Bantayan is perfect if you want to relax, slow down and not do anything. We left the Island feeling thankful that we accidentally got stuck there to see its beauty. It’s too bad though that we didn’t get to see its sunset but hopefully we will on a different time. I’m sure watching the sunset there in the summer would be awesome. 🙂
“If there’s anything surfers know how to do aside from surfing, it’s drinking and partying. Siargao has parties to go to if the nights gets too quiet for you in the Island especially on the weekends.”
It’s a surfers haven and the perfect picture of a tropical paradise with it’s warm turqouise water, endless waves and a garden of palm trees to get lost in.
Surfing is quickly picking up in the Philippines, with more than a thousand island in the country, it would be surprising if you can’t find at least one if not two surf spots in every region to surf to. Here is my list of my favorite surf spots in the Philippines and a few info on the vibe and how to get there. 1. San Narciso Zambales The spot is 3 hours away from Manila. There are 3 main surfing spots in the area. Crystal Beach, Liwliwa and Magic Left. Timing is the key if you are planning a surf trip here. November to February are the perfect time to visit when the winter waves starts coming in. If you are ever in Manila at this time of the year and would like a quick surf trip, this is a good spot to drop by. There are other nearby islands to go to during your surf breaks or if you’re still looking to discover more surf spots around the area. Board Rentals: Php 200 (5USD) …