Higatangan Island and Beach is located 45 minutes from Naval, Biliran by motor boat. Closer to the tip of Northern Leyte. Facilities include picnic tables and boats.
Attractions include a moving sand bar extending about 200 meters to the sea; one huge coral rock-a reef that was thrust up from the ocean's floor centuries ago. The fields are studded with gigantic clam shells measurin ...
g up to a meter wide.
The island has several white sand beaches sprinkled with exotic shells newly washed up from the seabed. Facing an open sea, the white sand beach, cool pristine waters and exotic rock formations of Higatanangan Island is itself nature at its best.
Higatangan Island and Beach News
Nature is not only a great home for living organisms or a picture of spectacular sights. In many instances, our mother Earth also has its playtime that may look mysteriously fascinating to man. Using different elements like wind, water, soil or sand, rocks, and even fire or heat, nature can create its own handiworks.
This early, some residents of Higatangan Island have already in mind the influx of local and foreign tourists.
This shall follow with the full operation of the Higatangan Micro-Grid project that is expected to serve the power needs of the island, known for its shifting powdery sand bar.
"Tourists arrivals will definitely increase," said Burthon B. Montes, a tourism student of Naval State University and a resident of barangay Mabini, one of the two barangays of Higatangan Island in Naval town.
Two years back, Naval Mayor Gerard Espina launched his brainchild, the Higatangan Summer Fest ...
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Six years ago it was a relatively unknown travel destination. But with its white sand beaches, turquoise waters brimming with marine life, pristine waterfalls tucked away in tropical rainforests and verdant rice terraces carved from gently rolling hills, the island province of Biliran could not be hidden forever. So when a chance came to visit a friend from college who had gone back to his native Ormoc in Leyte, I suggested we meet at Biliran's capital of Naval and see what the province had to offer.
Has several white sand beaches sprinkled with exotic shells newly washed up from the seabed. Facing an open sea, the white sand beach, cool pristine waters and exotic rock formations.
After an overnight camp and exploring the vanishing hiking trails of Mt.Panamao, another paradise astounded our adventurous spirit, the Higatangan island.