The Cotivas island is a small island between two larger islands at the northernmost part of the Caramoan peninsula. Cotivas Island is the most remote island among the islets of Caramoan in Camarines Sur. Notable for its golden sand beach tip and coconut trees that proliferate at the middle of the island. It is a usual beach stop for the island hopping itinerary due to its calm waves being protected by 2 larger islands on both of its sides and the huts that provide shelter. Because of its secluded location with very few local inhabitants, the island is extra peaceful and quiet. There are no infrastructures but only the sand, the beaches and the trees. It was all nature and yourself, which can make you feel like a castaway and totally withdrawn from the noise and stress of modern city life. Cotivas Island is perfect for beach bumming mainly because of its serene and concrete 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
Cagbalete Island is another jewel of Quezon Province. Located in the Lamon Bay fronting the Pacific Ocean, it is another paradise off the coast of Mauban, Quezon and surrounded by white sand that exposes during low tide. This 1,640 hectares privately owned island is home to a diverse ecosystem.
With unique variety of birds, rich marine life, and the abundance of unique species of plants, the island is a complete paradise for adventurers and nature lovers. Similar to Jomalig Island in Northern Quezon, a part of the Cagbalete’s beach is dotted with Continue reading