Monday, December 05, 2005

Digisit Beach, Aurora, Philippines

Digisit Beach
A white coral beach found in Barangay Zabali, Aurora. Digisit beach stretches to about a kilometer in length. The coral reef is alive with different species of marine life which makes it ideal for diving and snorkeling. There are dozens of little resorts or inns in the area that cater to local and foreign tourists alike.

Update (12-04-07):
Digisit Beach stretches to about a kilometer in length. The upper landward shore is mostly sand, while the water shores are barricades of corals forming a protective reef that prevents strong waves of the Pacific from smashing onto the shore.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I am interested in going there this coming 2008 Holy Week? Any driving directions from metro manila? How about public bus? Where do you get them? Assuming that week will be busy, any suggestions for making reservations? I will appreciate any help. Thanks. Alex from Las Pinas, metro manila.

vbignacio said...

Alex,

The province can be accessed from Manila via two routes, the Canili-Pantabangan road and the Baler-Bongabon Road. The former takes a route through the Pantabangan Dam in Nueva Ecija and leads into the town of Maria Aurora then Baler. The latter route leads up the Sierra Madre Mountains through winding unpaved roads to the town of San Luis and ends in Baler.

You can also catch an 8 hour bus ride from Manila to Baler. Genesis Transport Bus provides the only direct route to Baler from Metro Manila. Its terminal is located along EDSA in Pasay City. You may call +(63)(02) 5510842 or +(63)(02) 8533115 for inquiries.

Then take a five-minute tricycle ride from Baler town proper to the river outlet south of Sabang Beach. From there, hire a motorized banca which can take you to the area in 30 minutes.

-Vince

Anonymous said...

This is the most beautiful beach i have ever seen. The rock formations on the sea and the encanto island in front of the beach is just jaw dropping. God's work of art. I work as a flight attendant and have been around. It is just simply the most beautiful in this world.

Linda from Cathay Pacific


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