Good Vibes in Crystal Beach Resort, San Narciso, Zambales

A place that is so accommodating and that gives the most chilling vibes. These would probably be the common shoutouts of the guests of Crystal beach.

Did you know that a friend of mine went to Crystal beach more than six times already and still counting? I know now what the reason behind it is.

How we got there? We rode a bus from Victory Liner, Pasay going to Sta. Cruz, Zambales. The fare is P387.00. Tell the conductor to drop you off in San Narciso. After a five hours trip, you will find yourself near San Sebastian Church, San Narciso. You need not ask how to get to the resort because signages are posted every corner of the street. Across the street is where the tricycles are situated. Please be guided that the fare is only P15.00 per head. It is justifiable because it will just take you 10-15 mins. to get there.

Hassle-free in checking-in! Prepare your deposit slip or proof of payment of your reservation fee (50% of total accommodation fee). We brought our own tent so we only paid P550.00 each for overnight (P190.00 for a day tour only). Once done with the payments, you will be given food stubs for your consumables (P250.00 per head but you can order for sharing). Keep your receipts because you’ll be needing that for check-out.

Don’t judge the menu! It might look ordinary but I tell you, together with my friends, we will testify how the food is legitimately great here. Rice meals range P150-P250 per meal. One viand comes with one rice, but this one order can be for sharing.

This resto has Acoustic Night in the evening.

Not in the mood for water activities? Play billiards! There are also courts for volleyball and basketball.

Plus, you can bring your pets!

The Kampsites. The time we got there, it is not yet full. This is around 10 am on a Saturday.

Yep. You can do surfing here. Best time for the best waves is at noon.

Come on now and play in the waters!

Check out my Beaching Moments articles for my beach styles and OOTDs! 😁👙

Going home is just the same. Ride a tricycle back to the church, wait for buses going to Olongapo, where you can transfer to bus returning to Manila or for buses going to Caloocan, where LRT Monumento is just near the Victory Liner terminal. The fare for a bus to Caloocan is P272.00.
MY DEAR WANDERERS:

It is very advisable for you to bring a dry bag. This is not only to keep your things from getting wet but also to keep them safe and intact.

Do you have other queries for Crystal Beach Resort?

Here are the contact nos. we had communication with 09175787890 / 09258417778

Or you can check their official website:

www.crystalbeach.com.ph

Also their Facebook Page:

Crystal Beach Resort, Zambales

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