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Top 10 Things to Do in Sta. Ana, Cagayan

Sta. Ana is a 2nd class municipality in the province of Cagayan. It is also the northeastern-most point of the island of Luzon.  Top 10 Things to Do in Sta. Ana, Cagayan For those planning to visit the town to check out what it has to offer, here are the  T op 10 Things To Do in Sta. Ana, Cagayan . 1. Visit San Vicente Port and rent a boat to tour you around the coast and islands near Sta. Ana. 2. Eat fresh seafood.  3. Have a photo taken at KM 642, the farthest and last kilometer marker in Northern Luzon. 4. Hike Mt. Kabo and check out the beautiful Cape Engano. 5. Check out the  Cape Engano Lighthouse . 6. Compose an Instagram worthy photo of  Dos Hermanos Islands . 7. Visit  Crocodile Island . 8. Snorkel or swim with the fishes in Palaui Island's Fish Sanctuary. 9. Enjoy the sun and the sand at  Anguib Beach . 10. Visit  Palaui Island  and admire its beauty or create your own episode of the Survivor series. How about you? What are your Top 10 Things

Published: Kansai in Week and The Raw Beauty of Palaui Island

June 2016 seems to be one of the highlights of the Backpack Adventures. This month several of my articles and photos were published in different magazines. TravelPlus Magazine - Vol 8 No 2 Two of my articles and several of my photos were published and featured in the June 2016 issue of TravelPlus Magazine .  I feel special being first on the list... The Raw Beauty of Palaui Island my favorite article One of these articles talks about the raw beauty of  Palaui Island  in the province of Cagayan. It also talks about my one day stay on the said island. You should probably try this itinerary The other article is all about the best way to spend your week in Kansai Region in Japan . You'd probably discover more about Osaka, Nara, Kyoto, Wakayama, and Hyogo in this article. They gave me three copies of the June 2016 issue.  You might find these articles helpful for your next adventure. So please do grab your copies of the June 2016 issue of TravelPlus Magazine .

Cagayan Adventure: Palaui Island

Our adventure today takes us 457 kilometers northwest of kilometer 0 in Manila. Located in the municipality of Sta. Ana in the province of Cagayan, Palaui Island is every backpacker's / island hopper's dream destination. Palaui Island Palaui Island Details  Palaui Island was declared a National Marine Reserve on August 28, 1994. It is home to countless species of migratory birds, corals, fishes, and even plants.  Palaui Island -  Sta. Ana, Cagayan Palaui Island as seen from San Vicente Port Palaui Island got into the international spotlight after it was used as the filming location for Survivor: Cagayan and Survivor: Blood vs. Water. Not only that, but Palaui Island is also placed in the 10th spot in CNN's World's 100 Best Beaches list. Dos Hermanos Islands as seen from Palaui Island Panoramic view of Palaui Island from Mt. Kabo My group visited the island to see its "raw" beauty. You see, the negative effect of becoming a popular island

Callao Cave - Cagayan

Located near P eñablanca - Callao Cave Road  in the municipality of Pe ñablanca in the province of Cagayan, Callao Cave is the most famous of the limestone caves found in the province. Callao Cave Callao Cave details Callao Cave is found in the western foothills of the Sierra Madre Mountains of the Philippines. The cave is under the  Pe ñablanca Protected Landscape and Seascape .  Callao Cave - Penablanca, Cagayan Callao Cave is probably the most "historical" cave in the country. In 2007 a fossilized 61-millimeter metatarsal bone of an early settler was discovered inside the cave. It was dated using uranium-series ablation and was found to be at least 67.000 years old.  Welcome to Callao Caves Guess how many steps you need to take to get to the cave? Yup it's 183 steps The remains of what was dubbed as the " Callao Man " antedated the 47,000-year-old remains of the Tabon Man. As a matter of fact, the Callao Man has considered the oldest hum

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