We keep coming back here every time we visit. The access to the beach can’t be beat. You can have your meals and watch the kids play at the beach right in front of you.
The food is not bad (for Filipino fare) and they even have nightly performances.
The rooms, however, are wanting for attention. There were never enough towels, or toilet paper, and the bathrooms could use an upgrade.
The beach area is spectacular, though, with schools of fish just a few swim strokes away. Googles are a must, snorkels would be even better.
Great views of the rainforest as well. Check out the Banite trail if you can, the local Aetas will teach you about the local flora and fauna. The trees are amazing.
Sad to see the expansion of more huts for rent where the Banite trail is though. I hope they keep that activity going. More visitors should have the option of knowing about the rainforest.
We keep coming back because of everything else it has to offer, not the rooms.More