Dicotcotan Beach

Palanan, Isabela

Dicotcotan Beach is located in Barangay San Isidro, Palanan, Isabela. Dicotcotan is a Palanan word meaning "to sink" due to the softness of the sand that causes one's feet to sink or to be immersed in it, leaving a deep trail of footsteps. It is a three-kilometer long beach with coral reefs, sea grass beds and sandy shoreline that is fringed with a coastal forest and a village.

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