Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Punta Fuego Beach Resort

Punta Fuego Beach Resort

Punta Fuego Beach Resort is an exclusive resort for Club Punta Fuego members and their guests.  It is located at Nasugbu, Batangas and is a two to two and a half drive from Metro Manila.

Last summer, through a member relative of our department manager, we were able to hold our department summer outing at Punta Fuego Beach Resort.  It was only a one day outing so we left early in the morning so we can maximize our time at the resort.

Travelling from Alabang to Punta Fuego Beach Resort was really great since there were still no traffic early in the morning, the scenery is awesome and the road is in good condition.  We drove through South Luzon Express Way, took our exit at Sta. Rosa Exit then went straight to Tagaytay, then Nasugbu town proper.  From Nasugbu town proper, it is still a few kilometers drive before we reached the Terrazas De Punta Fuego gate.

Main Gate
Upon reaching the Terrazas De Punta Fuego gate, we still have to travel downhill for a few minutes to reach the parking area near the beach resort entrance.  If you are a new driver or your car finds it hard to go uphill, you may opt to park at the parking space just near the Terrazas De Punta Fuego gate and ride their service vehicle going to the beach resort entrance.  This way, you will save yourself from driving uphill later which is a little scary for new drivers.  By the way, using bus as means of transportation going to this resort is prohibited.

Punta Fuego Beach Resort is a beautiful and relaxing place with a lot of scenic views.  Just perfect for the nature lovers and photographers who love to capture the beauty of nature … and because it’s an exclusive resort, there are only few people around so the place is not crowded. 

The beach is clean although the water is not that clear.  The sand is white and fine and the beach front is long although there’s a part where it’s already owned by other resort.  Aside from swimming, there are still a lot of water fun activities which can be done.  Banana boat ride is one … of course additional fees applies.

An exciting banana boat ride

Aside from the beach, we also had fun swimming at the resort’s infinity pool.  Here, the water is cool and there are lots of trees around which gives a little protection from the direct heat of the sun.

Punta Fuego's Infinity Pool

If you are not in the mood for some water activities then you can just walk around and feast your eyes with the beautiful sceneries or just lie on one of the benches provided and relax.

For our food, it was already inclusive with the entrance fee we had paid and it included a welcome drink, a morning snack, buffet lunch and an afternoon snack.  Well, there’s nothing special about the food ... just plain and simple.

Overall, our day tour at Punta Fuego Beach Resort was worth it.  We had enjoyed the place and had fun with our colleagues and families.

For more information and inquiries about this resort, you can contact their sales office here.

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