WELCOME TO CABONGAOAN BEACH, PANGASINAN (CABO BEACH)

I've been searching for beaches over the internet and this is the one that I really want to go. This hasn't been commercialized yet, and that's the best part of it!



I've tried searching for blogs on this hidden paradise. The last one I saw was on year 2013!


THE JOURNEY

So I checked with Victory Liner Cubao for their schedules and what route should I take going to Cabongaoan Beach. Good thing, the operator is nice and friendly. (2 thumbs up to VL)

Okay, so their last trip going to Alaminos is 10:40PM. So I went there around 9:00PM to make sure that I would be able to board the bus. The only thing that's messed up with VL, is that they can't clear up their Rules. So, I was already sitting in the Bus when suddenly, there are some people, looking for seat numbers...that's when I realized, it was a reserve seat. I asked the conductor, and I was told to buy a ticket, and when I arrived at the terminal earlier I was told that I don't need a ticket. 

In short, I was waiting for an hour and a half not knowing that a ticket is needed to board the bus. Luckily, there's more seats available so I was able to board the last trip. 

*** Notice: Last trips going to Alaminos needs ticket reservation to make sure you'll board the last trip. First trip is 12:00AM

So the Travel time is around 5 hours reaching Alaminos, Pangasinan. As per the VL operator, the bus trips going to Burgos from Alaminos starts at 3:00AM. I arrived exactly 3:00AM at Alaminos VL Terminal and was able to board the bus going to Burgos (First Trip). 

The downfall on this was I thought the ride from Alaminos to Burgos is approximately 2 hours, and damn I was already at Burgos at 4:00AM. Haha, The wet market isn't open yet! So, I just wandered there for almost 2 hours to wait for the wet market to open. (Take note, there's no stores opened yet. But there were tricycle drivers and passengers waiting for a bus on where I was wandering. Haha) 

At last! it's 5:45AM, the market opens! Hallelujah! I was able to pick some meat and eggs to eat at the beach and some vegetables. Then, I was told that I can buy freshly caught fish at the beach area and I was so excited!

After buying some condiments and things I need, I called a tricycle driver and informed him that I'm going to Cabongaoan Beach and also contracted him to pick me up the next day. (Sorry didn't save his number. But don't worry there are lots of tricycle in Burgos - same charge)

So from Burgos going to Cabongaoan Beach, it took around 2 - 3 hours to reach the area. It was a bumpy and smokey ride! The roads aren't finished yet, but it's worth the trip! 



Good thing is that there are resorts open. There's a campsite resort, where you can just bring your own tent (didn't ask the charge how much since I don't even have a tent), there are also some cheap cottages/bahay kubo ranging from 500-800php, there are also high-end resorts that costs from 3000-5000 (Vacation House Style). 

So I went to the kubo cottage since it's the cheapest and I don't have my own tent. Okay, so the locals there are friendly, they let me borrow their grilling equipment which is nice and I was informed that we can buy fresh squids/fish around the area. 

For those who are toilet freaks like me. The only thing I'm concerned at first was the CR/Toilet. The restrooms there aren't as fancy probably unlike the ones on the high end resort. But the place I ended up only has a public restroom which are also being used by the "Bantay Dagat" Team. It's not really dirty. 

Electricity, yes there's electricity so you can bring your chargers and such. If you are using Smart, bad luck for your since there's no SIGNAL on the area. Only Globe subscribers are getting Signal on the beach. 

There are mini stores there, but it's a bit of a long walk. So better, buy the things you need before going to the area. 

THE BEACH

The place was breath-taking! It's better than Boracay! It's better than any other beaches I've seen. The sand is mocha-white and it's very fine!




When I arrived there, the beach is on High Tide and then, reaching the afternoon around 3:00PM, the water slowly goes down. It's Low Tide! I was able to walk almost at the middle of the beach and it was awesome!

So, I took advantage of the low tide time and went to the other side where there were hidden caves and I was told that it was a hiding spot for Japanese soldiers in the early era. Cool!



