Thursday, September 4, 2014

Patar Beach - Bolinao, Pangasinan

Where To Stay In Patar Beach Bolinao

I love going to the beach, not the pool, not the lake, not even the river but the beach. It’s that sand on my feet and that gentle wind of sea breeze, oh and the seawater that lingers on my skin. Ahh… Pure bliss. And as if I’m going to decline his offer, a friend asked me to this trip with some travel blogger friends at Patar Beach in Bolinao, Pangasinan.

Me and my buddy decided to leave earlier than the group. We felt that an overnight trip would be such a disgrace to this paradise that we’ve yet to discover. 

We went to Victory Liner Bus station at Cubao around midnight and was told that the aircon bus bound to Bolinao just left and the only option we had was to take the non-aircon bus. It was fine because there were like 10 warm bodies inside it and we practically owned the bus. The fare was about 350 pesos each but because I have a student ID I should’ve paid around 280 pesos. But then, our very cold-hearted conductor refused my claim for discount for he said that I should’ve given it to him earlier when we were asked on our endpoint. I don’t wanna cause trouble anymore so I just snoozed my annoyance.

We reached the town of Bolinao at around seven in the morning and immediately went to the nearest eatery where we had a decent breakfast. We then headed to the public market and bought some stuff that we’d surely be needing on this very distant part of Bolinao.

Patar Beach Bolinao Pangasinan
5 pesos each for this super fresh sea urchins
Patar Beach Bolinao Pangasinan
with free scooping!
Looking for a tricycle in the market area to bring us to Patar Beach was easy. We tried to haggle and agreed on 150 pesos for the trip. The ride going to Patar is not that easy. The almost one hour ride (blame it to the road constructions) made our bodies more sluggish. The tricycle dropped us at the White Beach area and decided to give him 200 pesos instead of the negotiated price (the standard rates during lean season).

This will be my first ever beach encounter in the province of Pangasinan and the weather is totally cooperating. And Patar White Beach is indeed a happy beach. And I haven’t even tried the waters yet. 

The clear blue skies and the crystal clear waters were just wonderful. The riffs and rock formations on the far end also looked promising. I was starting to like the vibe of this beach.

Patar Beach Bolinao Pangasinan

With no prior booked accommodation, we scouted the whole stretch of White Beach to check a place where we can stay for the night. The middle part of the beach was way too crowded with daytrippers. The cottages for rent also blocked the nice view of the beach. And with that, I decided to look for a secluded place for us.

Moving away from the crowd, I found this remote resort that seemed to be deserted. I have to ask someone if this place is actually open for renting out. Ate Rose, the caretaker, informed us that the place is a resort and they’re open to accept us for 3,500 pesos per night. I later on learned that it's the Nature's Camp White Beach Resort (check other Bolinao accommodations here).

The resort can hold up to 30 persons (excluding tent accommodation). The huge native hut has one bedroom, its own toilet and bathroom and is enclosed with wide balcony that can be used as sleeping area. An electric fan is provided and a cooking station is available right outside it. Everything's just basic. Don't expect resort-quality stuff here.

The best thing about the resort is the unobstructed view of the sea. A smaller hut was also included in the package. It’s sitting closer to the beach and is the perfect place to chill or sunset watching. With all this, I tried to negotiate with Ate Rose, telling her that we’re only six in the group and if she could provide us with better rates we’d be happy to accept it. We got the whole place for a discounted price and I couldn’t be much happier.

It was a fine day at the beach. The rest of the group will arrive the next day and we have nothing to do but chill. Mealtimes were spent on a nearby eatery that serves all-day silog meals (starting from 50 pesos). Beer and snacks are easy to spot on some stores.

