Uncovering Bataan’s Most Beautiful Beaches and Falls
If you are looking for a weekend getaway or a short vacation near Manila, then Bataan is an ideal province to visit. You don’t need to go through the heavy traffic of Manila nor book an expensive flight to reach it as you can just ride a one hour ferry to get to Bataan!
5 beaches and falls you must visit when in Bataan
Situated in Barangay Binukawan in Bagac, Lumutan Falls is a 20 meter high falls that can be reached after a 45-minute walk. Tourists that have visited the falls absolutely adored its clear waters and scenic view that makes every spot very Instagrammable.
Now if you’re looking for a place that’s easier to reach, then you should check out Dunsulan Falls. However, you will have to ride the longest zip line in the Central Luzon to get there. But once you reach the falls, you will enjoy one of the most relaxing spot in Barangay Liyang in Pilar, Bataan.
Playa la Caleta
Another beautiful beach in the province of Bataan is Playa la Caleta in Morong. It is an eco-tourism resort that features a 1-kilometer white sand, 1-hectare islet known as the Miguelito Island, beach tents for guests who wants to stay overnight and so much more.
Another popular fall in the town of Bagac is Ambon-Ambon Falls that is said to be the tallest waterfalls in the province. It is approximately 100 feet high with waters flowing from Mount Natib. Tourists who are adventurous can opt to go down the waterfalls via rappelling.
Last but certainly not the least is Camaya Coast which is one of the prime leisure resort with residential development in Bataan. It is located in the southernmost part of Bataan and one of the famous five fingers in the province. It features fine sands, clear waters and the most beautiful view of Mt. Mariveles.
Getting Around Bataan
You don’t need to rent a car to get around Bataan, you can actually book a tricycle ride using a Grab app. You can also contact Bataan Tourism office so they can arrange a tour for you that includes van transfers from one place to another and a DOT accredited tour guide.
For more inquiries and bookings, please contact the provincial tourism office at 63 917 6716995 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.