After a very long walk at the beach. I was told by a local that a pawikan was found and was brought to the Bantay Dagat Team. I can take pictures but only when they are releasing the turtle. They put a mark on the turtle for protection, probably because if other would have caught this, they might sell it for a fortune.

So here comes the Sun set.


There are no bars or gimmicks on this area. I just bought some alcohol and watch the sun set. 
Oh, there's Videoke haha.. That's the only entertainment I had for the night.



GOING HOME

At 12:00AM, I tuck myself in and woke up around 6:00AM in the morning. The morning is awesome, so as the Coffee.

I did another stroll and set up my camera to take shots. *** self timer at it's best! Haha

I waited for the manong tricycle driver and He picked me up around 10:00AM and was able to reach Burgos, around 12:00PM. 

From Burgos, I waited for a jeep to passby going to Alaminos and so I arrived at the Victory Liner Terminal around 2:00PM. I asked around where I can buy some PADAS to take home. So I walked around and found a Wet Market near a mall there. 

I boarded the Bus going to Cubao and left exactly 3:00PM. Travel time from Alaminos to Cubao is 7-8 hours and it depends on the Traffic. 


(Solo) EXPENSES AND HOW TO GET HERE

Take a Victory Liner Bus at Cubao going to Alaminos/Bolinao. Get off at Alaminos Terminal and take another bus going to Burgos. From Burgos, contract with any tricycle there to take you to Cabongaoan Beach and ask them to pick you up the next day or when you are going home. 

Going home, so wait for the tricycle to pick you up and bring you to Burgos Wet Market. From there, wait for a jeepney going to Alaminos and have them drop you off at the Cubao Bus Terminal (Victory Liner). Last trip going to cubao is 3:00PM. So make sure you arrive there before 3:00PM. 

Cubao - Alaminos (Victory Liner) - P393.00 (you have to buy a ticket before boarding the bus)
Alaminos - Burgos (Victory Liner) - P39.00
Food for 1 (Overnight) - P300.00
Burgos - Cabo Beach (Tricycle contract) - P300.00
Cottage/Kubo - P500.00
Burgos - Cabo Beach (Tricycle contract) - P300.00
Burgos - Alaminos (Jeep) - P26.00
Alaminos - Cubao (Victory Liner) - P393.00 (no reservation required, pay on the bus)


Total Expenses: P2251

Suggestion: It would be cheaper if you are in a group. 

Here are some resorts online: 
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cabo-Beach-Resort/212955635385528
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cabongaoan-Beach-Rovens-Place/625350290926306

Comments

  1. Great shots. I wanna marry you for this great find. Cheers!

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    1. Hahaha Thanks. :) I'll find more beaches here in Philippines. Thank you for reading my blog!

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  2. Roven's place is the campsite resort at the middle of the beach area (the spot where there are leaning coconut trees, and beside the bantay dagat building). The camping fee is 200/pax/night. Just bring your own tent. It's really cheap considering the kindness of the owners, Kuya Inggo and Ate Venus. they try to provide you whatever it is that you need and which they can provide. There's nothing fancy here. very basic amenities. but i don't mind. their place is peaceful, safe and very picturesque. they have a new kubo type around 1k i think. very negotiable.

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    1. Yep I saw their page before I went to the beach hehe, Thanks for the comment! :)

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    2. Hi, does Roven's place have a CR?

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    3. I believe so. If ever they don't have a CR, meron po available sa Bantay Dagat Team. May CR po sila dun.

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    4. Hi! Do they have tents for rent? :)

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    5. yes they have. we just went there April 1, 2017

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    6. do you have contact numbers at Roven's place? i am trying to call them but their numbers are not reachable.

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    7. is there any fee for tents?

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  3. hows the road from burgos to the beach? rough? cemented?

