Sabang Beach is located in Baler, Aurora. From March through June, the waves are relatively calm providing a good beachfront for swimmers and an excellent challenge for expert windsurfers. The months from October to February bring in the large waves for beginner surfers to learn the basics with relative safety, since most of the beach is sandy- bottomed.
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Famously known as the surfing capital of the Philippines because of the massive waves that will give you an amazing surfing experience! Cheap front beach hostel, friendly surf instructors and tour guide (that reminds me of the surfer and the instructor, and then they fell in love with each other which happened here in Baler. PS. I didn't fell in love with my instructor guys. Trust me.), stunning beach views. Gahd! Thinking all that makes me want to go back to Baler real soon.
We went to Ampere Beach in Dipaculao Aurora to catch the sunrise which is really amazin ...
Haler Baler! We screamed after 10 hours of traffic from Edsa to Aurora, Quezon. This past Labour Day weekend our family decided to go somewhere, it was a pretty late decision since we only have a day to look where to go. And we decided to go a bit farther this time since we already explored most of Batangas and Zambales, and baler was the perfect destination for us, as well as the whole of manila. We went on a road trip to Baler, normally it would only take 6 to 8 hours of drive from Laguna to Aurora, Quezon, but because of the holiday everybody went on vacation and so traffic is understandabl ...
Juan Carlos Angeles won the longest ride, and Shan Alejos topped the tandem category of the recent Free the Sea Movement 2 hosted by lifestyle brand Reef in Baler, Aurora.
Marcus Dieter and JP Pang finished second and third behind Angeles, while Mikaela Alde and Joana Valencia wound up 2-3 after Alejos in the event organized by Surfari Philippines at Sabang Beach.
Besides the surfing competition, Reef also promoted responsible travel and environmental conservation in partnership with WWF Philippines during the fun three-day event.
Set in one of the countrys top hotspots for surfing, F ...
The skeptic in me was asking if what we're doing is actually worth it. If this one-hour beach clean-up would actually make an impact. I still didn't get an answer as I scoured the shore for things that doesn't naturally belong to it. But after seeing the eager eyes and thankful smiles from the locals, I knew that we're igniting an initiative that would spark to something for this beach community in Baler.
The waves werent as strong as I remember it to be, yet there were still a few bodies paddling across the darkening waters of Baler, hoping to catch one last swell before calling it a day. On the horizon, the silhouette of the Sierra Made mountain range was capped in wispy clouds, and above, a hue of pink glowed across an overcast twilight. Us, we were happy just to be here, sprawled on the sand, with spicy chips on one hand and bottles of beer on another.
Last weekend of September 2017, I joined REEF on their Free the Sea Movement coastal cleanup drive with WWF. Our coastal cleanup only transpired for less than an hour along the shores of Sabang Beach in Baler, Aurora. We swiped about less than a kilometer of the coastal area but what we found was jaw-dropping. We collected about 100 kilos of waste. The bulk of what we collected in terms of volume was? CIGARETTE BUTTS!