Stella Mariz Resort – The 50-Peso Haven

Where can you find a peaceful and relaxing place worth 50 pesos?

Enjoy the beach and take shelter under the towering Agoho trees of Stella Mariz Beach Resort in Bagac, Bataan. The place is just 3 – 4 hours away from Manila and perfect for your weekend getaway. Entrance fee is only Php50 for day tour or P100 overnight.

The Place

The charm of this place is that you can spend a day in quietness and just relax. You can pitch your tent and cook your food for free. And if you have a hammock with you, certainly the place is perfect for you.  The sand is not as white as the other beaches but it is clean and revitalizing. There are tables and cottages for rent and even boats to take you to the nearest island  – Looc Beach and Playa La Caleta.

At night, make sure to bring a flashlight or any lighting to keep you guided as the place is really dark. Keep your garbages  elevated to avoid being scattered by dogs or goats.


Buy your food in advance as there are no stores inside the resort. You can buy your stuff in Bagac market before heading to Stella Mariz.

What To Do

You can choose to stay in Stella Mariz and camp or if you want an extra adventure, hire a boat to visit Looc Beach, Sugong Cave and Playa La Caleta.

How to Get There

  • Ride a Genesis Bus in Cubao terminal to Balanga, Bataan (drop-off point: Bataan Terminal )
    • From Bataan Terminal, ride a jeep to Bagac Market


    • Ride a tricycle to Stella Mariz

Tips and Reminder

  • Bring your own food. There are no food stalls inside the resort. You can buy food in Bagac market
  • Pitching of tent is free. Bring your own tent.
    • Bring flashlights, fans, powerbanks and cooking set


    • Practice LNT principle (Leave No Trace). Manage your trash and keep the place clean.



  • Entrance fee at Stella Mariz – P100/head day or overnight (the 50-pesos entrance is now P100)
  • All children below 5 years of age are free of charge


Picnic Table – P300/day

Open Bench – P700/day

Seaside Picnic Table (Pala-Pala) – P500/day

Campsite Area (good for 4 tents) – P500/day

Open Cottage (small, good for 10pax) – P1,500/day

Open Cottage (big, good for 15pax) – P2,000/day

Kubo Closed – P2,500/day

Villa (10 pax on beds, 10 on floor) – P4,000/day

White House (6pax beds, 10 on floor)  – P5,500/day

Pavilion (approx. 50 to 100 persons) – P6,500/day


Good for 3 Persons – P200/day
Good for 4 Persons – P300/day
Good for 6 Persons – P500/day
Good for 8 Persons – P700/day
Note: All tent rentals are separate from CAMP SITE AREA FEE

You can contact Stella Mariz on these numbers:

GLOBE: 0966-226-2044
SMART: 0998-731-8864

FB Page: Stella Mariz Beach Resort

Other Option

  • Boat rental is P1,500 – P2,000 going to Looc Beach, Sugong Cave and Playa La Caleta
  • Entrance fees are being collected


Stella Mariz Beach Resort is a nice and quiet place to stay and enjoy your weekend. Though not yet developed, the resort can accommodate groups and walk-in guests. The resort may lack in terms of rooms and access to stores. They are probably addressing these because we saw some constructions being built in the area.

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    1. Hi Abi,

      Entrance fee for day tour is Php50 and Php100 for overnight stay. Note that this rate is based from December 2016 during our last visit.

    1. Hi Jeralyn,

      WE Wander PH does not offer any travel and tour package but if you’re asking if Stella Mariz Resort is open on May 20? Yes, they are open daily. Thank you.

    1. Hi Janica! They are open everyday before but not sure if there’s any changes in the schedule this year.

    1. Hi Janica,

      When we went there, they have this bonfire area. Hopefully, it’s the same setup this year. 🙂

  1. Hi! I’m just wondering if you know how much are the transpo fares for the ff:

    “Ride a Genesis Bus in Cubao terminal to Balanga, Bataan (drop-off point: Bataan Terminal )
    From Bataan Terminal, ride a jeep to Bagac Market
    Ride a tricycle to Stella Mariz”

    TIA! ^^

    1. Hi Pearl,

      Bus fare may range from Php250 – Php300. Jeep from terminal to Bagac market may cost you Php50 or higher. For the tricycle, not sure about how much but it could start from Php130+ one way.

    1. Hi Janine,

      If you were referring to the rates, yes, they are updated as of 2019. 🙂

  2. hi! is there a contact number where we can reach them?
    and also, is there a need for a reservation or they can accommodate walk-ins? thanks is advance

    1. Hi Marissa,

      Please contact them at 0920-550-7360. Better if you ask for reservation po. 🙂

  3. hi po ask ko lang magkano po ang total amount na nagastos nyo just for transpo kung commute?