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    1. almost half of the road is already fixed and cemented. :)

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  4. hi nice adventure ma'am sa Cabongoan namiss ko itong beach na to nagandahan din ako sa lugar na to :) na invite ako sa lugar na to para iblog ito last year 2013 :)

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    1. hi! manong unyol.after your group cam,bigla dumami ang mga local tourists.thanks for the blog.sana may get together for the group.

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  5. habang binabasa ko na raramdaman ko tlga kung pano ung expirience mo...haha gsto ko puntahan..pero mukang hndi adviseble saming mag asawa na may 2 years old na anak..were from rizal province pa kasi...anyway try nmin makarating dyan..siguro kaming mag asawa lang..thanks for sharing!

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    1. Pwede niyo po mapuntahan if meron po kayong kotse. :) Medyo long ride nga lang po hehe

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  6. Hi! Just wanted to share. My friends and I have been there last May 1-3, 2015. Yes, the place is very peaceful, relaxing and quiet. No words can express how accommodating Sir Inggo and Ate Venus are as they will try to provide you whatever it is that you need. We have loved the place so much and been planning to get back the soonest.

    Actually, I've been planning to get back here alone since I have my own tent, though. :)

    Thank you for sharing your experience SheTravels! :)

    Looking forward to your future discovered beaches here in the Philippines.

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    1. Thank you! It's one of the most beautiful place I've seen. I'll post more once I get back to Traveling :)

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  7. Hi! I just wanna ask if you have contacted someone for your accomodation? Thanks in advance.

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    1. Thank you for reading my blog. Actually i dont have any contact when i wnt there and unfortunately i wasnt able to save the number on the place i stayed. But, they have a few resorts there that you can find online. ;) search cabo beach

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  8. Hi, I am from Burgos, Pangasinan and indeed Cabongaoan Beach is very beautiful. Those of you who are tired of the same old vacation destinations where you go every summer should really try this. The place is not yet densely populated. And if you want some adventure, you climb the "tangrib" as we call it. just ask the locals how to get there, walking distance. BTW, nice blog!!

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    1. Thank you so much for having time to read my blog. :) Your beaches in pangasinan is absolutely stunning! I'm planning to go on a back 2 back trip to cabongaoan haha :)

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  9. Hi. Any chance you still have Kuya Inggo or Ate Venus's contact numbers?

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    1. Hi Bing. they have a page in facebook. it's called Roven's Place - Cabongaoan Beach. all infos are provided over there.

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  10. Hi SHeTravels, Have you also visited Tambobong Beach? Cause We are planning to go here for a night but we are thorn between these two. Which would you suggest? Thanks!

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    1. Hi JM! Thank you for reading my blog. Tambobong is a great place as well! But I were to choose a place, i would say Cabongaoan since it hasnt been commercialized yet...Tambobong beach has a lot of jelly fish and resorts near by if you want to have a nice place to sleep in. ;)

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  11. Thanks a lot SheTravels! BTW is it safe for us to bring our own car for an overnight parking?

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    1. In cabongaoan, yes its safe. ;) im not quite sure in Tambobong, but if you plan to stay in a resort then probably yes. ;)

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    2. Thank you so much SheTravels!

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  12. Hello Shetravels, we are also planning to visit alaminos and nearby beaches this coming long weekend. We are torn which of the three choices to pick: 1. Tondol Beach 2. Tambobong beach and 3. Cabongaoan. I read in the previous comments that for the latter two, you chose Cabongaoan. How about Tondol beach compared to Cabongaoan? Thanks!

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    1. Hi Maudee! Unfortunately, i havent really checked tondol beach. :(

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    2. You can check out bolinao as well. ;)

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    3. Hi Maudee! Nakapunta na kami sa Tondol beach and there are a loooot of jellyfish and plant (idk how to call them). But the place is nice. Cheap stuff are being sold there especially food. Sobrang nakakarelax yung place pero hindi kami nakaswim dahil sa dami ng jellfish around kahit sa mababang part lang. :)

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  13. wow nice I'm searching for a beaches to unwend so i read ur blog..its look nice to go der w/ my friends..thank u for all de info..Gudjob

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  14. wow nice I'm searching for a beaches to unwend so i read ur blog..its look nice to go der w/ my friends..thank u for all de info..Gudjob

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    1. Thank you Melanie! ;) let me know when you reached the place. ;)

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  15. hello she, do you have a contact details of the resort?

