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Filipina Travel at Calaguas Island

It's already month of June and rain started pouring weekly. There had been a heavy rain on the same weekday we were about to go to Calaguas Island.

Surprisingly, upon our touchdown on this magnificent island, sunny weather, blue sky and summer heat could still be felt. With an additional of clear blue water and fine, white sand, this Calaguas Island trip is just right and perfect.


Boatride to Calaguas Island









Boatride to Calaguas Island

We stayed at our friend's family in Daet before going to Calaguas Island. After preparing foods and baon in the morning, thank you to Asis Family, we spent one hour tricycle ride to the port of Vinzon, Camarines Norte. The port for the boat is a market and boat parking place surrounded by bakawan.

After hauling all our baggage to the boat, the engine started and we zigzagged the bakawan going to the open sea. The Bakawan in Vinzon reminded me of Amazon River. Since there was only five passengers, the two hour boat ride was cut to one hour and thirty minutes. We were so lucky to have a nice and sunny weather on that weekend, coming from a rainy weekdays. No big waves, just calm sea and cloudless sky.

Bakawan, islet and island, blue horizon, white beaches along the way - perfect boat ride to Calaguas Island.

Bagasbas Beach at Night





Bagasbas Beach at Night

This place is said to be a haven for surfers. We visited the Bagasbas Beach at night. Although I didnt able to swim and check out the waves, you can easily see that it has a nice shorelines, nice sand, long stretch of fine sand, clear water and clean beach. 

Another thing I like in Bagasbas Beach, unlike other beach where beach resort and other establishments almost haggle all the space in beaches, there is a spacious shoreline, a pathway way for tourist or vehicles, before the beach resort or resto can build their buildings.

I hope I can come back soon in Bagasbas Beach to learn surfing.

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