Subic Beach has been part of my bucket list for couple of years right now. Thanks to PHILTOA for allowing me to visit along with experience this Philippine Gem. Last month, all of us visited Sorsogon along with PHILTOA members, media and other writers,?as part of our Bicol Familiarization tour and in preparation for your Philippine Travel Mart 2013.
Subic Beach in Calintaan Island
Subic Beach in Matnog Sorsogon
After visiting Tikling Area and Juag Lagoon Fish Refuge, we headed to help Subic Beach – our past pit stop in Matnog Sorsogon. To be honest, visiting Subic Beach would be the ultimate reason why I am so excited to sign up this familiarization tour. Personally,?Beaches hold the actual beauty of nature and is one of the best place to unwind. Travelers often eyes on spending their trip traveling to beautiful remote islands to make the holidays peaceful as well as memorable.
There are several remote control islands in the Canada that has beautiful beaches but are not that proven to the public and one of these is Subic Beach in Matnog Sorsogon. Not very far away from Matnog town in Sorsogon it comes with an island called Calintaan Isle famous for its Subic seaside.
Bamboo Hut in Subic Beach
First sight of the beach
Subic beach is not apparent from the coast with the Matnog as well as its port and therefore builds intrigue suspense up until the sailing boat provides each first glimpse of the actual shores of the seaside. Because of its invisibility, this beach front is also considered to be on the list of hidden gems of the mother nature’s creation. As we travel towards Subic beach, the very first sight and look at this hidden gem made me more fired up. The pinkish white colored sands enhances the appear of the beach in the event the water touches your shores of the seaside, the red coral pieces glitters adding to the splendid look of the beach.
The seashore water of Subic beach front is very tempting but one should be cautious before you go into the water simply because they have steep marine depths at a incredibly smaller distance through the shores. In addition the tides are very restless in the course of rainy season thus swimming in the rich waters might not be that safe.
Subic Beach in Calintaan Island
Accommodations within the island
There are available huts from the island that are for rental for just about P500 per night (costs may change).
Camping: an amazing experience ? ? ?
Spending a night on the island is the best solution if you want to have a full experience of Subic Beach. Your scenic view of the particular beach is different at night with the fire lures gathered in communities on the low trees gives the most spectacular view. Sleeping for the sound of the tides punching the shores and the sea breeze provides the almost all memorable experience of life-time.
Port of Matnog
Setting up camping tents on the beach is good for free but produce your trash. When you don’t have a covering, you can ask natives for any available camping tent for rent.
The best way to enjoy every single sound as well as breeze of the beach front is to camp in the trees or simply lay on the beach with a blanket and luxuriate in drinks with good friends without paying a penny. The particular beach is never congested and hence it feels like the entire island is merely for you.
How to get to Matnog Sorsogon
Via Legazpi City, take a 4 hr bus ride to be able to Matnog. Ask the driver to go you off in the public market connected with Matnog which is few steps away from the Matnog port.
How to access Subic Beach in Matnog Sorsogon
From the port Matnog, Calintaan Island where by Subic Beach can be found?is just 30-40 minutes away with regards to the weather. You can hire a small outrigger boat that literally brings you to Tikling Island, Juag Lagoon or even straight to Subic Beach.
I genuinely cant wait to go back and stay overnight in the island to experience the gorgeous sunrise and get pleasure from more its splendor.
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