Calayan Island: Caniwara, Sibang & Cababaan Coves

Posted on April 10, 2012

Panorama of Sibang Cove, with Cababaan Cove in the distance Fortunately, the most picturesque beaches of Calayan Island are walkable from the main town, and are situated next to each other. Located in Barangay Dadao, just four kilometers east from the poblacion, are a series of three coves named Caniwara, Sibang and Cababaan that form one of the most spectacular seascapes in the country. It’s a comfortable walk along a hilly trail that leads away from the edge of town.Read More

Calayan Island, Cagayan: A Travel Guide

Posted on April 10, 2012

Small lampitaws dock at the beach fronting the main village of Centro in Calayan Island Located 60 km north of Luzon in the Babuyan Channel, Calayan Island is the seat of the municipality of Calayan, which includes the islands of Camiguin, Dalupiri and Babuyan Claro. The Calayan Islands, plus Fuga Island of the Aparri municipality, forms the Babuyan Island Group between Luzon and Batanes. Calayan Island boasts of stunning seascapes, secluded coves, white-sand beaches and lush rainforests, home to anRead More