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
An hour and a half or so away off the coast of mainland Surigao, Dinagat Islands is a province with many beautiful beaches that have yet to reach mainstream. One of the destinations you can visit is Cab-ilan Beach in Cab-ilan Island. It has fine white sand, cerulean waters, and
Dinagat Islands has a charming appeal because it has yet to reach the popularity and development of many of the country’s famous destinations. Its main draw is the pristine and unspoiled beaches found in different parts of the province. The most accessible and nearest beach to San Jose is Santa
Bita-og Beach (or Bitaug Beach) of Unib Island in Dinagat Islands has the makings of a premier destination in the Philippines — fine white sand, an idyllic ambiance, dancing coconut trees, and turquoise waters. Despite the characteristics that make it a beautiful island destination, there are very few tourists who
Biray-biray Beach is one of the places you’ll visit during an island hopping tour around Dinagat Islands. It has white sand, glass-like waters, rock formations, and a serene atmosphere. Located in the municipality of Basilisa, it’s far from the crowds and hustle and bustle of popular destinations in the Philippines.
Dinagat Islands is one of the places in the Philippines that don’t get much attention. However, for those that make the journey, they’ll soon realize, why didn’t they go sooner? This province has beautiful white powder-like sand beaches, clear cool waters, and an idyllic easy-going town. Its shores have yet