"Bataan Death March is historical in Corregidor peninsula"
Bataan resorts lineup in its coastline making summer venue abundant in this island in the North if you want to travel Philippines. To the South, there is Bicol, Quezon, Batangas, Cavite, Tagaytay and Laguna where CamSur is most popular.
The island is a couple of hours away from Manila by car and commute.
While to the East, an abundance of swimming pools in Antipolo is what you will enjoy during summer. Most of which are hidden in the midst of forest trees in the high hills but offer cheaper accommodations compared to beaches in the country. But if you really insist in taking the tour for resorts in the North, there are so many options that will cater to the adventurous you - Ilocos beaches in Pagudpud, Pangasinan, Zambales and Subic.
Apart from the fact that the Pawikan Conservation Center is a common tourist destination in Bataan Peninsula, the different Bataan resorts is a sure shot destination for travelers from Manila and other surrounding cities in the Philippines. We have a list of Bataan resorts below so you can check which one offers you the best package on your search for cheapest affordable hotel and resort.
If you want to visit any Bataan resorts from our directory of hotels and resorts, we'd like to let you know that below are the places you can check for a faster result on your search for the cheapest budget accommodation and reservation.
Sito Kairukan Binaritan, Morong
It is located in one of the two upper tributaries of Kairukan River, drains the northwest plank of Mt. Silangan. The 150 feet falls descends into a deep plunge pool about 30 feet in diameter. A trail originating from Barangay Binaritan can be used as an access to the falls however it ends some 500 meters from the falls so one has to transverse upstream to reach the falls. The plunge pool can be used for limited swimming and consideration of clearing a small area facing the falls is satisfactory for camping and resting activities.
Sitio Marukdok, Banawang, Bagac
It is the most accessible waterfalls in Bataan Natural Park. It is well known and frequently visited during summer. It’s course open to a narrow deep valley that gradually widens towards Matikis Bay’s coast. A small area at one point can be cleared to enhance its viewing potentials and another area might be used for camping and resting activities.
Sitio Pasukulan, Brgy. Salian, Abucay
A natural wonder with fresh vegetation and unexplored areas, it forms part of the reaches of Tiawi River at southern edge of the smaller Caldera east, southeast of Mt. Natib. The Pasukulan is one of the highest waterfalls (approximately 197 ft.) characterized by a narrow cascading water plunging into a deep pool which is moderately deep and if well-managed can be utilized for swimming and limited recreational activities.
Sitio Tangilad, Brgy. Palili, Samal
This falls is located in Pilis Creek. Its water cascades down a steep-sloped cliff north – northeast of Mt. Nagpali. The falls with an approximate height of 120 feet with a plunge pool filled with falling debris and rocks created by past landslides.
East Kanawan Aetas Reservation, Bgry. Binaritan Morong
The falls forming a part of the Tambangan River upper tributary is approximately 5 meters in height with a deep and wide plunge pool. The indigenous communities of Kanawan utilize it as a recreational area. A safe trail connects the community to the falls with adjacent cleared area for camping and resting purposes.
Municipality of Hermosa
Tukal Falls is actually two cascading falls in succession. Averages about 5 and 12 meters in height each descending to a plunge pool.
Municipality of Pilar
This falls located at the back of Mt. Samat, is approximately 5 m. in height with a deep plunge pool. It is ideal for swimming and camping activities.
Municipality of Bagac
The Limutan Falls rising at 20 meters is located at the heart of one of the rough terrains in the Municipality of Bagac. Approximately 9 kilometers from the national road, the trail can be completed either by walking or by riding a mountain buggy. Suiting up in their outdoor outfit and armed only with a good sense of adventure, the group conquered the rugged course and surge of water from the falls.
AMBON AMBON FALLS
Municipality of Bagac
Ambon-Ambon Falls, whose name depicts the look and feel of the water as it gush down the ebb because of its towering height of 60 meters, is also located at Brgy. Binukawan in the Municipality of Bagac. Approximately 9 kilometers from the national road, this same trail leading to Limutan Falls can be reached by an hour ride on a mountain buggy and a 30-60 mins. walk.
If you want to know how to get to any of your favorite Bataan resorts listed in our directory above, please refer to the map we have embedded below taken from Google Maps.