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Malajog (Looc) Beach

Calbayog City, Philippines
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We walked up to the Zipline first, and then came to Malajog Beach, which is a beach for the locals... read more

Reviewed 21 August 2017
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
"3-way adventure"

"Three-way adventure". That was what our guide, Ate Reza, described our way to the zipline... read more

Reviewed 7 May 2017
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Calbayog City, Philippines
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Reviewed 21 August 2017

We walked up to the Zipline first, and then came to Malajog Beach, which is a beach for the locals. It was high tide, so there was very little beach for children to play on. There was a lot of rubbish washed up to the...More

Thank tandemqueen
Reviewed 7 May 2017

"Three-way adventure". That was what our guide, Ate Reza, described our way to the zipline: Trecking, sort-of mountain/rock climbing, and of course the Zipline. True enough, we had to walk 915 meters to get to the zipline which travels down to Daraga island. We had...More

2  Thank tianneXtianne
Reviewed 19 April 2017

Accessible using tricycle travelling west of Calbayog, 15 minutes beyond airport 100 pesos in either direction. Many beach huts mostly unoccupied but if you choose to sit in one expect a little man to ask for money or ask you to get out!

Thank derek f
Reviewed 2 March 2017

We had my last birthday party there it was okay. I like a more private venue but that's life I guess. The beach is very nice and the water is very clean there. For an open-air cottage, the price range is 250 pesos to 1000...More

Thank Sam-Micheal
Reviewed 4 January 2017

be prepared for a half hour hike on cement stairs and railing to zipline -hope they ad trash cans and safer trail

1  Thank pacifico3
Reviewed 16 November 2016

still the best choice for beach lovers and for relaxation. it has clean and crystal-clear waters and very accessible from the city proper

1  Thank Elena M
Reviewed 5 November 2016

So much rubbish laying about. I wish this beach was much tidier, more garbage bins would be great. The City need to look at keeping the beach much cleaner. I found the water clean though and warm. Please City of Calbayog, such a lovely beach...More

1  Thank the2ndhasapulse
Reviewed 8 October 2016 via mobile

They have clear waters over pepper and salt colored sand that stretches far. And if ur with good company, i dont think u will notice the dilapidated cottages with worn out tables that fetch up to 600 pesos per use, the misplaced broken old fence...More

2  Thank Denise L
Reviewed 25 July 2016

nice beach for swimming, not very far from Calbayog city (we went by tricycle)..we went 2 times, on sunday was full of locals and on tuesday there are 5-6 persons...there is a hotel to eat if you want..

Thank Andreas M
Reviewed 8 June 2016 via mobile

20 minute $2 / person van ride from Grandtours headed toward Allen. They drop you off right at the access road to the beach. The zip line was fun and for $4 each, that's pretty awesome. It doesn't run everyday so check with the Calbayog...More

Thank John M
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