Malabrigo Beach is located in Lobo, Batangas. The shorelines are filled with pebble stones of different sizes, which makes the water clear. Malabrigo rises as a destination with a unique character and a much tougher attitude.
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Traveling is arguably one of the most preferred methods in relieving stress; the desire to step out of our busy work schedules and go on a short trip to escape for a while is seemingly becoming a trend nowadays. Given the tiniest bit of time, we revelers would grab every opportunity for a quick getaway.
Batangas is one of the go-to easy escapes for Manila dwellers. That's probably why its beaches, like Matabungkay and Calatagan, are always jam-packed. But just because you want a quick getaway doesn't mean you have to endure the crowd, especially when there's still an undiscovered town waiting to be enjoyed. Case in point: Lobo, Batangas.
Sitting between Batangas City and San Juan, this coast town is a quiet gem filled with surprises. If you're a nature lover and an avid explorer, check out Lobo, Batangas while you can still have it all to yourself.
Dive in untouched reefs
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Monica Borlain Sunga shared a travel experience that she had at Malabrigo Beach in Lobo, Batangas recently. While the original plan was to go to Cagbalete, her "friend" decided to change locations because of how hard it was raining. While looking for a beach nearby, they found a not-so-ordinary beach that doesn't have white sand, but pebbles. She shares that they got excited because they had never experienced this before.
Here's the breakdown of their expenses:
157 ??" LRT Buendia to Batangas Grand Terminal (bus)
10 ??" Balagtas to Libjo (jeep)
7 ??" Libjo to SM Batangas (jeep)
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Where was this photo taken?
Photographer Rob Reyes caught this rare shot of a shooting star in Malabrigo, a pebbly beach in Lobo, Batangas.
"I had just finished shooting sunset along the beach and was wrapping up all my gear, when I turned my head the other way and saw a lovely cloud forming above. I again set up my camera to capture the scene; setting up the camera contols to capture long exposure," he says.
"The camera compiled a few frames, and one of them captured a single falling star. Call that very, very, very lucky."
How do you get there?
From Buendia-Taft in Manila, tak ...
Almost every decade, a new destination rattles the world of Manila-based beach chasers. In the 1950s, Matabungkay was put on the tourist map after two German travelers rediscovered it. In the 1970s, all roads led to Puerto Galera after UNESCO declared it a protected area. In the late 2000s, the hype was all about Anawangin, reborn 20 years after the catastrophic eruption of Mt. Pinatubo.
The search for the nearest it beach paradise doesn't stop. We always need a go-to destination where we could forget about the constant jolts of the city ??" traffic, noise, air pollution. Who could blame us ...
This was just a fun and relatively easy traverse across Mt. Tibig, and then a side trip to the pebble beach of Brgy. Malabrigo in Lobo, Batangas.