Decided to kick off the second quarter of the year by blogging again, starting with our recent trip to Real Surf.
We booked a small cabana, which was for a maximum of 6 people, but in my opinion 4 people max would fit comfortably, tent pitching is free if you avail of a cabana, so maybe the extra 2 people can sleep there. Cabana rates (as of March 2016) can be found here.
Although the cabanas were all open air, which means no walls or air-conditioning, it was well equipped with the essentials!
The place was gorgeous, perfect for a quick getaway. The sand was of a darker shade, but who really discriminates anything by its color anymore. It was fine and sloped gradually into the sea.
Surfing classes were P500 for a board and instructor for an hour, but since they only had 1 board and 1 instructor then, we were able to bargain for P1000 for all 4 of us for 2 hours.
If you’re a Globe subscriber, cellular signal would be close to impossible to come by, so it’s a perfect place to detach, and be in the present.
Thank you Kuya Art, and Tita Helen for such a wonderful experience.
Summary of Expenses for 4 people:
- Toll – 214 (we took the Antipolo route home, so no toll fees)
- Lunch- 480 (120 each)
- Entrance fee – 840 (210 each)
- Cabana- 1960 (Weekday Rate)
- Surfing Class with Board Rental – 1000
- Dinner – 340 (150 “paluto“, 100 rice, 90 2 types of fresh fish we bought from a fishing boat)
- Water (6L) – 120
- Gas – 1200
Total: P6154 (P1,538.50 per person)
*On our way back, we stopped over for brunch and ice cream, so that was an additional 160 – 200.