Unspoild Paradise of Calaguas Island

By on November 6, 2015

There’s more fun experiencing something new, something out of the ordinary than just doing the usual ways. That’s right! And when it comes to summer vacation, Boracay Beach gets the top spot to our choices. It’s automatic and everyone knows the place. It has fantastic hotels & accommodation, numerous shops, lots of things to do and different people. But what if you want something different, somewhere calm, fresh and beautiful. A place where you can experience nature and you in harmony. The untouched and pristine beauty of Calaguas Island in the province of Camarines Norte will give you the quite yet exhilarating experience. Get ready to learn more about the paradise of Calaguas Island.

The Calaguas Island is a group of islands in the Vinzons Province in Camarines Norte Province. From the mainland, it is about 2 hours boat ride. It has powdery-white sand beaches, crystal-clear sea water, stunning scenery and untouched natural beauty. A place where you can relax and reconnect with your inner self and nature.



Have it all, enjoy the luxury of beautiful sunset, tempting cold water and the smooth touch of the white sand on your skin. That alone is enough reason not to hide that smile of a happy faces.

photo credit to pinoytravelfreak.com

photo credit to pinoytravelfreak.com


How To Get There
There are tours and travel packages offered for Calaguas tour but you can DIY (do-it-yourself) for a more customize experience. Plus the adventure and thrill begins in planning..

-Book a flight to Naga City in Camarines Sur via Philippine Airlines or Cebu Pacific. Naga City to Daet is about 2 hours drive.
-There are buses Pasay/Cubao that will take you to Daet. Approximate travel time is 7 to 8 hours
-The jumpoff point to Calaguas Island is Daet, Camarines Norte. Take a jeepney to Vinzons, get off at the fishport the take the boat to Barangay Banocdoc departing daily at 11 in the morning, from their, hire a boat to take you to Calaguas Island or hire a boat from Vinzons fishport straight to Calaguas Island.

Where to Stay: You can bring your tent (foods and drinking water too) and camp along the beach. Stay at an eco friendly resort in the island at the Waling-Waling Eco Village
Things To Do in Calaguas Island: Island Hopping, Swimming, Snorkeling / Scuba Diving, Visit Burok-Burok Falls, Palanas Falls, Malatap Falls & Saltahn Falls. Visit to old churches..

photo credit to the owner

photo credit to the owner


Photo credit to ourawesomeplanet.com

Photo credit to ourawesomeplanet.com


photo credit to ourawesomeplanet.com

photo credit to ourawesomeplanet.com


About Ren

Ren is a travel writer, creative wedding photographer and SEO Specialist. He enjoys the sunset at the beach while eating rambutan