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    1. Unfortunately wala po pero alam ko may website or fb page na po ata sila. Try searching cabo beach resort ;)

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  16. Hello..sa dadaanan po sa papuntang beach may mga bahay bahay po ba?is its safe po to travel like you alone?

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  17. Hello..sa dadaanan po sa papuntang beach may mga bahay bahay po ba?is its safe po to travel like you alone?

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    1. Actually wala po masyado pero may mga makakasalubong po from time to time. Mas okay magtrvel morning since medyo busy sila dahil sa wet market kasi madalas dun din ang daan ng mga nagdadala ng isda from the beach to the burgos market

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  18. hi ma'am good day.. tanong ko lang kung ilan po ang capacity per kubo.. tska kung may entrance fee po sa resort nila

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    1. Im not sure sa mga resorts pero yung kubo na pinagstayan ko di resort pero open for rent. Pwede siguro dun hanggang 5 tao

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  19. Ano pong padas? Thank you po pala sa blog nyo very helpful po... planning to go there. :)

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    1. bagoong sya na may maliliit na isda hehehe

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  20. Hi SHE Travels. Ask ko lang kung sa Cubao VL lang ba may trip going to Alaminos. I live very near kasi sa VL Caloocan/Monumento. Is it also advisable to bring our own tent? Thank you very much!

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    1. As far as I know, yes sa Cubao VL lang po meron papuntang Alaminos po. Yes you can bring your tent to minimize your expenses po, pero if you don't have one, meron naman pong mga cottages and place to stay po dun. Mababait po ang mga tao dun. :)

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    2. Thank you po. I just find the Tric too pricy. Hehe. Anymore suggestions Mam? Yung beach po ba, hindi ma dikya and urchins? Planning to stay here sa Holy week. :) Thank you po ulit! :)

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    3. I think may part na marami urchins pero so far na andun ako hinde naman ako natusol hehe

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    4. Copy that Mam! Thank you very much for the infos. More blogs! :)

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  21. Very nice blog ! Hi po :D Ano po yung pangalan ng resort na may available bahay kubo/cottages for rent ? Need po ba ng reservation this coming holy week ? Or may contact number po ba kayo para makapagreserve ng tutuluyan ?

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    1. Nako madam. Yung bahay kubo na pinagstayan ko di sya resort nagparent lng sila sakin dun. Pero search nyo po Cabo Beach Resort. Di ko lang po sure sa reservation since di po ako sa resort nagstay. ;) Wala rin po ko number medyo masaya po kasi ako at nalimutan ko hahaha

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  22. hahaha . . nag inquire nga po ako sa roven and cabo resort, wala na daw available e. marami din po ba nagcacamping nung pumunta po kayo ?

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    1. Meron po sa Roven's Place. Pwede mag camping pero need niyo magdala ng tent. :)
      Rovens Place 0927-995-7606 or 0906-107-8860 (globe)

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    3. ano po contact number ng cabo beach resorts? 6 families kasi kami ppunta kaya need po namin ng accomodation kasi may mga bata kami kasama. please i need your suggestions and advice

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  23. Ask ko lang kung naka private vehicle ba aabutin pa din ng 2-3 hrs from burgos going to cabo beach? Thanks

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    1. I don't think so. Baka kaya niyo ng 1 hr - 1 hr 45m yun

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  24. Hi!Your blog is soOOo informative but I wanna hear more about the accomodation part.I wanna ask how's the bahay kubo that you've stayed in?Is it like the the typical beach kubo that is open or was it like the commercial one that's walled?and was there an electric outlet?I would appreciate any info.from you.Thanks!

