Salagdoong Beach, Siquior

Located in the beautiful and mystical island of Siquior is Salagdoong Beach. The island offers a lot of resort but the best attraction of this place is the cliff jump. The height can be intimidating but it will give you that adrenaline rush if you manage to conquer your fear. It offers a lot of cottages and a place to stay and eat. The water were clear and the sand is white. The place has a fun vibe and it is a good place to socialize. Continue reading “Salagdoong Beach, Siquior”

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Pagudpod, Ilocos Norte

The best attraction of Pagudpod is it’s beach. What I love the about the place is the serenity. It is not crowded and the place is very clean. The color of the light here is very warm. It makes everything look golden. This is something that I have never seen in other beaches before.

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Cape Bojeador, Ilocos Norte

The weather was perfect when we went here. The colors were so bright. The blue sky, the green trees and the white and red colors of the building were so saturated. Cape Bojeador Lighthouse, also known as Burgos Lighthouse, is a cultural heritage structure in Burgos, Ilocos Norte, that was established during the Spanish Colonial period in the Philippines. It was first lit on March 30, 1892.

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Napinto Cave, Quezon Province

We went to Napinto Cave as a side trip before heading to Alibijaban.  It is located in San Narciso in Quezon Province. I’m not sure why they call it a cave since I did not see one. Maybe it has that I’m not aware. This island is very different from where we would usually go. It is uninhabited. We went here for the rock formation primarily which has this arch. We could not even swim here because there are a lot of jelly fish in the area.

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Calatagan, Batangas

Calatagan, Batangas has a lot of classy resorts to offer if you’re wanting a relaxing and comfortable stay. To enjoy the beach, you don’t need to ride a boat and go to an island. They offer first class amenities where you can relax, swim, eat and take a fancy shower like in a hotel. The water is very still so the beach is like a gigantic swimming pool except for the changing tides. Swimming pools are also available for both kids and adults if you prefer a safer swim.

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