why choose us among many of other tour organizer in town? what is our edge? first thing is, www.BestCalaguasTour.com is owned and operated by the former Municipal Tourism Officer himself of LGU-Vinzons who happened to be the Municipal Accountant also,read more
Enough with the explanation with the beauty of Calaguas Islands, much have been said about its powdery white beach sand that is equal to the beach of Boracay Island, that the blue crystal water is comparable to the beaches of Palawan, and blah blah blah, yes that’s true nobody would contest it and i think even more than that.read more
What you see is what you get • Strictly no extra charges • Joiners are welcome at same rate • Sumptuous foods • No hidden charges • Guaranteed beach front • No minimum required • No advance payment, no deposit needed • Payment upon arrival • 4 meals, not 3 • Best seafood menu • Excellent service • Best & friendly staff • Big & comfortable boat • Safe & secured travelread more
Two hours away from the mainland with big waves cutting your ways, this is the ultimate, survivor virgin islands. The island's main attraction is its main beach is called Long Beach. I rated it as excellent as I was rating it not for modern amenities but for its virginity. We were both rained out and burnt out (by the sun) while we were in the island but boy the beach just took our breaths away. Calm waters (in contrast with the big waves on our way to the island), clear waters, fine white sand....it 's paradise! review from agoda by: kielwin of california
Best beach i've ever seen so far. Very white sand and crystal clear water. A bit far but it's all worth it (2 hour boat from the town).There is one resort at the of the island but we chose to camp out. There is a local store near the shore and a water pump there is no available source for fresh water so you have to pay 10 pesos per pile. We visited the nearby island and had a short hike and the view was spectacular. On one side is the view of the whole island of the calaguas and the other side (i don't know what it is called) is where you can see philippine sea meets the pacific ocean (huge waves and great rock formations). Recommended for large group tour. Reminders: No phone signal at the island No electricity so load up all those powerbanks! They have cottages where you can have your group sessions. Locals have generators but they will turn off the lights at 10pm Bring volleyball they have nets along the shore.
This Island is a must-visit place. The beach is crystal clear with very fine white sands. It is a peaceful place when we were there since it was of peak. The banca ride was not as wavy as my friends experienced. You can go to the hills to view the sunrise and sunset. Visited February 2015