Patar Beach Bolinao Pangasinan
a local delicacy of sticky rice
At around two in the afternoon I’m already boozed up. Thanks to seven hours of non-stop, non-aircon bus ride and another butt-numbing tricycle ride just to get to this beach. Or maybe I just had too much booze. Or no. I don’t know. All I know is that I just woke up from a long effortless sleep and before I could ask my buddy on our whereabouts and what we’re doing there I saw the sun setting from my end.

Speechless. I couldn’t say a word or I dunno how to express my wonder at that perfect moment. And then I realized that I’ve got to finish what I started, the booze.

Patar Beach Bolinao Pangasinan
Asan tayo?
The next day was the big day. We waited for our friends to arrive (in three batches – they’re 4) in the resort. Communication was really challenging in our area for cellphone signals were intermittent so we just waited for whoever arrives first for the last one to arrive may be eliminated, well, not.

The first team to arrive was Julius + Darwin. With fresh produce in tow, we quickly started to slaughter our lunch for the day. Fresh fish, squids (bought from a peddler around the beach) and pork were laid to the grilling station while I was busy chopping off some green mangoes, tomatoes and onions for the salsa.

Patar Beach Bolinao Pangasinan


Patar Beach Bolinao Pangasinan
my perfect salsa mix!
After working it out on the outdoor kitchen, we feasted inside the small hut and enjoyed the view from there. The last team (Kirk + Marx) arrived and we were off for a great escapade sans the bugging from the outside world.

We spent an entire day on this shed with everything we need; food, booze, beach, gorgeous sunset and the perfect company of great friends whom I share the same passion and love affair with traveling and people and culture and long bus rides and being stranded and… Ok, I’m being overly dramatic here.

Patar Beach Bolinao Pangasinan
We lounged mostly on this hut
We snorkeled forever, we laid out our bodies on the bare sand, we stargazed while swimming, we boozed up until we almost catched a glimpse of the early sun, and we totally had fun like kids not thinking about tomorrow.

Patar Beach Bolinao Pangasinan

We could’ve rented a boat and do some island hopping but we didn’t. We were offered by a tricycle driver to do some tours to this certain waterfalls and stuff but we declined. We just stayed there and relished the sun, sea and sand.

Patar Beach Bolinao Pangasinan

We bid our goodbyes to Ate Rose with a promise of revisiting her place again. Before heading back, we asked our tricycle driver to drop us by at the Bolinao Lighthouse. The view there is nice but the lighthouse is, yes, still a lighthouse. Manila-bound buses are easy to spot on the town and the aircon bus fare is around 450-460 pesos (367 pesos for students – yey!).

Bolinao Lighthouse Pangasinan
Bolinao lighthouse is just a few hundred meters away
I love the Patar Beach vibe; the beach, its seclusion and the calmness of the place. I totally forgot about my camera and just did what I was wishing for the longest time now - an uninterrupted relaxation mode. I could imagine myself lounging somewhere here for days (I don’t freak out when cellphone signals and internet connections die on me). Bring me to Patar Beach, now, please! 

Bolinao Lighthouse Pangasinan


Nature's Camp White Beach Resort
Ate Rose
Contact Number: (+63) 928.281.5199
Click here to check out other accommodations in Bolinao




170 comments:

  1. Im so happy you like and almost love my favorite beach.

    Ang saya lang no kahit wala masyadong signal, basta may food at redhorse lang. haha

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    1. And with good friends Darwin :)

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    2. HI, may we ask if meron kaya silang room good for 20 persons? How much the rate?

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    3. The hut we rented is good for 20 persons. Just don't expect resort-tpe of accommodation po :)

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    4. ive been there last may 15. .to see the beach because we have a family gathering on august. .pero wla akong nakita na cottage na kagaya ng naretahan nio. .may i know the exact location where we found that cottage. .

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    5. It is on the far end sa leftmost side facing the beach. A few meters away from Benjie's :)

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    6. wala po ba kayong cp number ni ate rose? tsaka ano pong exact place ang sinabi nyo kay manong tricycle driver? Salamat!

