The Philippines has so many beautiful islands scattered in different parts from Luzon to Mindanao. All of which have a combination of different kinds of sand, limestone and rock formations, and waters with varying hues of turquoise, azure, cerulean, and different shades of blue. Some are more developed than others
There’s something about sunsets that make one stop and stare, watching the blue skies turn into a faint red and then into a fiery orange that lights up the sky, before settling into a moon and starlit night.
Calaguas Group of Islands includes three major islands — Tinaga Island, Guintinua Island, and Maculabo Island. True to its name, Mahabang Buhangin Beach, is a long stretch of beach located in Tinaga Island. The beach is popular for campers and backpackers. Good news is that the local government takes the
Camarines Norte is a prime tourist destination because it offers a lot to visitors, whether they want to laze on the beach or ride the waves. One of the must-visit places of the region is Calaguas. Due to its rising popularity, it is experiencing an uptick in visitors and growth
The Philippines is famous for beautiful beaches with blue-tinged waters and sand as white as snow and as soft as powder. There are plenty of provinces that offer rest and relaxation on the beach for tired and weary wanderers. For those who want to test their mettle on the waves
Did you plan a trip with a group of friends? Then when the date of the trip nears, you find yourself traveling on your own? This scenario is all too familiar for some of us; we then go through the process of thinking about pushing through or not going at
When we talk about unspoilt paradises in the Philippines, it’s almost impossible not to mention Calaguas, a sanctuary in the north best known for its pristine waters and powdery white sands. Calaguas sits quietly in the province of Camarines Norte, encompassing the major islands of Guintinua and Tinaga and Maculabo
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Peppering the coast of mainland Camarines Norte is the Mercedes Group of Islands. All seven of them — Apuao Grande, Quinapaguian, Malasugui, Apuao Pequeña, Canton, Caringo, and Canimog — are scenic and excellent tropical destinations for your beach bumming pleasure. But all seven are hard to be squeezed into a
There are many questions that travel bloggers can answer easily. How to get there. Where to stay. What to do in a certain destination. But if you want them to stop dead in their tracks and give them a hard time, ask them what their favorite place is. And that’s