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    1. don't worry there's electricity there. :) The kubo is not part of a resort, it just happened that I was looking for a place to stay and they offered it to me for the night. :D THere are 3 resorts there already in Cabongaoan. One is the Cabo beach Resort, i think they have an FB Page. There's also like a resort where you can set up your own tent.

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  25. I see!so the one that you've stayed in was a private on just that they've been a good samarithan to offer it to you is that right?Coz me and my friends were looking for a place to stay in not necessarily resort or what we just need it roofed,safe and cheap (500 peso maybe)So can you recommend one?thanks

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    1. Mahihirapan na po tayo sa lower rates if peak season kayo punta pero usually na nenegotiate naman po. Im not sure sa resorts po dun how much ang rent nila but to go cheaper you can set up your tents po ;)

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  26. my entrance fee ba ang cabo beach? How much? Thank you..

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    1. Walang entrance fee po sa beach. ;)

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  27. Hi she travels..nice blog..just wanna ask u lang kung ok lang ba yung bus pumasok sa cabo beach..and how about yung road from burgos to cabangoan ok lang ba mkapasok ang bus..i mean pwede ba salubungan..makitid ba yung kalsada?? Thanks ��

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    1. Hi Pia! Thanks for reading my blog. Hinde po makakadaan ang bus papuntang cabo beach. Upto burgos lng pupwede. Pinakamalaking sasakyan po na nakakadaan papuntang cabongaoan is jeep or Van po

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  28. Thanks for sharing/blogging! Informative!

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  29. Hi! Aside from swimming and strolling alongside of the beach, are there any acitivities that we can do?

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    1. hmm, videoke is allowed at that time. Not sure if it is still now. There are no bars in the area.

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  30. Hi! Aside from swimming and strolling alongside of the beach, are there any acitivities that we can do?

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  31. Hi! Ms. SheTravels. Im really glad I stumbled accross your blog. Like you Im not into commercialized and overly crowded beaches haggling over a quite space to relax and unwind. I just dont like too many people around specially when your taking a break out of the daily routine from my stressful job. Because of that I find Cabongaoan the perfect place to be, to relax and enjoy natures most prestine beauty - the beach. The locals are friendly and very accomodating. I stayed at Luzvinda's just beside Rovens, where they set up tents for hire. though, it was quite a long journey, it was worth it and looking to coming back soon for a longer stay at Burgos, Cabongaoan and get to know know the place even more. Thanks for your blog. It was very informative and kudos to you.

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    1. Thank you for taking your time to read my blog. :P Probably, I'll be back again in Cabo next month. lol

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  32. Hi! great article! im planning to visit the area this weekends, i found out that fivestar bus have direct route to burgos from manila so im taking that. But i just have a quick question, tricyles from Burgos to the beach itself is 500 1 way? it's kinda pricey that's why i want to verify. Thanks!

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    1. I think I wrote on my 2nd blog about cabo beach, it cost me 300pesos. Probably, they charged me way higher on my first visit, Baka kasi tourist? lol

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  33. Hi SheTravels~ appreciate your blog.. my family is planning to go there this coming weekend.. will inform our experience when we get there.. thank you so much for your sharing yours! very useful and informative! :)

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    1. Thank you for taking your time to read my blog. :D Let me know what happened on your vacation! :)

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  34. Hi she travel nice blog about the place actually may place dyan like cabo
    located at pideg tambobong try to visit the place cove siya and maganda for jump and dive spot Hindi sya populated and you can camp there for free cr nga lang problem pero pwede naman makisuyo sa mga locals don

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    1. ahhhh yep. nagplan rin ako for tambobong. :D

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  36. hello there ;) ask ko lang is there any public transpo going to cabo beach or Roven's campsite resort? ty i prefer public transpo..ika nga ride with the locals :) thanks Jen