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    7. Yung contact number is written on the article po :)

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    8. Yun parin po kaya yung number nya? Or baka wala lang pong signal dun? Unattended po kasi pag tinatawagan. Salamat :)

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    9. Yes
      is unaattended na number

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    10. Oh, I'm sorry as it's the only number I have of Ate Rose. Hopefully someone who's been there recently could give us the new cellphone number.

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  2. Kala ko si sadaku hihi never been to bolinao

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  3. I don't understand why the bus conductor made such a big deal about honoring your student discount. It is not going to financially benefit him, one way or the other. Baka talaga lang a..hole LOL.

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  4. Hi, just want to ask if where exactly Ate Rose's cottage are. We've been to Patar Beach Bolinao before but we're eager to try the place that you mentioned above. Really looks relaxing and beautiful. Tried calling her number and as always signal in Bolinao is unimaginable haha. Siguro swerte nalang kung maka contact pa ^__^

    Thank you and hope your having a great week.

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    1. Hi there! The resort is known in the area as "Paradise Resort". Located at the right part facing the beach :)

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  5. Parang gusto ko sumama sa group nyo. Mahilig kami mag beach camping angs stuff and ive been to a lot of places already. Hirap lng ako minsan makakuha ng tao para masulit ung suv ko :)

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    1. Wow. Sarap na problema niyan Hihey ah. Hihi

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  6. Hi i've been trying to contact the number of "ate rose" pero sabi nung nag reply sakin hindi daw yun sa paradise resort, sa nature's white beach camp daw yun.

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    1. Oh, maybe there's a confusion on the name. Pero eto ba daw yung nasa dulong side ng patar? leftmost facing the beach?

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  7. patar beach will be on my check list =)

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    1. meron po bang ma tutulugan sa patar ng afford ng teenager?

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    2. A cheaper option would be pitching a tent on the shore. After all, it's a free public beach :)

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  8. Di po ba mabato sa Patar?

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    1. hi.....interesado q d2 sa patar white beach
      hmm..... pwde mo ba aq bgyan ng idea lalo na cottage nla?
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    2. It's all written on the post po :)

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  9. We used the # that you posted, yeah they are from nature's camp white beach resort,
    And si 'kuya roswin' ang nakausap ko. Boy or Girl ba ang caretaker?
    For reservation tru cebuana po e, legit ba yun?

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    1. Girl yung nakausap namin dun pero if you contacted the same number malamang yun na din yun. Wala kasing signage ang resort nila eh...

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    2. Hi Katie and blissful guro! Nagpareserve din kami, natuloy ba kayo Katie? Magdedeposit na sana kami kay Kuya Roswin through Cebuana. Thanks!

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  10. a friend went to Puerto del Sol and he didn't seem to enjoy the beach dahil sobrang low tide daw. the beach in your pictures seem nice. Is this near to Puerto del sol? or the other known resorts?

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    1. Medyo malayo siya sa Puerto Del Sol :)

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  11. Hi ask ko lang if maganda sa ate rose accommodation. Ilan po ang room at bed at may sala ba n pde din pagtulugan. 15pax po kami and hanap ng affordable but good accommodation. Pa help naman po. Tnks

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    1. Ok kila ate Rose Jenny. Di siya luxurious accommodation pero less crowd saka malaki yung bahay kubo :)

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  12. Hello maam goodevening.. maam will you give us the contact details po about sa owner ng bahay kubo. nghahanap po kc kmi ng place para sa RnR nming mga teacher. salamat po and God Bless.

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    1. Nasa post ko po yung contact number ni Ate Rose :)

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  13. hey there ! i wanna now whereexactly is this place and how to get there im going to recommend this to my relatives , and one thing ahm is it expensive to get there? :) thans hope to get response soon as posible :))

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    1. Yung bus fare po nasa blog post. Yung food naman eh mas tipid kung mamamalengke muna sa town and then luto na lang sa beach house :)

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  14. mam ganda do u remember mam the resort before kay ate rose?thanks mam

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  15. hello po.. may accomodation po ba dito for 2 persons? we've decided to go there this weekend. Need pa po ba nmin ng reservation? thanks for your help!

