Where is Camaya Coast?

A Journey to Great Discoveries and New Adventures Beckon

Gateway to New Adventures

One of the newest tourist spots in Bataan is Camaya Coast. Once a secluded cove accessible only to small boats from nearby coastal communities, Camaya Coast in now under the stewardship of Earth and Shore Leisure Communities Corporation and has started a massive facelift of its terrain. The expansion of this legendary and historical property into one of the country’s most sought-after resort communities has taken the province of Bataan into a new chapter in the leisure and tourism development landscape.

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    Located 173 kilometers North of Manila, Camaya Coast is conveniently accessible via land, jet ferry or seaplane. Travel by land would enable the passenger to witness the scenic countryside via the NLEX-SCTEX route and the Bataan Provincial Expressway. Transportation via jet ferry or seaplane may also be arranged. For the former, the Sun Cruises Terminal located at the Cultural Center of the Philippines Complex in Pasay City serves as the jumping point. It is a smooth 90-minute cruise along Manila Bay onboard an air-conditioned ferry taking travellers directly to Camaya Coast.

    Camaya Coast is a prime beach development in a destination rich in history and one that celebrates the human spirit- Mariveles, Bataan. This 354-hectare site serves as the new passage to great discoveries and new encounters where visitors can plunge to an active and robust lifestyle at their very own piece of paradise.

    Activities at Camaya Coast range from hiking, biking and eco-adventure to snorkeling, kayaking and windsurfing to satisfy the adrenaline requirements of its guests. It has its own hotel, Camaya Sands, to cater to its short-term and long-staying guests’ needs for comfortable accommodations, hospitable service and resort-style amenities such a fitness gym, game room, shower rooms, a Mandara Spa and infinity-edge swimming pools. Visitors may indulge themselves on unique and familiar gastronomic delights in its Wood Pavilion that serves traditional Filipino fares and dessert specialties, the comfort food goodness of savory sandwiches and artisan coffee concoctions at its very own Figaro coffeeshop, and opening soon is the BOB’s Cuisine serving the “Best of Bataan” seafood and organic feasts.

Own A Slice of Paradise

For visitors looking for a more permanent vacation home in Bataan, Camaya Coast is a prime beach leisure development and a great investment opportunity for those seeking a private getaway at affordable house and lot, condominium, and lot only packages. Residential Subdivisions, Beach Villa Units, and Beach Villa House & Lot are currently available for investment with prices ranging from Php 8,500 to Php 11,500 per sqm for the residential lots, 3 Million for the condo units, and 5 to 7 Million for the house & lot options. At Camaya Coast, everyone simply deserves to have access to a great life- an experience where one can simply marvel at the beauty of nature; immerse in an active and healthy lifestyle; and have a reason to declare that — "It’s great to be alive!"

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    Camaya Coast provides prospective residents and owners a sense of place they can call their very own. The possibilities are limitless. With the development’s outstanding features and opportunities for the taking, one’s dream vacation home beckons!

    Invest in a community that is envisioned to be the first integrated eco-entertainment destination of the Philippines. In its run for becoming the number 1 eco-tourism spot in the country by 2020, Bataan is surely in the right track with its partners in development such as Camaya Coast.

New Age: The Rise of Bataan

One hundred twenty four kilometers away from Manila lies the historically rich province of Bataan. Famous for the Battle of Bataan in World War II, the province has been one of the symbols of the Filipinos’ bravery and early quest for freedom. Seven decades after its fall to the Japanese colonizers, let us revisit the wonderful province of Bataan.

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    From the busy streets of Manila, all it takes is a three-hour drive via either the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) or Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEX) to reach Bataan. Home to the celebrated Shine of Valor or Dambana ng Kagitingan in Mount Samat, among others, Bataan will surely be a perfect escape to anyone’s demanding life in the Metro.

    Aside from the 30-storey cross on top of Mt. Samat, other famous tourist spots in Bataan include the Zero KM Death March Marker in Bagac, the WWII First Line of Defense monument in Dinalupihan, the Flaming Sword in Pilar, the Balanga Wetland and Nature Park in Balanga, as well as several well-known churches. And while you relive the colorful history of Bataan, you may also have a taste of the finest seafood in Orani or the special araro cookies in Samal.

    Seventy years after the tragic death march, who would have thought that Bataan will give birth to a province that is very close to becoming an extensive industrialization hub and a tourist haven. Several hotels, restaurants, beaches, and resorts have been developed in the area making Bataan a rising travel destination.

    In fact, one of Bataan’s pride is Mariveles – a first class municipality in terms of its income. Situated in a cove at the southern tip of Bataan, Mariveles is where you can find Mount Tarak – a climbing destination that will offer you a scenic view of Bataan which includes the islands of Corregidor, extending to Manila Bay and all the way to Cavite.

    Mariveles, Bataan is also home to several beach resorts including the Camaya Coast. The 354-hectare paradise offers several ways to be one with the nature such as outdoor activities like hiking, biking, fishing, and among other water sports. Not to mention its crystal-clear waters and incredible white sand beach.

    With all these, spending a day or two in Bataan will surely be worth it. We all have read in textbooks the Fall of Bataan; now, it is time to witness it rise. Come and visit the marvelous province of Bataan.

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Main showroom

Prudential Life Building Annex
31 EDSA corner Apo Street
Mandaluyong City (Across from Robinson's Pioneer)
(632) 535 1960

Property sales office

 (63) 917 8321568
 (047) 223 9094
 (043) 223 9094 to 95
  (047) 791-4897

Hotel reservations

  (63) 917 6CAMAYA or (63) 917 5CAMAYA


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