If you haven’t discovered Calaguas Island then you’re surely missing out. It has the bluest water and whitest fine sand that makes it perfect for a family vacation.
Our family made a trip to the secluded island for a 3 day 2 night stay with Calaguas iAdventure. The seclusion of the island makes it so that there is no cellphone signal. You must be thinking “What?!” Well, it was a welcome break from social media and work. Don’t worry though if you absolutely must connect to the internet you can go trekking to one of the highest points and get a signal.
So what can you do while on Calaguas Island? Plenty! First and foremost you can take in the beautiful view of the ocean. Have a sit on the sand (when it’s not hot!) and have a quiet moment where most probably you’ll say a silent thank you for your life at that moment (which I did).
Here are some more things you can do on this beautiful island.
We brought along some sand castle making toys as we were anticipating finally getting the chance to make one. My sand crafting skills are pretty rusty and we weren’t really able to make anything grand however, Bastian and Kianna attempted to make their own castles early in the morning on the 2nd day.
Dive for Seashells
Well, not exactly diving but you can go underwater by the shore and already collect a few seashells. Of course you need to throw it back in the ocean to continue to preserve it. Bastian seemed to do this for hours.
If you want to go kayaking you can just ask the friendly staff of Calaguas iAdventure to borrow a kayak. The kayaks can also be found on the beach so you can just as easily borrow one.
You can get some sports in with the volleyball net available on the beach.
As part of the trip itinerary you can go trekking and take in the magnificent view that Calagaus Island has to offer. Kianna went trekking and took some amazing pictures. This is where you’ll get that signal I was talking about.
Also part of the itinerary is island hopping to a nearby semi beach semi rock formation. The rocks are deadly. Not kidding! We climbed it and all I could think was “We’re going to fall and hit our heads on the rocks.” Stay safe and climb the hill instead where you’ll get another amazing view.
Summer’s not over yet so plan a trip to this beautiful island while it’s still non commercialized! You won’t regret it! Make your trip even smoother with the wonderful tour guide Calaguas iAdventure headed by Mark and Sheila Ramirez.
Calaguas iAdventure Team headed by Mark & Sheila Ramirez. Thank you so much for a wonderful vacation and memorable trip!
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