Anguib Beach and Cove is located on the north-western tip of the province of Cagayan. It features calm waters of different shades of blue, from bondi blue to turquoise, from deep sky blue to azure. It is a great spot for scuba diving or snorkeling. Water sports like jet skiing and motor-boating are also some of the activities near the beach. It is also considered as 'Boracay of the North.'
Anguib Beach and Cove News
Anguib Beach, Santa Ana, Cagayan April 30 to May 1 2017
On the north-easternmost tip of mainland Luzon lies the town of Sta. Ana, Cagayan. This quaint second-class municipality opens up to the Pacific Ocean, holds pristine coves and white sand beaches plus an array of stunning natural landscapes.
Exploring the town's treasures may require a butt-numbing land travel and a vomit-inducing voyage across temperamental waters, but you'll find that all these are worth it once you get there.
On the other side of a reef, a candy-cane shaped island with cream shores and tree-lined fringes affords cool, crystal-clear waters that are in s ...
Travel has suddenly become mainstream that everywhere we go, the crowd seems to follow. Not that we find it a bad thing. Let's just say we prefer to play in places with nobody else or less people to share it with. You know that thing when you're getting old. You easily get tired of noisy parties and rowdy crowd. Instead you want a place where you can share your epic stories with the people closest to you. So in our quest to avoid the crowd in hopes of discovering totally off the path and more serene destinations, our journey had taken us to this otherworldly paradise situated north of Sta. Ana ...
I could never imagine I have been here for two days, but not stayed at night. I was here for out of town trip and to witness and cover festival event sponsored by Ropali Motorcycle, the Partakan Festival 2017.
This article is focus on the venue/location and highlighted the beauty of Anguib Beach. Yours truly also took photos of some activities which you can do while staying at the resort.
A long stretch of Anguib Cove where white sands are all over the place. You can enjoy walking, running, or even playing under the heat of the sun. The seashores, the sea water are not too salty and cold ...
Surely, you already heard about the stunning beaches of Boracay and Palawan. But did you know that somewhere far north lies captivating islands less the crowd? Still under the tourist radar, we discovered some castaway destinations during our Cagayan island hopping.
It had been a rainy weather throughout our Lakbay Norte trip. Our group even missed spelunking at the Sierra Cave because of the terrible downpour. We were hoping we will be granted a better weather on the last day of our trip – a day dedicated to seeing the islands of Cagayan. And just like an answered prayer, the rain greatl ...
Backpacking usually involves slow-traveling overland by bus or van, following a continuous route through a country or region. This travel style can be particularly cheap as you'll spend less money on flights or by availing a tour package from your favorite travel agency.
It's always been a dream for me to visit Palaui Island in Sta. Ana, Cagayan. Good thing, Tour Leisure Adventures is offering a Palaui Island with Callao Cave (Side Trip) Tour Package for only P3,000. Palaui Island in Sta. Ana, Cagayan is one of the most underrated paradise located off the northeastern tip of Luzon. A Natio ...