Basco Lighthouse

Basco, Batanes

Basco Lighthouse is a lighthouse in the town of Basco in Batanes, the northernmost province in the Philippines. Located in Naidi Hills in Barangay San Antonio, the lush green hills and the open sea provide a beautiful backdrop for the lighthouse. The place can easily be reached by a 1.2-km hike from the Port of Basco.

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  • Batanes Travel Guide 2018

    Batanes Travel Guide 2018

    What you just read above means How are you? in Ivatan (the language spoken in Batanes Islands) Thank you for coming back to our blog! I know you're hungry for adventure, that's why we're back here in Batanes! Not for the second, but for the third time! how time flies right?

  • My Girlfriend And The Moment We Wont Forget In Batanes

    What a moment this was with my girlfriend in Batanes. This island is incredible! The majestic landscapes, lighthouses, beautiful scenery. You can have some unforgettable moments here! And that is exactly what happened with Therine and I.

    WE HAD AN UNFORGETTABLE MOVIE MOMENT!

    This video is a little shorter and less interactive than usual. That is because I was filming with Rated K and doing lots of interviews, but none the less it was a BEAUTIFUL DAY, with beautiful people, in beautiful Batanes!

  • Postcards From North Batan

    Postcards From North Batan

    In continuation of my post from last December here from a trip made last June here are the breathtaking sights to behold in North Batan. I didn't even know that it's possible to squeeze both in a day!!! It was only around 2PM and Kuya Dale just casually brought up the idea since he knew I only have a day left. Thankfully, always girl scout ready, I brought a big bag for all my outfit changes. Ahaha!!!

  • Batanes Travel Guide: Where East Meets West

    Batanes Travel Guide: Where East Meets West

    Batanes, the smallest province of the Philippines, lies at the northernmost tip of the country about 190 kilometers south of Taiwan. Out of the 10 islands included in the Batanes group of islands, only 3 are inhabited, Batan, Sabtang and Itbayat. The smaller islets are Dequey, Siayan, Mabudis, Ibuhos, Diogo, North Island, and Y'ami. Because of its cool and windy weather, Batanes is also referred to as the Home of the Winds. It is also the place where the Pacific Ocean meets the West Philippine Sea so the water current is usually rough.

  • GSL Batanes Trip 2018

    The breathtaking scenes created entirely by nature will leave you in awe. Indeed Gods amazing creation

    Fall in love with the northernmost islands of the Philippines #Batanes

    B-reathtaking
    A-mazing Adventures
    T-ranquility
    A-esthetic landscapes
    N-atural Beauty
    E-ndless and Timeless
    S-uperb

  • Batanes Sample Itinerary, Tips, Contacts And Expenses For Solo Backpacking

    Batanes Sample Itinerary, Tips, Contacts And Expenses For Solo Backpacking

    Batanes is considered the ultimate destination in the Philippines according to locals. We couldn't get enough of his incomparable beauty that this is actually our third Batanes blog review. Our previous DIY travel guides to Batanes are all designed for couples so this time we'll feature one brave soul who traveled to Batanes alone. Her name is April Esteban. She has given me the blessing to share her photos, tips, contact persons and everything you need to know to help you prepare that trip there.