5 Spots You Shouldn't Miss in Masbate

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Being surrounded by water, is so much blessed with amazing beach destinations. We believe that years from now, these will be one of the most loved tourist spots in the Philippines. 




The following will show you the beauty of Masbate:

1. Batuan, Ticao

Batuan, Ticao, Masbate
Photo by Roy Basas Jr.
Batuan is a fifth class municipality in Masbate which is located on the southern tip of Ticao Island. It is also the smallest municipality in Masbate in terms of land area and population.

Batuan might be the smallest, but this municipality is blessed with marine sanctuaries and lovely beach destinations you have yet to discover.



2. Burubangkaso Island in Monreal

Photo by: Roy Basas Jr.
Photo by: Roy Basas Jr.

3. Halea Nature Park Lagoon, Ticao

Photo by: Chenky Galvez 
Photo by: Chenky Galvez


Photo by: Chenky Galvez

Healea Nature Park Lagoon in Monreal, Ticao is honestly my personal favorite among all the beaches I've visited in Masbate. The 'El Nido' feel of the crystal clear island is a must see for every one!

Even if there are baby sharks, you can still snorkel and kayak here.


4. Balangingi Island, Pio V. Corpus

Photo by Rafael C Lim
Photo by Rafael C Lim
Photo by Rafael C Lim
Photo by Rafael C Lim

Balangingi
 Island, 
a 4.9-hectare marine sanctuary is considered one of Masbate's virgin islands and is now eyed as an ecotourism zone. With just a 15 minute boat ride from Pio V. Corpuz, you will get to enjoy its crystal clear water, fine white sand, and peaceful, picturesque beauty that offers a breathtaking experience.



5. Buntod Marine Reef Sanctuary in Mobo

Photo By: Eve Atendido
Photo by: Errah Jean Cabulit

Buntod Marine Sanctuary is the most accessible from the city of Masbate. This sandbar is only 10-15 minutes boat ride from the city proper.

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