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    1. Yes of course. :) Bus Victory Liner or Five Star going to burgos or Alaminos, then another bus ride from alaminos to Burgos, then tricycle going to the resort/beach :D

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  37. thanks for the reply..notice ko lang ang mahal ng special trip ng trike 500 prang abuso sa tourist peace :)

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    1. oo nga, nung una kala ko ganon tlga ang fare, pero nung 2nd trip ko, 300 ung charge. so baka naloko ako haha

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  38. Thank you she travel very informative. we are planning to there this coming 30 of sept. im so excited to see this very relaxing place.

    ask ko lang po if ok na ang daan from burgos to beach nabasa ko last year half cemented cguro ngayon 2016 ok na? plan kc namin magdala sasakyan thanks a lot & more power!

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  39. Yep! Half cemented na sya nung last ako pumunta. Pwede kotse dun ;)

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  40. Nice blog and thanks for featuring our place, the hidden paradise of burgos pangasinan..

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  41. Nice blog and thanks for featuring our place, the hidden paradise of burgos pangasinan..

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  42. Hi I was wondering if you have any information on the vacation house styles... cant seem to find any online.

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    1. Hi!Kehlani Toeun,
      saw your question.i can help you with that,if you are still interested.
      you can contactme,09275322861.

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  44. Hi. We're planning to have our department summer outing this coming March... my for rent po jan n mga vvaction house style ung good for 20 persons?

    Thanks

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    1. Ang alam ko meron po. I'll try to ask some of my friends don if meron silang alam. I'll get back to you once I have the info.

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    2. sheTravels ako rin paki share rin kung may makita ka na resorts sa cabo beach na pwede ma iaccomodate ang six families. thanks

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  45. hi, ask ko lng ano name ng resort n tinuluyan mo? wer planning ng mga ka workmates ko to go there sa mahal ns araw, cottage lng kc sana ang irent nmin. malaki dn b yung cottage? 20 persons kmi kasama n bata.tnx in advance.

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    1. Hinde po ako nagresort don, as far as I know, meron mga house or cottages na for rent don. ung tinuluyan ko, bahay kubo sya don hinde tlga nila pinaparent pero that time, wala kasi ako matuluyan kaya pinastay nila ako don hehe :D pero try searching Cabo Beach Resort po.

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    2. Hi, Try checking out the ff:

      Roven's Place
      Call 0995-336-8553 / 0927-995-7606 / 0906-107-8860 (globe)

      Viva La Vida Cabo Resort
      +09272019907
      https://www.facebook.com/vivalavidacabobeach/

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  46. Thank you for wonderful travel Beautiful blog. Cabongaoan Beach this Saturday!!! im excited Hopefully we joy it

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  47. we are planning to there (cabo beach) but we are 6 families (family outing kasi) any suggestions naman kung ano resorts na pwede kami ma accomodate?

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    1. Try contacting the ff:

      Roven's Place
      Call 0995-336-8553 / 0927-995-7606 / 0906-107-8860 (globe)

      Viva La Vida Cabo Resort
      +09272019907
      https://www.facebook.com/vivalavidacabobeach/

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  48. hi... i find your blog about cabo beach is very informative. My wife and I are planning to visit this place on february 2017. May mga island hopping activities din ba sila dito?

    thanks and more power po.

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    1. I don't think they do po. But, Tambobong beach and Dasol is only a tricycle away po. So if you want to go to 3 beaches in pangasinan na worth it po. I suggest you try it po :) mga 30mins away lang from Cabo Beach po ung Dasol and Tambobong :)

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    2. ah... i seached tambobong, meron po pala silang island hopping activities.... sige try ko nalang yan. galing pa kasi kami ng manila.. kaya medyo pagod yan byahe namin kung sakali... kaya dpat tlga overnight stay


      thanks po ulit.

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  49. Wonderful blog! Now we decided to go to burgos. Do you have any contact in Burgos where we can stay? Like a transient/vacation house style 20 kasi kami e. hehe. Thank you!

