CALAGUAS: Welcome to the Island

April 2016 | Part 3

Calaguas-travel

We sailed past beautiful islands for almost 2 hours.

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We finally arrived!

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We hopped off the boat right into crystal clear waters.

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We arrived just before lunch time. The sun was in full blast and the sky was immaculate.

The many shades of blue blended into the quiet sea.

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The sand was fine and chalky white, just as other travelers claimed.

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I haven’t traveled much within the Philippines but this was the most pristine beach in the country that I’ve seen so far. Yes, better than Boracay’s sand.

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So peaceful! Until the big noisy group arrived. 😦

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We were greeted by the staff of Waling-Waling who led us to our home for the next 4 days.

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 CALAGUAS 2016

Getting there Trekking Camping The night life
Arriving at Paracale Port Kayaking The departure
Welcome to the Island The rocks 3 travel tips
Waling-Waling EcoVillage Things to do in Calaguas 3 takeaways

 

 

 

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