Nasugbu is large; you need to plan your trip carefully to fully enjoy and make the most of your time and money. You can’t go to Fortune Island and then go to Calayo Beach for island hopping in a day unless you want a hurried trip. That’s really not maximizing
The municipality of Nasugbu is one of the largest in Batangas in terms of land area and population, harboring natural wonders that attract not only tourists but investors. It is one of those areas in Batangas that underwent development, especially those near the beaches. Much of its shores are home
Nasugbu, like most of the municipalities in Batangas, is easily accessed from Manila. Whether you go there by taking the public transportation or by bringing your own car, getting to the town proper will usually take a few hours, depending on the traffic condition. Moreover, for commuters, there are bus
One of the municipalities of Batangas nearest Manila, situated next to Cavite, Nasugbu had the early taste of development, especially its shores. Water-related activities are aplenty in Nasugbu; there are beaches where you can swim, snorkel, go beach camping, try cliff diving, and do island hopping. Moreover, the beaches lined
The municipality of Nasugbu is huge. You need to plan your activities well if you want to maximize your stay. Knowing what you want to do, whether to chill on the beach or hike or both, will help you save precious time, energy, and fuel. You don’t want to book
Fortune Island has been getting famous for campers since it reopened to the public in 2013. While there is still no available electricity or access to fresh and drinking water in the island, more tourists have been getting curious about the isolated beach experience, including the social media favorite Greek-style
Close to the archeological site where the famous San Diego Ship Wreck containing significant artifacts was found, is the Fortune Island, lying on Nasugbu Bay in Batangas. It is also known to have hosted the first recorded naval battle between European tropps in Southeast Asia region.