Apr 10, 2012

“Inter-link” Beach Area at Nasugbu

“Most people would rather be certain they’re miserable, than risk being happy”. –Robert Anthony

This was not part of the plan but when we were on top of Mt. Talamitan and saw the plains of Batangas (Nasugbu) we’re decided to have a side trip in one of the beaches of Nasugbu, Batangas. After some rest and preparation we headed immediately down to Nasugbu, but traffic builds up due to on-going bridge construction (bad trip). It’s make our time limited enjoying on the beach.
The locals called it “Inter link” (maybe because of the dike or break water near the area), and can be only access on a paddled boat ride (php 5.00 on one way) from the fish port. And just a few minutes tricycle ride from the town proper (php 20.00 - 40.00/ride).

This is a public beach with quite fine white sand and bunch of garbage too hehehe, with a beautiful sunset. A few years from now the rocky area are close to public because the off-shore land are owned by some private or resort community. It has only one deep well water supply (poso), so reserve you’re washing and bathing on the lounge or hostel.


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  7. May entrance po ba dito?

    1. as of my last visit, no entrance free needed. enjoy!


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