Hardin Ng Postema Resort In Tanza Cavite

P5215357tyFor someone who is looking for a very affordable, nature-friendly resort in Cavite, then you might consider dropping by at Hardin ng Postema Resort in the town of Tanza. We just had our Summer function in this resort last week and we really had a blast. Hardin ng Postema is located at Sitio Postema Sahud-Ulan, Tanza. As far as the affordability is concerned, Hardin ng Postema is probably on top of its competition. Aside from its cheap entrance fee, the resort offers no charge on any of their cottages. P5215356tyThe place is extremely huge. There are 6 pools to choose from including the 2 huge “landscaped” pools, 2 kiddie pools beside the big pools, a pool with slides and an Olympic-sized pool.You can find bathrooms almost every building they got and each cottage comes up with an outlet that you can use for free. Guests wanting to stay overnight or longer can book themselves one of the many air-conditioned rooms, basic and de luxe, all with clean bathrooms, TV, and ref. The Standard room that can accommodate 4 persons will range from Php1,600 (12 hours) to Php2600 (24 hours) while the De Luxe rooms range from Php2,000 to Php3,800. P5210006tyOne of their Kiddie pools and Landscape Pool. P5210012tyTables that you can use at no charge at all. Videoke can also be rented for Php500 which is good for 4 hours. P5210014tyP5210015tyA pool with slides. I am not sure if this is a private pool but they are currently doing some renovation in this area at that time. P5215361tyThe Olympic sized poolP5215370ttAnother one of their landscape poolsP5215372ttP5215373ttAnother Kiddie poolP5215358tt. The place also offers special venues, souvenir shops, playgrounds and more. P5215402tttyP5215417ttAt the back of the resort is a huge unoccupied area filled with huge trees!
How to Get at Hardin ng Postema
Take any bus or mini bus to Tanza or Naic, from Baclaran or Zapote. When you get off at the corner with the Hardin ng Postema signages, it is an easy walk to the resort. You can also ask the driver to drop you off in the nearest street that will take you to the resort.

12 thoughts on “Hardin Ng Postema Resort In Tanza Cavite”

  1. sam says:

    I’m also from Cavite! And even though we don’t have many beaches, we have a handful of resorts. This one looks nice for a family picnic. Kids would also love the slides!

  2. aika loraine says:

    The rates are cheap! the pools are big and looks not so crowded. i’ll take note of this if ever i wanted to escape the city and have some quick vacay.

  3. Jessica says:

    I like the blend of the crowd and the peaceful corner. Cavite is such an amazing place from history, mountains and even cool resorts like this.

  4. Wow! That’s really a bargain! Another resort to try with my boys. I’m sure they will enjoy this place. And I love that it’s not too far from our place.

  5. The entrance fees are very affordable and the place is huge!! Definitely perfect for team building activities or company outings! Wow, they even have an olympic sized pools. I’m taking note of this place! Thanks for this!

  6. Jane says:

    I want to go there! You make it sound like such a cool place 🙂
    And so many swimming pools! I could definitely see myself chilling there 🙂

  7. Mirriam says:

    A resort that does not charge for the use of cottages? that’s a new one for me. I’m glad there’s a go to place like that in Cavite. Too bad it’s a bit far from my place, otherwise, I would be a frequent customer. I’ll share this with my Cavite-based friends 🙂

  8. Master Ryo says:

    The pools are so inviting! As much as I want to visit there for this weekend, I think i’ll consider it soon. Also, the karaoke is so cheap for 4hrs. I bet my friends would love to sing our hearts out there.

    cheers! http://www.masterryo.wordpress.com

  9. Looks like a nice place for a family outing. Glad to know there are more and more resorts like this that are sprouting. Here in Rizal, we also have a lot of pools and resorts in the area so for practicality sake, we don’t need to go far just to have a family outing.

  10. I agree with you that it’s super cheap. Most resorts these days charge for the usage of cottage. I wonder on what the maximum capacity of the resort is. I fear that the resort gets overcrowded and the guest won’t be able to enjoy the pools much.

  11. Sonnie says:

    This is a good alternative for a quickie getaway, spacious and free use of tables/cottages.

  12. The rates are cheap, and it’s good for a barakada trip. I notice also that the pools are big and looks not so crowded (I guess because it’s already a rainy season). I’ll definitely tell my HS Friends this good spot. Thanks

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