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    1. Sorry po pero wala po akong contact sa Burgos area. :(

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  50. This isnon my list this April!

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    1. Have a safe trip! Enjoy it while it's still not commercialized! :D

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  51. saan po malapit yan? we've been to patar, bolinao 2 weeks ago. lapit na po ba yun?

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    1. actually parang kabilang side. malayo sya sa bolinao. :)

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  52. Hi. May bayad po ba yung tent nila? How much po?

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    1. dun sa Bon's Place, 100 lang rent for tent. Per night. :)

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  53. Nice blog Ms Shetravels, I'm planning to go there this long weekend using my own car with tent mounted on its roof now my question is is it possible to bring my car right at the camp site, btw my car is a lifted 4x4 with oversized mud tires that can run on most sandy area like in Laoag and Paoay.

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    1. hmmm, if your car is bigger than a jeepney, I think you'll have troubles on the road. :)

      The road going to the beach/camp site are narrow.

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  54. How much po yung entrance? and yung rent ng cottage? daytour lang po kasi. Thank you!

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    1. There's no entrance po sa beach. may mga resorts naman po dun if you need cottages.

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  55. what a nice beach......pero sana naman nice and good people din... hindi nga lahat pero sana may bantay din kapag may bisitang darating lalo kapag gabi...kung sinuman ang kumuha ng cellphone ng anak ko, makunsiya ka.....hindi mo yan pinaghirapan...darating din ang karma mo.....sana di pa huli....

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    1. I'm sorry for what happened to you and your family. But if I may ask, san po kayo nagstay? para atleast aware ang mga ka-travelers po natin.

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  56. nice place.....nice din sana mga selected people around.....sana may bantay sa mga nagstay in...my daughter cellphone was stolen last night...kung sino man ang kumuha ng cellphone ng anak ko...kakuntinto ka sa mayroon, at huwag kumuha ng hindi sa iyo, kasalan ang magnakaw....

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  57. Hello,
    Tanung ko lng po un travel time nyo from Burgos to Cabongaoan Beach?
    Kasi base dito, Manila to Alaminos approx 6 hrs, Alaminos to Burgos 2 hrs then Burgos to Cabongaoan Beach 2 hrs din ba? Thanks for the reply..

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    1. mga 1hr to 2hrs depende kung ano dala niyong sasakyan.

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  58. Hi SheTravels! Dahil sa blog mo, 3rd time ko na babalik doon. Thank you. Hehe.

    Tanong ko lang, since this time magcocommute lang ako. Yung from alaminos to burgos, ano sasabihin ko sa kundoktor kung saan ako exactly ibaba?

    Thank you so much. :)

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    1. Good job! :D Thank you for reading my blog, that really makes me happy!

      anyway, kung sa alaminos terminal ng victory liner ang baba mo, may Burgos na bus sila.
      sa Palengke ng Burgos ka baba. Doon ung may mga tricycle. :)a

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    2. Yes, alaminos victory liner terminal baba ko. Sinusundan ko lng din ung nasa blog mo. Hehe.

      Pagbaba ng palengke ng burgos, ung mga dumadaan na tricycle doon pwede na nmin kontratahin or may pila doon na pwede kami pntahan?

      Thank you so much sa pgreply. Hehe. :)

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    3. Yes, pwede mo narin sila Kontratahin don. :) mas okay din kung kunin nio narin number para sa paguwe nio may masakyan na kayo. kasi ang Jeep dun sa Cabo madalang. :)

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  59. so its like 10-12 hours from cubao to cabo beach am i right?

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    1. Probably, depending on traffic. If you leave at around 10-11pm or the last bus from VL Cubao, it will shorten the travel time. ;)

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  60. hi may i ask kung anu po yung resort na katabi ng rovens place? since madadagdagan kai kami ng heads hndi nankami ksya sa rovens na pinbook namin. may katabi po ba sya na resort? na as in katabi na katabi? thanks

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