Sepoc Island, also called Sepok Point and Cove, is a small islaet located in Marikaban, in the town of Mabini, Batangas. Sepoc beach has white sand and cool air.
Sepoc Island or Sepok Point and Cove News
Sepoc Island is a long strip of beach situated at the western tip of Maricaban Island in Tingloy, Batangas. Also known as Sepoc Point, due to the distinct rock formation, this private hideout where rock structures, hiking trails, kayaking and team building can be thoroughly appreciated by outdoorsy people like myself.
The outrigger boat cut through the sea as I was brought to the exclusive Eagle Point Sepoc Beach. The day was sunny but a bit hazy, a thin layer of clouds covered the sky. Despite the habagat season, the sea was actually not as choppy as expected but I was told that come afternoon, expect it to be difficult to cross. Ah, the beach. It has been several weeks prior to this trip that I have basked in the pristine waters of Masasa in the same municipality. This time, I was at another white sandy strip located at the northwestern tip of Maricaban Island called Sepoc Point in the municipality of Tin ...
Creating a Batangas itinerary is a tricky exercise. It's something that I, born and raised in Batangas, has always known from the very beginning. Whenever a friend from Manila or other provinces would come visit and I would try to create one, I spend much more time than I probably should. That's especially true when it involves beach-hopping.
First things first. Sepoc isn't an island. It's a beach lacing the western tip of Maricaban Island in Tingloy, Batangas. It's the same island that harbors some of the municipality's other fast-rising beaches like Oscar Island (which is not an island either) and Masasa Beach.
Masasa Beach has drastically changed Tingloy, the only Batangan municipality that is not on mainland Luzon. When weekend warriors discovered that a stunning undeveloped cove lies just five hours away, they came in droves, pitching tents, setting up camps, and exploring what used to be known only to locals. If you're aft ...
Anilao, Batangas, a barangay in the town of Mabini, has been lauded as one of the top diving sites in the world, and it's easy to understand why. If you are a macro underwater photography enthusiast, this is a dream spot because it is peppered with underwater critters, nudibranchs and a variety of colorful fishes. Anilao reefs and marine life are so gorgeous that they will blow you away.
But non-divers need not frown, as Anilao, Batangas is not all about diving, it is also a good base for island hopping, beach bumming, snorkeling and climbing in the nearby town of Tingloy! Recently, I spen ...
Whether you decide to do a day trip or an overnighter at Anilao, you will be going home with a perpetual smile on your lips as you scour over the photos you took of this awesome place. This province, only 3 hours away from Manila, exhibits an exquisite life beneath the sea.
In Anilao, you can take Scuba Diving lessons and get licensed! However, if you are on a shoestring budget, you can opt to rent a mask, fins and snorkel instead.
Sepoc Island is a white pebbled beach that is quite exclusive. A peaceful paradise all for yourself.
Hire a boat to brin ...