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    1. There are cheap accommodations near the beach. I think medyo low season na so pwedeng deretso na lang dun :)

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  16. Hi po! Ano pong landmark para malaman kung malapit na kami sa natures camp resort? Yung 3500 po for the whole Kubo and nipa cottage na po? How many persons po kasya sa cottage? May entrance fee pa po ba?

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    1. It's on the further end of the beach (left side facing the beach). Maiksi lang ang White Beach so di siya mahirap hanapin. Walang entrance fee and ok naman sila kahit gano karami as long as kasya sa kubo :)

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  17. Are the accomodations on the shore line?

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  18. may bayad pa rin ba kahit may sariling tent for overnight?

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    1. I need the answer here, as well. Please answer, blissfulguro! :)

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    2. If tent siguro free na kasi wala namang may ari ng shore di ba? You just have to pay every time you use the toilets (which is medyo marami din naman sa area) :)

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    3. 150 nabasa ko lang

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  19. Hi. Good source of info. Here at Patar beach now. Roads are concrete already. :) On the location you were at that time, did your ride turn right after the lighthouse? Looking for snorkeling spots. Thanks in advance for the assist.

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    1. Hi there Philip! I think there are some snorkeling spots somewhere near the rocks on the right side of the beach. Haven't tried it though. Enjoy Patar! :)

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    2. Many thanks for the suggestion. Was content hanging and snorkeling at Nature Camp's side (beside Benjie's) as we could stay under the trees. If anyone's sked permits, do head there during weekdays. Mabuhay! :)

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    3. Ako naman nainggit sayo Philip. Hihihi. Must head there this weekend :)

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  20. Ngpapahiram b sila ng kitchen utensils or ngpaparent?and ung 3500 b na rent for peak season na un?

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  21. Hi! We came across this article:
    https://www.facebook.com/pages/White-Beach-Natures-Camp-Bolinao/426591237370743

    We'd like to know if this is the same Nature's Camp as what is indicated on the FB post? Thanks.

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    1. I don't really know because there are not enough photos on the Facebook Page :(

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  22. Thank you for sharing your experience of Patar Beach in Bolinao. I really like how you wrote your blog post, tinapos ko hanggang dulo! :D

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  23. Hi! Nagdala ba kayo ng gasolito or meron naman sila provided sa resort? Thanks!

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    1. Ihaw kami mostly eh. Pero yung mga kanin pinapaluto lang namin :)

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  24. Hi po Ms. Ganda, just wondering if hnd siya mahirap puntahan kung naka private car? We're from Pampanga and we want to try this one. Thanks! :)

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    1. Nope. You can ask anywhere and they can lead you to Patar White Beach :)

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  27. Hi just wanna ask if you are aware of what other resorts yung nasa area? please thanks! :)

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    1. Hi there Ruvilyn. Sorry but I'm not really familiar with other resorts in the area :(

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  28. Hi Can you help me po. Can you recommend a room accommodation where are guest can rent?

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    1. I don't know much po sa area eh... Pero marami naman po sa White Beach.

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  29. Good day! Pwede po ba kayo mag recommend ng cheapest white beach resort in Pangasinan. We are still a student so we look for the most affordable too. Thank you po :)

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    1. Sorry po pero di ako updated sa current rates ng resorts sa Patar :(

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  30. Hi maam. Ask lang kung maraming kainan malapit sa pinuntahan nyo? Group of three lang kasi kame kaya mukhang di na kame magdadala ng foods and drinks. Also are their prices reasonable? Appreciate it.

