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Casapsapan Beach; A Hidden Paradise

Last summer, there was never a day where I dreamt of finally hitting the beach. While we sulk into our warm homes and cope with the busy and indeterminate schedule of Boboy, we enjoyed every single bit of it. We just wished for a wonderful time when we will discover a new place to set our foot on.

It was when we went to the countryside where we celebrated the son's 4th birthday that the locals toured us around the area. According to them, they have lots of wonderful beaches to boast and we should go to their so-called paradise comparable to the famous Boracay beach.

Road leading to the beach looks like this:


Casapsapan Beach has white fine sand, which boasts a close to nature atmosphere. Travelling the whole stretch of Baler-Casiguran road was one hella bumy ride. But it doesn't matter because I appreciate the beauty of nature and the countryside through it, and the smell of the trees is just as refreshing. You will never expect that at the end of the ride is a paradise waiting for you.


Long stretch of crab holes





From a far, it looks like an abandoned place and when you set foot, the beach was simply breathtaking. During the time we went, the weather was bad which explains the huge waves and according to them, they have quite number of surfers there too. The sand was so fine and the water was free from commercial garbage.


We initially went to dip ourselves to the salt water but the water current was too strong that we decided to enjoy the scenic view instead. But of course, it was a place that we will definitely want to go back to.

Cooking is not allowed in the area but they only allow bringing of food. They also encourage people to bring home their garbage.

Accommodations ranges from P1,000 to P1,500 and there is one across the church Nuestra Senora dela Ermita if you want something near the beach. From the church, you will travel approximately 8 kilometers and since no developed roads yet leading to the place, I advise that you don’t travel by small car because there is few small body of water that you will traverse.

How to get there?


Point of reference: Manila via Nueva Visacaya to Caisguran, Aurora.
Travel Time: 8 hours maximum private vehicle