Bucas Grande is an island in the Mindanao region, Philippines. The island is contiguous with the municipality of Socorro, Surigao del Norte.
It has many exquisite natural attractions, with Sohoton sea-caves and lagoons emerging as the most popular, as well as three man-made attractions that enticed a number of tourists to flock to the island.
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Pristine lagoons, coves, lakes, stingless jellyfish, rock formations, and sea caves are just few of the things one can enjoy in Bucas Grande.
I want to touch every grain of sand and swim to every clear waters of the beach. I want to climb every coconut trees and see how breathtaking the island is from above. I want to run to random places and be lost and get sunburned. I want to say hello to every person I pass by and know their stories behind their smiles. I want to chase every sunrise and sunsets and sleep under the stars. And so I go.
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More than the obvious attraction that is Siargao Island, there is a sweet escapade that awaits the curious guests in the eastern part of mainland Surigao Del Norte. Just two hours away from the laid-back vibes of Siargao Island is the serene Bucas Grande Island. It is a great destination choice for family vacations and honeymooners who seek tranquility and calm in its truest sense.
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Bucas Grande Island, a must-see place for those seeking for perfect island getaway, is the home of Sohoton Cove and dubbed as best island destination in the Philippines.
Off the northeastern coast of Surigao del Norte, a two-hour boat ride south of Siargao, lies Bucas Grande Island, officially under Siargao's aegis but often overshadowed in the latter's favor. Its main town of Socorro is home to a population of 21,000 farmers and fisherfolk. All around are clusters of isles and islets beckoning with lovely beach strips, lustrous coves and hidden lagoons.
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