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    1. Hi there! Marami namang food stalls and sari-sari stores sa area pero medyo pricey nga lang talaga. Pwede naman kayo mag grocery sa Bolinao market pagdating nyo para makatipid :)

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  31. Ate/kuya pwede po bang magrent ng tent kay ate rose? Kung pwede how much po? Students kame nagplaplano pa 5 po kame hehe

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    1. Yes. Just try to contact them through phone :)

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  32. Hi po, I called them na and booked 3 nights, I just forgot to ask if they have a fridge and a stove. Tried contacting them again but we have crappy connection since I'm calling from Sweden. And do they provide blankets and sleeping mats po ba? Thank you!!! This blog was such a big help finding a place in bolinao.

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    1. Ohhh. The house is just basic nipa hut with electric fans only. They can provide blankets and sleeping mats naman just don't expect fancy ones. You may want to check out other accommodations here instead - http://www.agoda.com/city/bolinao-ph.html?cid=1649718 :)

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  33. Thank you :) but we really wanna try this place. Guess we'll just have to settle with coolers. :) thanks again!

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  34. Are there any accident prone areas in Bolinao?

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    1. I'm sorry po but I cannot vouch for that :(

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  35. Hi po. Salamat sa blog. Ask ko lqng po, gano po katagal ang byahe from manila to bolinao? Salamat po ng narami

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  36. Anu anu po ung mga malalapit na pasyalan Jan sa patar po

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  37. Hi po! Ask ko lang po kung c ate rose at "roswin nerpio" po ay same person? I texted the number u posted pero sia daw po si roswin nerpio. Plsss help.. godbless!

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    1. Hi there ghelo. I think so. Basta same yung number :)

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    3. hi plan din namin pumunta this holy week ,,kamusta po magkano offer sa inyo . sobrang mahal na ng offer nila and fully booked na sila sa front beach .
      Mam Bliss na offer kasi nila yong bandang likod daw ok pa po kaya sa part na un ?,, Hi ghelo nakapag pa booked na kayo ?
      thanks pala sa blog mo Mam Bliss , ^_^

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    4. hi....part din ba ng Patar ang ILOG MALINO?

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    5. Hi there Hazel. I'm not really sure about sa ilog :(

      R.Dullin - Yung likod na part malaking cottage na pabilog. But don't expect too much kasi simple lang siya. Also, shared bath and toilet sa part na yun.

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  39. Hello po yung Patar beach ba na pinuntahan nyo is ung dulong dulo? na public beach?
    and yung Kubo po ba eh dun din
    salamat.

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    1. Yes Geofrey Lopez, dulo sa left side when facing the beach :)

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  40. mga magkano po ang rent ng kubo dun overnight?
    maiibigay mo ung contact # nla?
    affordable ba ung foods nla?
    kc magggaling pa kmi d2 sa maynila from work kya ala nang time pra mag prepare ng ddalhin :)
    pls... ineed ur reply ASAP

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    1. Everything you asked is written on the blog post po :)

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    2. part din ba ng Patar beach ang ILOG MALINO?

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  41. Magkano po bayad sa tricycle per head going to Patar Beach. Pls reply

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    1. The last time it was 150 for the whole trike :)

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  42. Hi! Baka meron pa po kayong ibang pics ng bahay na tinuluyan nyo? Pa share naman po, tenks!

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    1. Yan lang ang meron ako Kathy eh. Pero malaki siya and may "bedroom". May sariling toilet and bath din pero don't expect too much ha? Sobrang simple lang ng accommodation talaga pero maganda yung beach sa part na yan kasi :)

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  43. Hi! Baka meron pa po kayong ibang pics ng bahay na tinuluyan nyo? Pa share naman po, tenks!

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  44. Hi! Can you suggest an affordable beach resort good for 25person?

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    1. The one I posted is quite okay for 25 persons :)

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  45. Hi! question. is patar open for public? like can we go swim there even if our hotel will be in alaminos?

