Malabrigo Beach is the southernmost point of Batangas, located in the quiet coastal municipality of Lobo. It may not be as popular like the other usual beach destinations in the province due it its farther accessibility, but this “unpopularity” makes this a perfect spot for those looking for a much
Despite the seemingly isolated location of Masasa Beach, it has become a favorite getaway for those adventurers who are willing to take the extra travel time and wanting to camp out on the beach shore. It is relatively farther than the other popular beaches in Batangas, but is still accessible
It is very common for tourists that visit Taal Volcano to merely visit it from afar, oftentimes from Tagaytay viewpoints. But for those who want to take the adventure closer to the crater, getting there would take an extra boat ride and some hiking around the site.
Matabungkay is a village found in the west coast of Lian town in Batangas province. It faces the West Philippine Sea. A once simple fishing village, it has light gray sand that sparkles beautifully under the sun.
Considered as the southernmost tip of Batangas province, Malabrigo Beach, located in the town of Lobo, is an extraordinary destination that gives its visitors an unexpected serenity and surprised experience, with its unique pristine pebble beach and crystal clear waters. It also holds an important history since this is where
Fortune Island has been getting famous for campers since it reopened to the public in 2013. While there is still no available electricity or access to fresh and drinking water in the island, more tourists have been getting curious about the isolated beach experience, including the social media favorite Greek-style
Close to the archeological site where the famous San Diego Ship Wreck containing significant artifacts was found, is the Fortune Island, lying on Nasugbu Bay in Batangas. It is also known to have hosted the first recorded naval battle between European tropps in Southeast Asia region.
Our Lady of Caysasay Shrine is located in Barangay Labac in Taal, Batangas, beside the Pansipit River, near Taal Basilica. The chapel was built to honor the image of Virgin Mary that was believed to have made miracles and apparitions. The word “caysaysay” came from the “casay-casay” (kingfishers) birds, which