Calaguas Island, Beautiful Tourist Spot to Get Back to Nature
Calaguas island is able to provide the scenic beauty of the beach with pristine white sand, without the need to set up a special filter mode in your camera, and the sea is really blue.
The waves may be high, and the journey to these destinations may also be longer than usual. But believe me it was not all in vain. Calaguas group of islands, which are rated as the best new tourist destination in the Philippines, located in the province of Camarines Norte, which can be reached by sea travel about two hours from a port in the Vinzons city or by boat for an hour (plus a road trip for eight hours if you are from Manila) from the town of Paracale.
Calaguas island is able to provide the scenic beauty of the beach with pristine white sand, without the need to set up a special filter mode in your camera, and the sea is really blue. Unfortunately, the island yet offers many accommodation facilities, but there is a travel agency that offers a unique experience for overnight camping.
The best time to go to Calaguas is between January and June, when the waves are not so fierce and high. When you land on the island, immediately soak up the sun, mingle with the locals and take pictures of all the things you want!
Do not forget to bring all the things you need. Since there was no electricity on the island, then you really will be disconnected from the outside world. Keep all electronic devices back and relax. In addition, there is no cell phone signal, but you do not need to be afraid because the island was secured. Really back to nature!
When the sun goes down, Calaguas is also a panoramic paradise, so make sure your camera is ready for action. Should you decide to spend the night, join in a festive bonfire or gaze at the stars. Enjoy your sleep with the sound of the waves as a lullaby.
THINGS TO DO: Swimming in the blue sea and enjoy the pristine white sand.
OTHER ACTIVITIES: You can take a hike and enjoy the panoramic view from the hilltop Calaguas.
HOW TO TO THE ISLAND: Some buses offer a route Manila-Camarines Norte, with a one-way fare for 450 to 800 pesos. The tour for two days (with tent accommodation) is very low at a cost of 3,000 pesos, inclusive of transport the boat to Calaguas.