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    1. Yes, it's open for everyone. No entrance fee or whatever :)

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  47. Hi po, we will have our company bonding sana sa Patar, ask ko lang po kung kaya i-accomodate yung 24 persons kila Ate Rose? Thank you po. and kung malapit po yung area sa ibang places like enchanted cave. thank you po

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    1. Yep. Kaya po nila i accommodate yung 24 persons :)

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  48. pwede bang magtayo ng tent ?

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  49. Already called and reserved for our family trip on the 25th. We booked the big Kubo with own CR and kitchen for 4k. We deposited 500php sa cebuana for reservation. Thanks sa blog mo. Was able to talk to Ate Bing, Ate Rose's daughter in law. Susunduin daw kami sa lighthouse para Di maligaw kakahanap sa bahay.

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    1. Wow that's great! Enjoy Patar :)

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    2. Hi ilang persons po ung 4k?

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  50. Hi! Thanks for your blog! Ask ko lang kung mga gaano kalayo ito sa puerto del sol, mga ilang minutes po ang travel time from there? Just really need this information but we already made a reservation dito kila ate rose. :) Please reply. Thanks in advance!

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    1. Di ko sure pero nadaanan namin ang part ng Puerto Del Sol so mas mauuna siya kesa ang Patar Beach. Medyo rocky nga lang ang beach ng Puerto compared sa Patar :)

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  51. the mobile num is unattended.. :( i tried calling it 5 times since yesterday, but unaattended talaga :(

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  52. the mobile num is unattended.. :( i tried calling it 5 times since yesterday, but unaattended talaga :(

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    1. Try mo lang Richelle. Medyo intermittent kasi ang connection sa Patar eh :)

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  53. Hi there! We plan to go there this weekend. We are around 25. My officemates prefer an area where a tent can be set-up along with a cottage on the side for dining purposes.

    Can u recommend me a place or a contact person?

    Thanks.

    move23

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    1. Ate Rose from the article can accommodate tents :)

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  54. hello po :) ask ko lang if the place where you stayed is just the same with SCL GARDEN PARADISE RESORT? Thank you :)

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    1. I'm not really sure kasi na scout lang namin yan while searching the area. Just contact the number na lang para tama yung resort na mapuntahan nyo :)

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  55. Hi. Nalaman ko through research na ung mga beach s private resort eh mejo mababato na daw. Kay kuya benjie's cottages daw pinaka magandang beach area. Is this true? Sa picture mo it looks good. Maganda dn ba beach area jan? Thank u

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    1. Katabi ni Benjie's yung pinag stayan namin and hindi nga mabato yung area na yun :)

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  57. Hi... Unavailable na po contact number ni ate rose.. Baka po my other way para macontact sya? Thank you :)

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    1. Yun lang ang alam kong number nila eh :(

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  58. Hi kaya nya po ba i accomodate 45-50 pax at sa may 7 po sana kami papareserve

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    1. Yep, I think so. Oh. May 12 na pala. Nakapagpa book kayo? :)

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  59. Hi, ask ko lang kung magkano yung entrance fee sa beach.

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  60. HMag kano po kaya ang aabuting pamasahe from manila (qc) to patar beach resort student discount po. Salamat, sana masagot.

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    1. I believe I've written the fares on the article po :)

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  61. Hi po, pwd po ask kung ano yung the best beach na pinuntahan nyo before sa Pangasinan or anywhere sa north po. Parang ang dami nyo na po kse natry na places doon :) thank u po!

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    1. Sa north? Medyo malayo eh, sa Babuyan Islands. Pero Patar Beach is nice naman:)

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  62. ATE HOW MUCH PO RENT NG COTTAGES

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  63. Greetings from Boracay Island!

    Thanks for sharing!

    Happy Travels!

    Dante C. Cruz

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  64. Greetings from Boracay Island!

    Thanks for sharing!

    Happy Travels!

