Anguib Beach in Cagayan | The Boracay of the North
How I got to the north-east end of the Philippines is an epic story. A 21-hour land travel from Manila to Cagayan Valley with 10 pit stops and 10 failed attempts to fall asleep. We made it to the edge of the Philippines and I fell in love with Anguib Beach.
Anguib Beach is known as the Boracay of the North with its white sand and pristine blue water. This is my kind of beach – peaceful, serene and virginal. It was a little crowded during our visit because of the Partakan Festival. But, we still found a spot and privacy in the little paradise.
Adding new flavor to Anguib Beach with Jack n Jill Calbee Honey Butter Potato Chips
They say the feel is more like Anawangin as there are no hotels in Sta Ana, Cagayan near Anguib Beach except for tents set-up in the shore line. There are changing rooms and restrooms (but they are not the best ones) for the tourists. We stayed in Cagayan Holiday and Leisure Hotel (Sun City) which is a 30-minute car ride to Anguib Beach.
with Earth Rullan, Nicole Paler and Rhea Bue
Photo taken using Fuji X-T2 with Fujinon XF 90mm f2 by Sir @tedclaudio
Swimsuit: Victoria’s Secret
On our second visit to Anguib Beach, we were surprised that we almost lost the beach during low tide. The sand bar is a beautiful site though. I love that the water feels light and less salty and itchy on the skin.
In stand mode: Lenovo Yoga 900
It is nice to have experienced this side of the Philippines.
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