Dinadiawan Beach

Dipaculao, Aurora

Dinadiawan Beach is located along the Dicadi Highway in Dipaculao, Aurora. Dinadiawan Beach is one of the most beautiful beaches in Aurora, with a fabulous view of the Pacific Ocean, the lush, diverse forests of the Sierra Madre Mountain Range, and the rock formation along the shoreline. And, Dinadiawan Beach is resort-free.

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  • Why You Will Fall In Love With Dinadiawan Beach

    Why You Will Fall In Love With Dinadiawan Beach

    As we have already explored, the Philippines is home to some of the most beautiful and pure beaches in the world. From overnight camping right on the sand and under the stars, exploring rock formations and hiking mountains on castaway islands, snorkeling and discovering an endless array of underwater treasures, Filipino beaches are unlike any other beach in the world.

  • Waves Of Aurora Philippines

    So uhm our family took advantage of long weekend last week April 28, 29, and 30. because my brother have school that is the free time of mah kuya bc their last day is on last week of may. Busy of that long weekend, many families took advantage of it too!!! all hotels are booked but luckily we found one! the hotel's still under construction and unknown actually it is not an actual hotel, bc we stayed in small kubo (nipa hut) and rented a tent but it was ok tho and it was memorable because we had fun, it is my first time sleeping on a tent (it is so hoooooooot AF) and had a looooooooong road tri ...

  • Sand And Stars Resort Dinadiawan Beach

    Sand And Stars Resort Dinadiawan Beach

    At first, we were looking for a beach which is not too crowded, we tried checking some blog sites, thereafter, upon reviewing the different beaches from the said blog sites, I have seen that the Sand and Stars Resort has the best review so far, as such, since we also want to experience glamping and outdoor bonding, we tried to study about how to travel to Aurora province going to the said resort.

    The place is really stunning, adding to it the location of the resort where you can witness the sunrise and the sunset as it was in middle of the mountains. It gives a feeling of being isolated for ...

  • Dinadiawan Aurora Beach Close To Home

    Dinadiawan Aurora Beach Close To Home

    I have been to quite a number of beaches in 2015 but when I had the chance for one last hirit (Filipino slang which connotes 'more wanting'), I spent time on a secluded one closer to home. It was an overnight trip but most of what I did were packed during the day ??" from lazy people-watching, moments of wading and what to me is this crazy loooong walk from almost end-to-end of this long strip of sand.

    My only time to rest was during sunset until it was dark and cloudplay was over. After that, I slept for almost 12 hours (!) which equals to about 5 regular days. Then in all my groggy in the ...

  • Soul Surfers In Baler The Outskirts

    Soul Surfers In Baler The Outskirts

    Baler isn't the only reason to visit Aurora. If you're like me who got frustrated of surfing and held grudge against Sabang Beach for it, there are other beaches across the province where you can just get your tan even if you are already tan. In our trip, we went to Dinadiawan Agri Beach Resort.

    Dinadiawan is located in the town of Dipaculao. It took us around two hours to reach the beach. Good thing that we ate buffet for breakfast.

    I believe there are residential houses around the resort. There were children playing and they were fishing. They must be lucky to live just beside the beac ...

  • Dinadiawan Beach Auroras Hidden Gem

    Dinadiawan Beach Auroras Hidden Gem

    Through the raging waves of Sabang Beach, Mother Falls' tempestuous water dropping from its magnificent tier and superb antiquity that Aurora Province holds, there's a precious gem hiding beneath these treasures called Dinadiawan Beach. With its silken white sand and crystal clear water, Dinadiawan Beach had been an underrated spot in Aurora Province.

    After having visited Aurora Province for three times, it's my first time to visit places outside Baler. This is because I got really curious about the article from THE LOST KIDS PH where they cover a white sand paradise beyond Baler. So while ...