19 Sep 2018 - 6 min read
Camarines Norte tourist spots you shouldn’t miss:
There is no shortage of powdery white sand and pristine blue waters at the Calaguas islands. The best part about these islands is that you can camp out and even eat fresh seafood after getting it fresh from the ocean. The Calaguas group of islands is made up of: Pinagtigasan Beach on Tinaga Island, Cumalasag, Pinagtakpan, Pinacastillohan, Guintinua, Huag, Calangcawan Sur, Mantigbi Beach, and more.
Bagasbas beach has four kilometers of stretch of fine, grey sand and moderate to big waves. The waves are consistent all year round and have sandy bottoms that make it one of the safest surfing grounds in the country. Those who like kite flying will also love the strong winds this beach has. You can even go extreme and go kiteboarding.
This is one of the best places to visit as it comes as a packaged deal. There are seven islands in total: Apuao Grande, Apuao Pequena, Canimog, Canton, Caringo, Malasungi, and Quinapaguian. They all have pristine, fine white sand beaches and turquoise waters to swim in.
This is a hidden surprise and a unique attraction that is beginning to be discovered by tourists. It features deep, cold, and crystal water to bathe and relax in. The lush foliage is a scenic background to the water feature and many come here to swim and have picnics.
This low-rise waterfall isn’t as majestic as the other falls in the area, but it does draw tourists to visit nevertheless. It’s big boulders in the clear, blue waters against the lush forest and greenery is nothing short of magical.
The beach is a long stretch of powdery white sand with crystal clear waters that rival those of Boracay, though it isn’t crowded by numerous commercial establishments which makes it a relaxing place to go to. The lush foliage and rolling hills make a beautiful contrast to the white shores.
This natural water feature towers at 70-feet high and is tucked into the natural formation of the land. It is mostly surrounded by cliffs and greenery. The basin is deep and wide which makes if perfect for swimming. Part of the excitement is going near the cascading falls via bamboo raft.
This cave, a natural wonder in Camarines Norte, is a tourist spot that shouldn’t be passed up. The cave rests deep in a forest at the foot of a mountain. There are several dark compartments with stalactite and stalagmite formations that are a sight to behold. There is also the picturesque scenery of rolling mountains and valleys.
This is a family-oriented resort where kids can enjoy the fun slides and playground, and the adults can relax in the jacuzzi and pools. The resort is a favorite for those who like to do team building activities as they have a center for this particular purpose. They have rappelling, wall-climbing, and even obstacle courses.
This place is the perfect weekend getaway destination amongst tourists. It’s main feature is its premier waterpark within its five hectares of eco-tourism property. While the place is a sight to behold, they also have a restaurant called Chef Mama that serves the best Filipino food and delicacies this side of Camarines Norte.