Caramoan’s popularity soared when a hit reality TV show used its islands. It comes as no surprise because of its raw and natural beauty consisting of tear-like rock formations jutting out of the aquamarine waters, lagoons, and different kinds of sand — from white to cream-colored, fine to pebbles. The
Each week, we’re stalking Instagram for the best photos that capture our favorite Philippine beaches. Got some amazing snaps to share? Tag them with @philbeaches or #philippinebeachesorg and you just might see it featured here! The week had mother nature posing for all its best selfies! Curious? Then on to the photos
Even by looking at the map, it’s easy to tell that Lahos Island is quite a beauty. Its main beach is spread across the island, reaching both the eastern and western sides, while sandwiched by massive rock formations to the north and south. Lahos Island is part of the Caramoan
Two beaches make up the two sides of the almost triangular Bagieng Island. Straddling around two kilometers of glittering ivory coast that gets hugged by crystal clear waters, the two beaches are called Bagieng (after the island) and Sabitang Laya. Bagieng Island is part of the Lucsuhin group, off the
Matukad is one of the smaller islands off the coast of the Caramoan peninsula. Like many islands in the area, its beaches and surrounding waters are freckled with towering limestone cliffs. But they are not even its biggest selling point. What many visitors love about Matukad Island is its fine,
Like many islands off the coast of the Caramoan Peninsula in Camarines Sur, Cotivas Island is uninhabited, fostering a deserted tropical paradise atmosphere. It is no surprise that it has been chosen as one of the shooting locations for Survivor: Philippines and Survivor: Caramoan (Fans vs Favorites). Wooden structures used
Atulayan Island in Camarines Sur may not be a familiar beach destination but it is never short of that blissful island indulgence beach bums look for. It lies on the district of Partido Riviera, that side of Bicol where the land, sea and sky meet.
We asked some of your favorite travel bloggers: What is the best beach in the Philippines? It’s a difficult question, to say the least. After all, the Philippines is made up of over 7000 islands, fringed by miles of shoreline. Picking just one out of countless coves and beaches is