So me and my friends (TB Boys) went to Bolinao for an overnight stay and day tour. Basti recommended this resort.
Cocos Beach Resort is probably one of the laidback stays I've ever had.
|Cocos Beach cottages
The whole place is covered by palm trees (where its name probably came from) and has a nice low-tide shoreline in Bolinao.
WHAT TO BRING FOR BOLINAO
Here are some things you might consider bringing with you for your day tour / adventure:
- Stylish face mask
- Water container/tumbler to rehydrate
- Sunscreen for skin protection
- Goggles for swimming or snorkeling
- Stylish Swimsuit
- Travel backpack / luggage
- Reusable vacuum storage packs
- Selfie stick
- Waterproof phone case
- Acion cam
- Camping tent
- WiFi kit
- Power bank
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My Personal Experience
We headed to Bolinao after we had a day tour (mostly morning only) from the Hundred Islands in Alaminos. We took a van ride from a mall in Alaminos to take us straight to Bolinao.
|Signage to Cocos Beach
Upon our arrival, we had a short walk around the town and visited the Bolinao Church also known as Saint James the Great Parish.
After having snacks and a walk tour, we took a tricycle to bring us to Cocos Beach Resort. We were welcomed by their staff and assisted us to our room.
Most of their rooms are facing beachfront. Rooms are airconditioned and have 2 beds. Each has its own veranda where you can chill or eat at.
|Bolinao Rock as viewed from our room
The resort is known for having a low-tide beach which kid-friendly and perfect for non-swimmers. The view is spectacular during sunrise and sundown.
For those who prefer a nice swimming spot in Bolinao, I suggest you go to Patar Beach which has enough deep seawater compared to this area. But we prefer solitude since Patar Beach is usually crowded and more expensive to stay at.
And yes, this beach is a good spot for a magnificent sunset viewing!
The room we chose was for P1,500 a night. We checked in the afternoon and checked out at noon.
Here are some of my snaps of the resort:
Things To Do at Cocos Beach Resort
Here are some of the activities you can enjoy during your stay at Cocos Beach Resort:
- Beach bumming
- Tour place in Patar
|Guests enjoying volleyball
How To Get To Cocos Beach Resort
From Bolinao Town Proper
- Tricycle ride is about 20 minutes travel time
For those who chose to rent a tricycle, they can tour you around the tourist spots in Patar. Or you may avail Klook's Bolinao Day Tour for hassle-free travel experience.
For those who are bringing own vehicle, you can use Waze or Google Maps for directions. If you don’t have a private vehicle, you can rent a car or van here. There are plenty parking spaces inside the resort.
ATTRACTIONS TO SEE IN MANILAKlook.com
Cocos Beach Resort BolinaoAddress: Brgy. Ilog-Malino, Bolinao, Pangasinan
Contact Number: 0919 691 4206
Facebook Page: Cocos Beach Bolinao
|The gang at Cocos Beach
ACTIVITIES AND TOURS IN MANILA
This is part of my 2D1N Alaminos-Bolinao Trip in 2015.
- The Hundred Islands (ALAMINOS)
- Saint James the Great Parish Church (BOLINAO)
- Cocos Beach Resort (ILOG MALINO)
- Rock View Beach (PATAR)
- Cape Bolinao Lighthouse (PATAR)
- Patar Beach (PATAR)
- The Enchanted Cave (PATAR)
There's a lot of tourist spots to see and visit in Pangasinan!
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