Pinamuntugan Island is a small island located offshore Bacacay, Albay . The island is directly facing the pacific ocean and offers beautiful remote white sand beaches. On the way to the island, you will follow albay's coastline and enjoy various islands, beaches and cliffs.
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Say "Albay", and "Mayon Volcano" would eventually follow suit. Its true that the Perfect Cone is hard to ignore when youre in the province, but take a second and look past it and youll find some of the most beautiful destinations in the region. So, go off the beaten path, stray from the hordes of tourists and get to know more of this province with these six less-traveled places.
On the edges of the Tabaco Bay lies an islet that goes by the name of Pinamuntogan Island. Sometimes also spelled as Pinamuntugan, this place in Bacacay boasts a length of chalky, cream sands ...
Discovering beauty in a place that's often overlooked is a skill and joy travelers are familiar with. Going beyond the surface, delving further than the obvious, almost always has rewards that no pre-made itinerary could ever replicate.
Along the Tabaco Bay, in the town of Bacacay in Albay, is a little known paradise called Pinamuntogan Island (also spelled as Pinamuntugan). This inlet is lined with coconut trees and a shore with fine, cream sands opening to blue, blue waters. It's still relatively unknown to people outside of Albay, which makes it perfect for those looking to get away from the crowd.
Pinamuntugan Island is one of the unique island and beach destinations located off the coast of Cagraray Island in Albay. It is without refinement, a little wilder, slightly more untamed and significantly less touristy than its neighbor destinations. With a limited accommodation and infrastructure, it is surely an Eden for intrepid explorer who loves a rugged, less refined island with natural landscape. This simple and distinct island is now gaining popularity as it shines itself as one of the few white sand beaches in Albay. The island's stand-alone rock formation is somewhat the landmark and ...
Where do we go next? How much fortune do we have? You know, we don't have much of both cash and time. Needless to say, we're also ultra busy sometimes with empty pocket most of the time. These circumstances may keep us swinging for just a little while. But our strong desire to go out and play under the scorching sun always prevails in the right time.
Here we go again! Bargaining with the boatman to take us to a hidden paradise without having us pay the standard fee for the ride. Deal was sealed. We paid ₱1,400 instead of ₱1,800 for a day trip, back and forth, good for 5 human be ...
A memorable Albay vacation is more than an ethereal view of the elusive Mayon Volcano. If you happen to have had a close glimpse of the province's most famous natural attraction already, then you certainly need to satiate that craving for more wanderlust by venturing into its less explored parts. Fortunately, the scenic towns of Bacacay and Rapu-rapu offer tourists a tropical experience of island-hopping that has only taken off in recent years after tourism advocates actively started promoting secluded places in this part of Bicol. Maria Ana Banadera is one such Bicolana who owns and operates ...