    Dante C. Cruz

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    1. hello tanong ko lang po if open ang patar beach on dec 31,2016 tnx

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  65. we are planning to have a 1 day vacation non patar bolinao and we dont have any true source about your rate on rooms we are almost 40 people including the infant and children. we are hoping for a good and complete feedback thankyou and good day.

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    1. Please do check the cellphone number I posted on the article. Have a great trip in Patar Beach :)

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  66. How bout the tent, are u also allowing that ? Or does patar beach has camp site so we can put up a tent . Thank You

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    1. Patar White Beach is open for public. You can pitch tents anywhere as long as it doesn't obstruct any establishment. The only problem will be the toilet though.

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  67. Hi. Do they have any facebook pages? We're planning to book. They're asking for reservation fee of 1k. We're willing to pay. Just wanted to make sure they're legit :) Thanks!

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    1. If you used the cellphone number on the article then it's legit. Enjoy Patar Beach in Bolinao! :)

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  68. Hi po. we are planning to visit patar beach in two weeks po. meron po ba dun affordable place to stay na good for 15 pax?? super thanks po.

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  69. You can try the contact number of the place we've stayed at on the further end of Patar Beach. It's written on the blog post :)

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  70. Hi. We"re planning to visit Patar Beach. As we are based in UK, meron po ba silang socket kung magdadala po kmi ng rice cooker at electric cooker? Meron po bang dumadaan at nagtitinda ng seafoods at iluluto nila? Me kitchen po ba na pwede kmi magluto or pwede mag order ng pagkain ke Ate Rose. Gaano po kalayo ang Patar Beach sa M

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  71. Hi po. We are planning to visit Patar Beach. Look so lovely and peacefull. Meron po ba silang socket if magdadala po kmi ng rice cooker? Meron po bang dumadaan na nagtitinda ng mga seafoods? Gaano po kalayo ang Patar Beach sa Manaoag Church? Salamat po.

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    1. Hi there! I don't know how far is Manaoag to Patar. As for the socket, yes they have it there but not a lot. They also have an outside kitchen area but they don't have cooking utensils. And you can buy fresh seafood and other stuff from Bolinao Market. And please don't expect luxury on this particular resort as it is very basic just like other accommodations on Patar Beach itself :)

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  72. Hello! I find your article interesting and now I'm thinking of bringing my family this summer. I just wonder if it's a basic accommodation without A/C, Ok pa rin ba to sleep if I have 4 kids in tow? I am hoping at least comfortable to sleep even without A/C? Thanks! :)

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    1. Yep. It's just a basic nipa hut with no comfy linens and whatnots :)

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  73. meron po ba cottage dito for 20 person overnight lang po.. magkano po kaya?

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    1. Yep. The one I posted could fit in 20 pax :)

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  74. hi! tatanong ko lang kung may entrance fee ba dito? tsaka may bahay ba na pwedeng rentahan for overnight. ganda kase e

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    1. Pabasa po nung blog post mismo. Andun lahat ng questions mo :)

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  75. Hi ask lang po ako.. we'll try to locate this place.. bale 7 kaming adults na pupunta and we're planning to stay for 3 days and 2 nights.
    Magkano kaya yung rates nila for that?

    And pagsakay ng Bus sa cubao, anu yung pwedeng sabihin na bababaan niyo? Patar ba mismo yung sasabihin?

    Thanks

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    1. Pabasa po ng article kasi andun po lahat ng info :)

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  76. Hi. I'm a student and firat time magbeach. I will be with my friends and we dont plan to stay overnight. May tent or cottage po ba na pwede irent or puro rooms lang? If meron, how much po kaya?

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    1. Yep. There are cottages available for a fee. Around P500 per day. Yung toilet and shower per use ang bayad :)

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  77. Hi there..any contact # pra makpgreserve ng cottage or kubo haus sa patar beach..c ate rose d nagrereply huhuhu

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    1. Wala na po ako ibang number niya eh :(

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