Gubat Surfing Break is located in barangay Buenavista, in Gubat, Sorsogon. Swells peaking over 6 feet can be found on the grey shores of the ocean bound town of Gubat, Sorsogon
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Recently, Sun Life Foundation Inc., sealed another partnership with Bantay Kalikasan, the environment arm of ABS-CBN Lingkod Kapamilya. Through the partnership, Sun Life Foundation Inc. will support the development of the Mangrove Eco-tourism project in Barangay Panganiban, Gubat, Sorsogon.
Sorsogon is known for its great potential for tourism. The project aims to build a mangrove boardwalk that will give the visitors the opportunity to tour the lush mangrove forest and a tree-house where they can relax after a long exploration. The project envisions visitors to learn and engage in the pro ...
Summer's been too busy at the Preen HQ, but thank the heavens because I was able to sneak in one trip with Regatta and a memorable one at that. Sorsogon was the destination of choice, the southernmost province in Luzon and is part of the Bicol Region aka the place to be for coconut cream. More on that later!
A trip to Sorsogon is quite an adventure, you have to get on a one hour and five-minute plane ride to Legaspi and then travel on land for about an hour and a half. People think there's not much to do, at least I did, but I was in for an adventure. Before we go any further, let me tell y ...
Located at the tip of Bicol Peninsula and serving as the regions gateway to the Visayas and Mindanao, Sorsogon province is known for its rich history, natural scenery and a rich culture of mixed Bicolano and Visayan influences.
It boasts of a diverse heritage that has produced its unique food, historical places and character of its people.
Even the names of its towns evoke interest. For one, Barcelona has added appeal to tourists who know of its world-renowned namesake in Spain, according to Joyce Anne Licup-Gerona, its municipal tourism officer.
Before the Spanish colonizers called i ...
In Sorsogon, the surfing bug evolved into a double-edged sword: kids enjoy surfing so much that they skip classes to spend more time catching the waves. A surfing camp found a way to change that.
A local surf camp in Gubat, Sorsogon is making waves in the community, for reasons different from what others might initially assume.
The growing interest for the water sports of surfing comes as no surprise to many especially in a country like the Philippines. In Sorsogon, however, the surfing bug evolved into a double-edged sword: kids enjoyed surfing so much that they started skipping schools ...
This emerging ecosurf camp in Gubat, Sorsogon implements a 'no school, no surf' policy to keep kids at school http://www.rappler.com/move-ph/191596.
Through Pass It Forward, ABS-CBN Lingkod Kapamilya Foundation Inc. (AKLFI) received funding to enhance the Lola Sayong Eco-Surf Camp by building comfort rooms and shower rooms.