Binurong Point is one of the newest attractions in the island located in Brgy. Guinsaanan, Baras, Catanduanes.
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Binurong Point is one of the newest attractions the island of Catanduanes can offer.
Binurong Point is located in Brgy. Guinsaanan, Baras, Catanduanes. A Batanes/Ireland hills & cliffs look and feel. Trekking to Binurong Point is easy unlike going to Bote Light House in Bato.
From Virac Downtown (Capital Town), It will take you more or less 1 hour to go to Brgy. Guinsaanan Proper (Baras Town), from the latter you will trek for about 15-20 minutes.
To better experience it, the best time to go to Binurong Point is at dawn so you can see the sun rising up while it shines to the grass and ...
Oten battered and in the front-line of incoming storms, Catanduanes has often been out of the radar for most travelers in the Philippines. But this island province, unbeknownst to many, holds a lot of natural wonders and activities that would keep adventure travelers and nature explorers occupied. One would lead to discover pristine beaches, enchanting lagoon, stunning rock formations, sweeping cliffs, alluring waterfalls and age old churches. There's something here for everyone.
Moving from up from Bato, Catanduanes is the municipality of Baras. Made highly popular because of the surfing waves in Puraran which placed Catanduanes on the tourist map. Now with different areas of Catanduanes opening up and placed under the spotlight, we'll discover that there is more to the island than surfing and the abaca industry. In the recent years, Binurong Point has been abuzz. Situated at the easternmost point of the island province, the area greets any storm head on coming from the Pacific seas. Resulting on a spectacularly rugged landscape sculpted by battering storms, waves and ...
It has always been a dream of mine to go to my Lolo Ernesto's province, the far-flung island province of Catanduanes. This August, I was able to finally fulfill that dream. And wow! Catanduanes is beyond doubt beautiful, from its fine, golden sand beaches to its towering rugged cliffs. Travelers who venture here are sure to yearn for more!
This is Part 3 of our Catanduanes trip! Hope you like it!
One of the highlights of my Catanduanes trip was Binurong Point in Baras. Definitely a must-see as it rivals those of Batanes and New Zealand, but at a cheaper price.
Catanduanes the northeastern frontier of the Bicol Region, rimmed by multiple bodies of water and stationed as a rocky forefront for the visiting easterlies and northeast monsoon winds. Catanduanes gained its provincial state in 1945 after Cong. Francisco Perfecto filed the House Bill No. 301 and signed into law by President Sergio Osmena. Until the advent of digital media, little has been known of the tourism potential of Catanduanes. It was known as one of the provinces bearing the initial onslaughts of Pacific-brewed storms. As traditional and social media started featuring the island, thus ...