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Catanduanes Travel Guide: Tourist Spots Worth Visiting

Catanduanes Travel Guide: Tourist Spots Worth Visiting

Catanduanes is located off the coast of the Bicol Region in the southern part of Luzon and faces the Pacific Ocean. Due to its location, the province is usually the first place in the country to get hit by typhoons. Which is why Catanduanes is named the “Land of the Howling Winds.”

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Catanduanes may not be as popular as the other tourist destinations in the Philippines but this province has numerous exciting activities and attractions. And so, if you’re planning to take a trip to Catanduanes, here is the essential travel guide to make the most out of your travel to this beautiful island.

Puraran Beach

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Puraran Beach is one of the top Catanduanes tourist attractions. It is located in the town of Baras and this beach is a must-visit destination for beach lovers or surfers.

Puraran Beach is a great spot to relax and unwind. It has a laid-back vibe with clear blue waters, fine sand, and lush greenery. This beach is famous for its “majestic” waves reaching up to 14 feet high.

Luyang Cave Park

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Luyang Cave Park is one of the top tourist destinations in Catanduanes. The cave has stunning limestone formation. Visitors can wander through the cave’s spacious chambers and marvel at the intricate patterns and textures of rock formations.

One of the highlights of Luyang Cave is the underground river that flows through it. The river is home to various aquatic species including fish and crabs.

Binurong Point

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Binurong Point is a rock formation that has jagged cliffs and pillars rising out of the water which creates a dramatic sight for viewers. It’s the perfect escape if you want to disconnect and recharge as this place has the peacefulness and serenity you’re looking for.

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Balacay Point

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Balacay Point has towering cliffs and crystal-clear water. It has a crystal-clear water where you can see straight to the bottom of the ocean in which corals and colorful fish lie.

Bote Lighthouse

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Bote Lighthouse is a must-see attraction located in San Andres. Located on a hill overlooking the Pacific Ocean, this lighthouse was standing since 1892 and is one of the oldest lighthouses in the Philippines. This lighthouse serves as a guide for ships traveling through the waters of the Pacific Ocean.

So, what are you waiting for? Plan your trip now and explore the beauty of Catanduanes!

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