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Going To Camaya Coast
from FAB, you can:
- Continue on until you reach Camaya Coast via Bagac-
- or get on board the Camaya Cove Hopper for a 15 minute
cruise along the Camaya Coastline.
- ABOUT 50 METERS AFTER DAU EXIT TAKE THE SCTEX.
- FROM SCTEX, HEAD TOWARDS SUBIC AND EXIT
DINALUPIHAN TO ROMAN SUPER HIGHWAY.
- TURN RIGHT UPON EXIT OF THE SCTEX AND FOLLOW
THE ROMAN SUPER HIGHWAY TO MARIVELES BATAAN
ECONOMIC ZONE AUTHORITY (BEZA), now FREEPORT
AREA of BATAAN (FAB).
- FERRY TERMINAL IN PICC TO CAMAYA COAST TERMINAL
via FERRY BOAT
It is located in Sitio Wain, Brgy. Biaan, Municipality of Mariveles, Province of Bataan, Central Luzon Region, Philippines.
Easily accessible to and from the densely populated provinces of Central Luzon.
About 10 kilometers from Bataan Economic Zone Authority (BEZA), the very first special economic zone in the Philippines, now a Freeport Zone by virtue of Republic
Act 9728. BEZA and others strategic areas in the Municipality of Mariveles are known as the Freeport Area of Bataan (FAB).
The Camaya Coast, also known as the Little Boracay of Bataan, is a beach resort and residential development area in Mariveles, Bataan, Philippines. The total area
of the beaches that make up the coast is around one square kilometer, along with "3.2 kilometers of total cost line" that includes two coves and several waterfalls with
a river running through the region. The resort area is owned and being developed by Earth and Leisure Communities, led by President Goody Ilagan and CEO
Manuel Carlos Ilagan Jr. The name of the resort area is a reflection of the original name of the town of Mariveles, which used to be called Camaya.