Pico De Loro Beach & Country Club

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Pandemic hit the travel industry so hard, and I’m glad that little by little, resorts are now starting to open up to the public. One of those resorts is Pico De Loro Beach & Country Club. Located at Hamilo Coast, Pico de Loro Cove, Barangay Papaya, Nasugbu, Batangas. You may book an overnight stay via Agoda or Airbnb, or a day tour like we did.

Like every open establishment in the Philippines, our health and safety is their priority. We can still enjoy traveling by making sure we follow the preventive measures in light of pandemic situation.

Also, please take note of the proper swimming attire.

We booked a day tour trip through a member of the Pico De Loro Beach & Country Club. You may book through this FB page SEE Condominium Rental at Pico de Loro. For day tour guests, there were no requirements needed. However, we were told that if you’ll book for an overnight stay, you’ll be asked to present swab test, health certificate, and health declaration form.

It’s pretty easy to go around Pico de Loro because there are shuttles that you can hop on. We took a shuttle from the clubhouse to the beach. It wasn’t that far, you can walk to there actually! But since we have bags, we had to take the shuttle.

Beach Club swimming pool

You can only stay at the beach because the beach club is exclusive to the members and member-accompanied guests. However, if the member is with you, that’s not going to be a problem.

The sand is not white, it’s kind of creamy brown. There’s not a lot of rocks, it’s actually very fine sand. Also, there weren’t any seaweeds in the water so it’s perfect for swimming. Beware of some areas though as there are jellyfish.

It was a Sunday when we went, and beach beds are first come first served so we opted to put some beach mats and chill by the Reef Bar.

The view is still nice over here

We had to wait for the sun to hide a little as it was scorching hot!

There are beach activities that you can choose from. I wasn’t able to ask for all the rental fees but here’s what I got – Kayak PHP400 per hour and Jet ski PHP6,500 per hour.

Our friends enjoyed the jet ski!

There’s a swing by the beach, perfect if you want to tan or toast LOL

Since we stayed near the Reef Bar, it was easy to order food and drinks. Here’s the menu for your reference.

Going there with your friends and family is the best! Always a great time with this bunch!

This picture doesn’t give justice, but the sunset was pinkish and it’s beautiful!

Here’s What You Should Know:

  • If you’re not a member, but you wish to visit this resort, you need to provide an authorization letter from a member. Or, the member will assist you upon registration.
  • Only guests listed in the letter can enter Pico de Loro.
  • All guests should wear a wrist tag upon registration. This allows you to use their facilities.
  • All transactions in the resort are cashless. Thus, the cash card. You can also use debit and credit card.

Day Tour Rates/Hours:

Weekday (Mon-Thurs)

  • Php1,000.00/adult
  • Php700.00/child (aged 4-12yrs)
  • FREE Children aged 3yrs and below

Weekend (Fri-Sun)

  • Php1,500.00/adult
  • Php800.00/child (aged 4-12yrs)
  • FREE Children aged 3yrs and below

Opening Hours:

  • Pico Beach > Daily 8:30AM
  • Country Club > Daily 8:30AM

Closing Hours:

  • Beach > Daily 06:00PM
  • Country Club > Mon – Thur 08:00PM ; Fri – Sun 10:00PM


  • Member Endorsement
  • Access to Pico Beach, Country Club & Swimming Pools
  • Free parking
  • Free shuttle service
  • Free use of tables & beach chairs (first come, first served)
  • Use of shower & dressing rooms and lockers.

How to get there: 

By public transportation:

  • Take a bus going to Nasugbu, Batangas in the following terminals: Coastal Mall Bus Terminal, Buendia Terminal (DLTB or BSC Bus) or Cubao Terminal (DLTB Bus)
  • Drop off at the city town proper
  • Ride a tricycle going to Pico de Loro
  • Ride a shuttle to enter the resort

By car:

  • Just use Waze or Google Maps

Here’s the vlog from our trip:

I hope this blog helps! Summer is coming and I promise to share all my knowledge when traveling during this pandemic. For more of my adventures, please follow me on Facebook and Instagram and subscribe to our YouTube channel. Stay safe everyone!

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