Tagkawayan Beach

About an hour away from Puerto Princesa's city proper, this beach is underdeveloped and is best for camping and spacing out in the sound of waves. Spanning about 700 meters, it has fine, mocha-brown sand and feels a bit remote. During Amihan Season between November and March, the waves are so strong that they bring stones ashore on one side of the beach. The existing wooden huts and cabins for accommodation in the surrounding area have been abandoned.

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