Katungkulan Beach Resort popularly known as Boracay de Cavite is one of the beaches in the Philippines managed and protected by Philippine Marines Corps. This beach resort is located in Ternate, Cavite.


Boracay de Cavite boasts gray-ish-pure sand and clear blue water. On both side of the beach feature a mountain cliffs which perfect background for selfie and group picture. You can get more boating essentials than just a fishing rod and also engage inn fishing.

The beach resort is 2 to 2.5 hours drive from Metro Manila. You will pass by the towns of Naic, Tanza and Ternate in Cavite. Some of the landmarks that you will find along the way include magnetic hill, jump off point of Mt. Pico De Loro, Caylabne Bay Resort and Puerto Azul.


From the main gate of the Marine Base, it will take 2-kilometer drive passing through the training site of the marines. Taking picture is not allowed in the training sites.

Entrance fee is P100 f0r a day swim and Php200 for overnight stay. An ample parking area that can accommodate your vehicle(s). Parking fees range from Php10 to Php100 depending on the type of your car(s).There are available rooms in the beach area which cost around P700-P800. Cottages rates range from Php350-Php450, which offers a magnificent view of the sea.


There’s a sari-sari store near the cottages that sells goodies like bread, biscuit, junk foods, liquors, softdrinks, toiletries and some souvenirs items.

 Outdoor activities that can be indulged in Boracay De Cavite include swimming, snorkeling, skim boarding, playing Frisbee and volleyball.

After dipping into the cold water of the sea, there are available toilet and shower area in the beach. It’s open to public and each toilet has no door or curtain, so it’s advisable to bring a companion who will serve a look out.

Don’t expect to much if you’re planning to go here. Boracay de Cavite is very different from Boracay in Aklan. No powdery-white sand and np crystal clear water. I still recommend this beach resort for team building, family outing, company outing and a quick summer escape with your friends.

How to get there!

For private car, take the Coastal Road and then head to Cavitex (Cavite Express). From Noveleta Exit, drive all the way going to Ternate. You’re on the right way if you pass by the magnetic hill and Puerto Azul.

For public transpo, take a bus with a signage of Ternate Cavite. Terminal of bus can found in Baclaran and Costal Mall, Pasay City. From the terminal, hire a tricycle or jeep and ask the driver to the Marine Base.

For more details and TIPS to Boracay De Cavite, visit the travel blog The Pinoy Traveler


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