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Dicasalarin Cove

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Dicasalarin Cove

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Manross Alsagon wrote a review Apr 2020
Bacoor, Philippines8 contributions
This place is superb! Was lucky to visit this place before in the ECQ. We came here January, good thing because we enjoyed the site alone. We are the first to come during that day. Entrance is Php 300 per head and Php 100 for the car 'cuz we actually brought our own service. The road is tight and only one car (sedan) can pass at a time. No worries, there will be a guide at the entrance to control traffic. There's a pub where we enjoy our lunch and got a taste of Baler authentic cuisine.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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mvdolotanora wrote a review Nov 2019
Luzon, Philippines2 contributions1 helpful vote
We went there october 30,2019 and it was raining hard. We still decided to go and when we got there we are the only people that time! We are amazed by the beauty of the cove. Sun decided to show up when we got on the top of the lighthouse.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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ennyvrej wrote a review Oct 2019
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Stunning view and nice beach we visited this place accidentally and just followed google maps :) :) :) ... 1.entrance fee is around Php 350.00 2. open 6am-6pm 3. you can reach via boat or via private vehicle just follow google maps 4. a restaurant is available inside the cove 5. Public comfort room are not maintained 6. no overnight accommodation (i think) 7. cottages/nipa are first come first serve basis 8. no staff to assist to your needs 9. spacious parking space 10. breath taking view all in experience is excellent due to the beach, view and activities you can do in the cove...
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Chin❤️ wrote a review Sep 2019
Pasay, Philippines22 contributions
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I would rate this excellent forever!! Dicasalarin really gives you a heart melting view, even when you’re about to go there you will see a nice and captivating view from above before you reach the place. Even the road going there is scary but really have a nice view! It’s so scenic and amazing!🌹
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Date of experience: September 2019
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nicekafern wrote a review Jul 2019
Consolacion, Philippines64 contributions4 helpful votes
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Its an expensive place to go for budget traveler, but it was all woth it. It does not feel like the usual Philippine landscape, and makes your proud to be a Filipino to have such a wonderful place in your country. Feel the nature as you are tucked inside the cove with towering cliffs from both directions. Climb the cliff with an odd looking lighthouse that will give you a view of 2 coves that are constantly smashed by waves of the mighty Pacific Ocean.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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