We enjoyed the long road trip as it is very scenic and greenery. We stopped by at a fruit stand and bought mangoes and jackfruit before proceeding to Calatagan.
Photo opportunity under the heat of the sun. Imagine how hot the place is at the peak of summer. We came here in the last few days of May when the rainy season almost started to come in.
Entrance fee at the resort is P400 for adult and P200 for child. You don't need to book a reservation. Playa Calatagan residential owners have special rate. Please check it out in their website.
Which SPF to choose? Kind of confuse?! Don't forget to bring SPF lotion to protect your skin.
Getting ready for selfie.
My daughter and I walked along the stretch of shoreline. And ooh, I love the smell of the sea. We planned to do some water activities late afternoon when the sun was not too harsh for our skin. Unfortunately, when the sun went down, the water subsided too. I suggest that you do water activities in the morning when the water is still in the high tide state.
Nevertheless, they enjoyed the pool and the giant slide.
Are these hermit crabs? There are many of these in the shore.
The obligatory jump shot!
and the shadow selfie!
I didn't realize that we've been here 16 years ago when it's not yet developed. Only then I figured out after seeing the rock formations and when the low tide in the afternoon revealed. Yes, somewhere here. We've been here before. How nostalgic.
Let me segue a bit on the road on our way back home. The two motorists somehow gave us an unusual view. I hope they still focus on the road and not on the thrill of being together.
We were caught by the traffic in the middle of the trip.
We left Calatagan at 5:30pm and arrived home past 9.