9.02.2014

Quick Travel Guide to Liwliwa



This is a quick run down on how to plan your Liwliwa Adveture in San Felipe, Zambales

How to Get Here?


Victory Liners offers direct transfer from Manila to Iba, Zambales. Tell the conductor to drop you off at Bobulon Elementary School in San Felipe. The road besides the  school leads to the Surf Spot. Hire a tricycle to drop you off at the Surf Spot. Travel time is around four hours from Manila.


Where to Stay at Liwliwa?


There are a number of resorts that offers accomodation in here and they are all walking ditance fomr each other. Our list of recommendation would be:

1. The Circle Hostel
  • Bunk Beds - P350 / pax

  • Hammok - P250 / pax

2. Kilabot Sir Ping's
  • Hut for 6 pax - P800 per night

  • Hut of 12 pax - P1200 per night

3. Jaromanoy's
  • Hut for 6 pax - P500 per night

Where to eat in Liwliwa?


Most visitors buy their supply in the market just 5 minutes from Bobulon Elementary School just in front of 7 11. But there are two prominent foodshack in the strip of Liwliwa Surf Spot.

1. Mommy Phoebie's stand in front of Kilabot Sir Ping's offers home made variand and silog meals for less than P100.

2. Tapsihan in front of The Circle hostel offers silog meals and alcoholic beverages. Opens until 10 pm only.


What to Do in Liwliwa?


1. Surfboarding - If the waves permit you can rent surfboard for P400 with instrcutor.

2. Skimboarding - If the waves breaks low then go skimboarding. There are locals doing sesh in the afternoon and you can definitely ask for tips on how to. Rental of boards is P200.

3. Skateboarding - There's a skate bowl in Jaromanoy Workshop, though certain skateboarding skill is needed. P50 whole day use of the bowl.

4. Personal Quality Time - Time moves slow here so just relax read a book.

5. Do Arts - The Circle Hostel recommends to paint on their wall or open canvass to let out your artistic side.

6. Beach Bumming - The afternoon is the perfect time just before sunset as visitors and locals flock the beach to watch and catch waves.

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3 comments:

  1. […] How to get to Liwliwa? Read details here. […]

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  2. Hi. Do you have a contact number of Kila Bot Sir Ping Spot ? Thanks

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  3. Unfortunately we do not have, but you don't have to worry about a place to stay. There are a lot of accommodations you can get even on walk in basis

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