Baybay Norte White Beach | Things to do in Sual-Pangasinan
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Visiting Cabalitian Island is a nature trip that combines swimming, hiking, and caving, coupled with an educational tour of Sual’s local industries. During the boat ride to the island, visitors are introduced to the town’s 750 fish cages, each producing an average of 45,000 pieces of milk fish per year, as well as a view of the Philippines’ largest coal power plant, Sual Power Station.
Upon arriving on the island, travelers can relax in Emoh-Ruo Beach Resort’s amiable rooms and enjoy water activities such as kayaking. Not to be missed is hiking on its nearby scenic rock formations, where people can go swimming in the cold waters inside natural rock basins. Trekking further up the hills can lead to a number of caves such as the alluring Lumahong Cave.
Who says you have to take a flight to enjoy white sand beaches? When the tide is low, it’s time to go…on a quick drive from Alaminos City to Bolo Beach, where you can lounge, kayak, jetski, banana boat, KTV and even grill on the beach to your heart’s content. There’s a slew of accommodations and resorts available along this stretch of cove, which was named after a type of kawayan (bamboo) that grows plentifully in the area—you can even rent a boat from here to take you on a Hundred Islands tour!
This island, which is connected to the larger Governors Island by 120-meter pontoon bridge and a 546-meter zipline, was named thus because it was previously untouchable, owing to a now long-gone colony of sea snakes that used to reside there. Now it's the perfect location to stretch out on the beach, have a picnic, or spend an idyllic night at it's guest house (PHP5,000, good for 8 pax). The reef surrounding it is currently being rehabilitated, but visitors can look forward to a special surprise: Inside a cave lies a gorgeous statue of a mermaid named Cyril, commissioned by the town's current Mayor, Arthur Celeste.
Things to do nearby
- Get away from the hustle and bustle of Manila and visit the world-renowned Hundred Islands!
- Learn about The Hundred Islands as one of the country's natural wonders and is believed to be roughly 2 million years old
- Go on a thrilling island hopping to Governor's Island, Virgin Island, Quezon Island, Imelda Cave, Cuenco Cave, and Lucap Wharf
- Sit back and relax as you enjoy an all-inclusive package with roundtrip transfers to and from Manila
Where to stay
Unwind and get close to nature at this resort hotel in Alaminos. This place invites you to take a breather away from the hustle and bustle of the city, while still offering you the basic amenities you need. Whether you’re looking for a new adventure, in a new town or a quiet respite from your busy schedule, this relaxing getaway has you covered.
Getting there and around
, Sual, PangasinanGet directions