Practically an undiscovered paradise, this unchartered island will surely capture both the young and young-at-heart, adventurous, and nature loving city dwellers. Cagbalete Island in Quezon Province is located in the ine white sand of Lamon Bay fronting the Pacific Ocean.The island is nothing but the perfect getaway from the hassles of urban living. With unique variety of birds, rich marine life, and the abundance of unique species of plants, the island is a complete paradise for adventurers and nature lovers. Similar to Jomalig Island in Northern Quezon, a part of the Cagbalete’s beach is dotted with Agoho trees, a family of pine tree.
Located by the quaint little town of Mauban, Quezon Province, beach lovers get to enjoy a 45-minute bangka ride to get in Cagbalete. You’d be surprised at how the evening sea breeze beats your usual air conditioners at home. With the staple of five meals per day, you will surely get more than you bargained for when it comes to food. At low tide, the clear blue water is transformed into a massive expanse of sand, perfect for games with your friends. At night, be amazed at the wide blanket of stars on the clear sky. Just three hours away from the Philippine capital, Cagbalete promises an unforgettable and picture perfect island getaway you will truly enjoy. Visit Cagbalete Island, and discover a whole new experience.
The island of Cagbalete rests east of Quezon Province, along Lamon Bay and the Pacific Ocean. This 1,640 hectare property provides just the ideal spot for a hideaway: lush coconut plantation, crystal clear waters, white sand.. Plus it gives one just the most breathtaking view of the sunrise. Cagbalete Island does not have the busy bars and restaurants and high end resorts but its simple and natural beauty may just be its main attraction.