Where is Manawa Beach and what does 'Manawa' mean?
Manawa Beach is located in Daang Lungsod, Alcoy, Cebu.
'Manawa' comes from a New Zealand/Maori word meaning 'Mangrove'. Manawa Beach is part of a Mangrove nature reserve.
Easily accessible by car or bus and with ample parking space. We take pride in maintaining the beach's clean and quiet atmosphere. Rich marine life and breathtaking views abound. The private room accommodates two people, with one (1) bathroom and one (1) bedroom furnished with two beds.
Check In time is 12:00PM (noon) onwards, and check out time is at 10:00AM. The resort house features rooms with amenities such as a kitchen, TV with Cable, Karaoke, and a DVD player. Essentials such as Air conditioning, bathroom with exhaust fan, and a separate room atthe back with ample space for doing light laundry or food preparations.
Room for overnight stay with 1 bath & kitchen/laundry: $56.00 or Php3,000.00/night
Cottage for day rental good for 8 pax: $14.00 or Php700.00 - Php100 per person including children. Infants are free of charge.
Extra people: $21.00 or Php1050.00/night after the first guest
Cleaning Fee: $5.00 or Php250.00
The place has access to a rich marine
ecosystem, peaceful haven, clean and private.
The guests have access to the shower cable, wifi and bathrooms.
A barbecue grill and kitchen are also available for use. Swimming is available to all guests. Breakfast for two persons inclusive in the booking.
Interaction With Guests
Manawa Beach is managed by a dependable caretaker and friendly & talented staff who will attend to all of your questions and needs during your stay.
Daang Lungsod, Alcoy is a coastal community rich with marine resources. The place easily accessible by car or bus and is along the national road. Catching the Oslob or Bato buses at the
South Terminal Cebu City and the ride is over 3 hours.
Once you get to Alcoy, ask the bus driver or conductor to drop you off at Daang Lungsod, the last barangay in Alcoy before Boljoon.
Daang Lungsod is a small barangay and has limited access to food and drinks. Food supplies will have to be purchased beforehand or drive to the main town of Alcoy or Dalaguete. Buses to Cebu City pass by regularly and a cheaper way to travel.
We encourage the guests to conserve water and electricity, protect the environment by not collecting marine specimens or throwing non-biodegradable objects such as plastics around.
Guests are urged to respect the environment and the property. Let us keep it clean and tidy.