent? 12 po kasi kmi,sana may magreply. thanks

  139. Anna Actas
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    planning to go there. hanggang ilang tents po pede irent? 12 po kasi kmi,sana may magreply. thanks

  140. Chasing Philippines
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    Hindi ganun karami yung tent. So, if I were you you may buy and bring your own. Baka kasi may iba ding magrent especially if weekends kayo pupunta.

  141. Rolan Navidad
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    Cnu pwede contakin pag nag inquire. This april na kmi . magrent kmi ng jeep . kaso nd namin alam ung way

  142. Chasing Philippines
    | Reply

    Madali lang sya hanapin. Hindi rin namin alam yung way nung pumunta kami. May instructions po sa taas.

  143. Unknown
    | Reply

    hmm how. much po pag overnyt

  144. Chasing Philippines
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    It's stated on the blogpost po.

  145. Gracie Maulion
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    Hello,can you recommend a resort near Burot Beach? We're planning to have a daytour with our toddler then look for a resort near the area 😊 Your suggestion will be highly appreciated 😊

  146. jc toledo
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    sobrang crowded na ang Burot Beach… hindi na namamaintain ng Maayos…makalat, maraming basura

  147. Chasing Philippines
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    We haven't noticed any nearby resorts. Pero since it's in Calatagan, that's where you can start. πŸ™‚

  148. Chasing Philippines
    | Reply

    Yun lang. Sayang. Tsktsk

  149. Romeo Fortuno
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    Burot Beach is close
    Santa Anna beach like burot beach, comping site 50each per head overnight stay.
    I'm sure you can enjoy
    the beautiful white sand
    the clean water
    you can relax the beautiful place
    Try I Believe it
    just call or text kuya : Romy
    to guide you any time you want
    or tricycle ride to Santa Anna beach . and tent for rent
    contact #:09266452950

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    | Reply

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  151. verthilertva
    | Reply

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