Bituin Cove, also known as Angara Cove, is one of the underrated islands in Nasugbu, Batangas. This is the perfect day tour getaway for you if you like white sand beaches, water activities, and budget-friendly trips!
My trip to Bituin Cove is really unplanned. Since June 5 was declared a regular holiday, my cousin suddenly thought about going to the beach. She woke me up and asked me to search for a beach in Batangas. Yup, we planned it on the same day. I tried to search using Google but I only found the expensive resorts. Then, I tried my luck on Facebook. I searched for an affordable day tour trip in Batangas and found Bituin Cove.
What to do at Bituin Cove?
The boat ride costs 300 pesos per head. The designated boatmen discussed the itinerary before we did the island hopping. I like how they accommodate us. During the island hopping, they entertained us by giving trivia about the islands.
You don’t need to bring food to feed the fish. The bangkeros have some bread for the fishes. You can feed the fish while on the boat or while swimming!
They provided these goggles so we can see the beautiful corals under the sea. We’re not professional divers so we opt to use the life vests! LOL! The water is clear and we saw all the fishes and corals.
If you’re a daredevil, this will be the best activity for you. People can climb above this underground lagoon and dive from the cliff. Will you do this?
Camping + Bonfire
There are no rooms or cottages for rent. People need to bring their own tents. We didn’t bring any because it’s just a day’s tour. We opt to stay on the shore instead.
This beach is really calm and clean. I can barely feel the waves. I hope they maintain cleanliness.
How to get there?
- From Manila go to Buendia and take a bus going to Nasugbu, Batangas. Then ride a tricycle going to Brgy. Papaya. It will take 3-4 hours.
- If you have a vehicle, you can try a faster route via Ternate – Kaybiang Tunnel – Barangay Papaya.
- For a guide, I recommend Sir Garry Gajisan. Contact him using these numbers: TM- 09364869286 or SMART- 0999 523 5823/ 0999 524 6731
This trip is ideal if you’re on a budget. I only spent 500 pesos on all those activities I mentioned above. Isn’t it cool?
Besides the 500 pesos, I also spent on food because we really came unprepared. They don’t have restaurants or any cafeteria on the island but they have a small store. I bought one kilo of rice for 100 pesos (including the cooking fee). There are also noodles and canned goods for sale in the store.
Anyway, I want to mention that there’s no electricity on the island. Be prepared by bringing power banks!
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Looking for a beach house? Check out my blog about Passy Beach House!