Are you a wanderlust, free-spirit, nomad or a gypsy? Whichever you identify with, you’ll definitely feel like you belong and could live forever in a place like this gorgeous resort in Tabogon – Bunzie’s Cove. The resort has different villas each designed differently but all similarly gives off those warm and good vibrations.
Those who are looking for a good place to feel inspired to write, make art or simply to take stunning photographs; I suggest you come to visit these bohemian homes. Bunzie’s Cove offers a one-of-a-kind stay and will surely ignite your passion for creating.
The ambiance in this whole place is so satisfying and pleasing. If I were to stay here for the weekend, I honestly would not want to go back home to the city. Whoever designed the place is a genius, subjectively speaking.
Bunzie’s Cove has that rustic theme, you will feel how the interior pays tribute to the great outdoors. Surrounded and decorated with lots of natural and nature-inspired elements. This is my kind of home if I were to finally live off the grid.
Awaken the creativity within your soul and get that zen experience in this calm and soothing place. The Caribbean-inspired resort makes you forget about the outside world. It encourages one to be here in the now and live in the moment. With no television, no internet, and weak phone signal; take this time to breathe all that beauty in and breathe all that beauty out.
The resort aspires to provide a space for guests that is free of distractions. Not only is it a great location for good photography, but it also tries to inspire the guests to be one with nature while they stay in their resort.
Each villa in the resort was designed and thought out carefully with a holistic approach in its structure, quality of light and use of rooms. As well as their elements of space, furnishing, and combination of colors; making sure that they’re all well integrated.
Truly a magnificent place, it’s private and peaceful. The manager and the staff are very nice and helpful. Bunzie’s Cove also has an outdoor pool and access to the beach – both equally inviting.
Rates and Facilities
The rates at Bunzie’s Cove vary during the weekdays and weekends. There is no restaurant in the resort but the staff may be able to cook for you, just ask them for more information. Also, some units have a kitchen with microwave and toaster, where you can cook meals with your family and friends. Most villas have an outdoor setting, a rustic and jungle vibe interiors, lounge and dining areas.
These are the facilities at the resort:
- Picnic area
- Outdoor furniture
- Private beach area
- BBQ facilities
- Fishing (Additional charge)
- Bicycle rental (Additional charge)
- Ironing service (Additional charge)
- Fax and photocopying (Additional charge)
The rates for the Bunzie’s Cove units;
The Villa – Old Set up can be booked for PHP 9,000 a night during the weekdays and PHP 13,500 a night on the weekends. It’s an outdoor setting, air-conditioned with 2 queen beds and a sea view.
The Sea Lookout Standard is at PHP 5,000 a night during the weekdays and PHP 7,500 a night on the weekends. It’s air-conditioned with a panoramic sea view, 2 double beds, and a sofa bed.
The Bunzie’s Bar Standard is at PHP 3,500 a night both for the weekdays and weekends. It’s air-conditioned with 2 single beds, sea view, a very chill lounge area, and a bar fridge.
The Sea View Standard is also at PHP 3,500 a night both for the weekdays and weekends. It’s air-conditioned with a queen bed, double bed, sea view, and terrace.
Main Villa – 5 Pax Superior is at PHP 6,500 a night for the weekdays and PHP 8,500 a night on the weekends. It’s air-conditioned with a sea view and terrace, 2 single beds, a queen bed, and a sofa bed.
The Main Villa – 5 Pax Standard is at PHP 4,000 a night for the weekdays and PHP 6,000 a night on the weekends. It’s air-conditioned with a sea view, a queen bed and sofa bed.
Beach Hut Standard is at PHP 2,000 a night both on the weekdays and weekends. It is a fan-cooled hut with a sea view and terrace, queen bed and a sofa bed.
Sea Lookout Down Standard is at PHP 4,500 a night on the weekdays and PHP 6,500 a night on the weekends. It’s air-conditioned with a panoramic sea view, 2 double beds, and a sofa bed.
Read: Tabogon Travel Guide
How to get there
The Bunzie’s Cove is a boutique beach homes in Maslog, Provincial Road, Tabogon 6009, Cebu.
SHUTTLE: It is possible to ask for the resort to pick you up from the airport, also for drop-off. With additional charges, for more info on the rates, you may contact them on their facebook page or website.
BUS: Take a bus headed to Tabogon from the North Bus Terminal. Just tell the driver or conductor that you’d like to get off at Bunzie’s Cove.
CAR: The best way to get to the resort is by using a private vehicle or car rental. Just drive towards the north of Cebu following a guide on Google Maps or Waze. It’s about 82km from the city and a 2-3 hour drive. There is a secure and private parking lot for the guests.
*Photos are from the resort’s facebook page and website.