Five Fingers Tour Mariveles, Bataan

When you mentioned the province of Bataan, the idea of the place is mostly about the Bataan Death March and the World War II but Bataan has more to offer. The province has 1 city and 11 municipalities and one of these is Mariveles, an underrated paradise where you can find the Five Fingers Cove.

The tour guide explained the reason why is it called Five Fingers, the five coves looked like a 5 fingers on an aerial view.

Our Tour was sponsored by Mariveles Five Fingers Tour By BWP, the day tour cost Php 1,249 per head that includes: boat ride, life vest, tour guide fee, first aider fee, light merienda and a lunch buffet.

Activities includes: trekking, cliff diving, snorkeling, kayaking, swimming and sunset by the beach. Overnight packages are also available checkout their fb page for further information.

The tour starts by a “pabebe” trekking at Cochino’s point but don’t be swayed by the word “pabebe”, this one is tough for beginners.

For people who seek for a heart-pounding adventure, a cliff diving at Natsu Cliff is a must try. Beware of sea urchins.

We also visited the pebble cave, tourists may dive on the crystal blue water as well.

And we sail for more than less than an hour to reach the Kaweder Campsite, where we had a sumptuous lunch with the freshest seafood are being served plus the Chicken Bataan is such a new discovery for us!

Our last spot is at the Nagbintana Cove/Arch there is also another Cliff (a higher one), where adventure seekers can challenge themselves.

We start sailing under the bright rays of the sunny sun and we ended the tour witnessing the beautiful sunset.

It was a day filled with fun and adventure.

You may also check our Travel Vlog on one of our Vloggers’ Youtube Channel.

You may also check our post on our facebook page.

Special Thanks to Mariveles Five Fingers Tour by BWP and to Bataan Weather Page.

The girl who prepares her #OOTD more than her itinerary during travel.

Renaleth Landicho

The girl who prepares her #OOTD more than her itinerary during travel.

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