Parola Beach, also known as Pundaguitan Beach, is located at Cape San Agustin, Mati, Davao Oriental. The pink coloration of the sand of Parola Beach is due to the abundance of red organ pipe coral sediments in the area mixed with white sand.
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It's not an easy trip, but you won't regret visiting stunning Cape San Agustin. Here's a warning: The road leading to the southeasternmost point of the Philippines is no joke. Before getting there, you have to pass through rough and pot-holed roads. In between, you find yourself fighting time-induced boredom.
But once you set foot on Cape San Agustin, you will realize that all that is only a small price to pay. What you get in return is a 360-degree visual treat, complete with a visual palette of blue and green.
Cape San Agustin is lodged in Lavigan, the farthest barangay of Governor Gen ...
Last May 5, 2013 we explored the key tourist destinations of the coastal town of Governor Generoso. We hop in to Sigaboy Island and tried their seafood delicacies at Tibanban. At 1pm we left Tibanban for 2 hours of rough road travel and about 30 minutes of muddy traipse to reach the tip of Governor Generoso.
The long travel and the challenges tagging along our way to Cape San Agustin makes me wonder about what's waiting for us there. Is it worth the experience My thoughts earlier on the road has been answered by the view I've seen, the Majestic beauty of Cape San Agustin.
Cape San Agusti ...
Cape San Agustin is the most southeasterly point in the Philippines situated in the island of Mindanao, between the capital City of Mati and the coastal town of Governor Generoso in Davao Oriental, facing the vast raging waters of Celebes Sea on the south and the calm waters of Davao Gulf on the west.
Known of old as "Provincia de Caraga, 1609," which stretches from the Cape of Surigao in the north-end, and down to the Cape of San Agustin, it was considered a most important strategic navigational demarcation during the Spanish colonial era.
The area was also of strategic importance for ...