Laruy-laruy Sa Sugbo

Road Trips and Adventures Diary of Peps & Coks and Friends Around Cebu

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diary Mahayahay Beach Resort in Argao

mahayahay beach

If you’re looking for not so expensive beach near Argao, Mahayahay Beach Resort is the best place for you. It’s composed of fine sands plus long shoreline where you can stroll along the shore. It’s an option of going to Moalboal but of course Mahayahay Beach is not pretty good as the beaches in Moalboal. Mahayahay Beach is a public beach. Expect huge crowd during weekends and holidays.

Good for overnight

It’s a good place for overnight with low budget or no budget at all, just make sure you keep yourselves warm as there’s no rooms for rent, only open cottages. (We’ll there are rooms for rent nearby). This is good for family picnic as well.

It was gloomy morning last time

It’s early in the morning when we get there and the skies are gloomy. It’s cool to soak under the rain and swimming at same time.

Spotting Mahayahay Beach

The corner can be easily identified through the very curve road after you reached Argao town proper. If coming from North, be careful when turning left here because it’s a blind curve for buses coming from south and you’re going to cross. Better to go few meters ahead then make a u-turn in Sunshine Beach Club or in Kingfisher. In below map, national highway is printed yellow.

Mahayahay Beach Resort in Argao

Map going to Mahayahay Beach Resort


About Peps

Ag Molde aka Peps is a travel blogger featuring local destinations and foods here in Laruy-laruy sa Sugbo together with Coks (and some friends). A technopreneur at Tara lets!!


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