Sabang Beach is located in Baler in Aurora Province. Sabang Beach s a popular surfing destination; It is located along a stretch of gray sand beach with several resorts, including Angara’s Beach House, Bay’s Inn Resort, MIA Surf and Sports Resort, and the Baler Guesthouse and Restaurant. These establishments offer accommodations adjacent to Sabang Beach boardwalk and provide food, relaxation, and respite for swimmers and surfers.
From March through June, the waves at Sabang Beach are relatively calm, providing a good beachfront for swimmers and an excellent challenge Continue reading →
Daluyon Beach and Mountain Resort is a paradise found in Palawan, located 82 kilometers from Puerto Princesa airport. Built in 2007, this 100% Filipino-owned 3-star hotel is a Two time winner of the ASEAN Green Hotel Award 2012 /2014. The resort is located on Palawan‘s secluded Sabang Beach, walking distance from Puerto Princesa‘s famous Underground River National Park, one of the Philippines’ Unesco World Heritage sites. Whether on a romantic getaway, a family vacation or just looking to take a break, Daluyon Beach and Mountain Resort will make your stay an unforgetable experience. Continue reading →
Sabang is the gateway to the world heritage-listed Puerto Princesa Subterranean Underground River. Sabang is a small village located on the western coast of the provincial island of Palawan, Philippines. It is considered part of the municipality of Puerto Princesa. Located 80 kilometers northwest of Puerto Princesa City, Sabang is comprised of a small fishing community that provides banca transportation to and from the Underground River. The beach is located at St. Paul’s Bay and stretches to the border of the National Park, with Daluyon Beach and Mountain Resort located in its very heart. Its remoteness and natural setting make it Continue reading →
Capt’n Gregg’s is the longest running dive resort on Sabang Beach and has been a magnet for scuba divers and backpackers to Puerto Galera since the late 1970s. The open seascape views from many of the modest rooms, combined with the spacious panoramic restaurant, make Capt’n Gregg’s Dive Resort a great place for contemplating the previous night’s spoils over a late breakfast. Capt’n Gregg’s is also the spiritual home of the Puerto Galera HASH. If you want your scuba diving holiday to include HASHing and substantial breakfasts, choose Capt’n Gregg’s. Continue reading →
Baler is the capital of Aurora Province. The long coastline of Aurora is exposed to the Pacific Ocean and when the ocean stirs, it unloads massive swells on the coastline. It is possible to get waves here all year round, but generally the best waves come in from October to February. The surfing scene in the film Apocalypse Now was filmed in Baler at Charlie’s Point. When the film crew departed, they left their surfboards behind, igniting the popularity of surfing in Baler. Surfers from all over the world compete here for the annual Aurora Surfing Cup. Great and accessible surfing areas in Baler include Sabang Beach, Cemento Beach, Charlie’s Point and Lindy’s Point. Local surfers are always friendly and hospitable to visitors, and it pays to learn from their experience with the waves. Continue reading →
Popularly known as the City of Island Adventures, this haven of leisure and adventure boasts of 17 panoramic islands blessed with long stretches of white sand beaches, mystical caves, captivating rock formations, vast mangrove forest and under water sceneries.
Experience the warmth and hospitality of the Surigaonon people as you embark on an island hopping adventure – from the picturesque Basul Island, the mecca of game fishing in the Island of Danawan, a journey through the “floating” village of Day-asan, paddle along the emerald waterways amidst the lush mangrove forest of Manjagao and dip in the crystal blue waters of Sagisi Island. Continue reading →