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While planning a trip to Burot Beach, it is important to know that it is undeveloped. Therefore, water is scarce and there is no electricity in here, so better be equipped with lots of batteries and a handy power bank to survive the weekend.
Believe the other reviews. This place was super hard to find and had a guard posted telling people it was closed. Right after he told us that we saw two vehicles leaving the area but despite our pleas, he would not let us enter. We...More
The sandbar was amazing!!! Love it! But the beach has a lot of sea urchins so please beware. Tents required, no hotels.
There are very limited number of restrooms and showers available at Burot. We were always waiting on a very long queue before we...More
Don't go there anymore, the public beach is closed. Go to the nearby private beaches but avoid the small ones because they're poorly maintained and the access roads are horrendously unsafe or dangerous for driving.
This place can no longer be considered as unspoiled. There is a lot of tourist, it is not well maintained despite the environmental fee that they are collecting. Not so easy to find, better to have maps or waze as a guidance, but be ready...More
When we visited this last 2015, it is still beautiful and with clear blue water. But, last 2016 it was already crowded and dirty . Because this beach was one of the nearest beach in metro manila. Since it was still not commercialize, there was...More