Sunday, January 29, 2012

Anguib Beach of Santa Ana, Cagayan


Anguib Beach of Santa Ana, Cagayan

SANTA ANA, Cagayan - This long stretch of beach with powdery white sand is undeniably the pièce de résistance of the town of Santa Ana, if not of the whole province of Cagayan. Anguib Beach is located on the north-western tip of the province of Cagayan.



Being enclosed in a cove, Anguib Beach features calm waters of different shades of blue, from bondi blue to turquoise, from deep sky blue to azure.

Anguib Beach of Santa Ana, Cagayan
powdery white sand


For a day trip on the beach, a minimal entrance fee of Php50.00 per person is collected by the caretakers. At present, there are no fully functional resort facilities available on the beach aside from the cottages that may be rented by guests at Php200.00. They also allow overnight stays and rent out tents for Php400.00. The caretakers may also arrange food for visitors. Seafood is always fresh as they are caught straight from the sea.

Anguib Beach of Santa Ana, Cagayan
clear blue waters


The most convenient way to reach Anguib Beach is by renting a motorized boat from San Vicente Port. Travel takes 25 minutes.

boat docked at Anguib Beach of Santa Ana, Cagayan





How to get there:

Manila>Tuguegarao (by air)
Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines fly daily to Tuguegarao, Cagayan; flight takes one hour.

Manila>Tuguegarao (by land)
Victory Liner and GV Florida have several day and night trips to Tuguegarao, Cagayan; travel takes ten to twelve hours.

Tuguegarao>Santa Ana (by land)
take the public van bound for Santa Ana (Php180) at Don Domingo Public Market terminal, travel takes 2.5 hours; at Santa Ana, take a trike for San Vicente Port (Php15 per person)

Tuguegarao<>Santa Ana (roundtrip by land)
 for bigger groups, rent a private van at Php2,500 (good for 10 hours), petrol/fuel not yet included (~Php1,000 for the whole trip). You may contact JR Padilla at +639156731428 for van rentals. He is based in Tuguegarao.
How to get back:

Santa Ana>Tuguegarao (by land)
from San Vicente Port, take a trike for the van terminal in Santa Ana (Php15 per person), take the public van bound for Tuguegarao (Php180), travel takes 2.5 hours

Tuguegarao<>Santa Ana (roundtrip by land)
for bigger groups, rent a private van in Tuguegarao at Php2,500 (good for 10 hours), petrol/fuel not yet included (~Php1,000 for the whole trip). You may contact JR Padilla at +639156731428 for van rentals. He is based in Tuguegarao.

Tuguegarao>Manila (by land)
Victory Liner and GV Florida have several day and night trips to Manila; travel takes ten to twelce hours

Tuguegarao>Manila (by air)
Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines fly daily to Manila; flight takes one hour.

Island/Beach Hopping

San Vicente Port>Mangrove Forest>Anguib Beach>Cape Engaño>Crocodile Island
At San Vicente Port, we rented a boat for island/beach hopping (Php3,500), with stops at Anguib Beach, Cape Engaño, and Crocodile Island. Register with the Tourism Office and pay the environment fee of Php50 per person.

If you only wish to go to Anguib Beach, boat rental would be Php1,500 (round trip). If you intend to stay overnight at Anguib Beach, the boatmen can return the following day to pick you up, for an additional cost equivalent to the petrol/fuel consumption of ~Php600.

6 comments:

Gabz said...

Kakabasa ko lang kahapon sa isang blog about the Anguib Beach and gusto ko talaga sya puntahan.

Ram D Reyes said...

Hey Gabz, thanks for dropping by. We are about to update this post with the text and story, sorry sa delay, dami na namin backlogs :-((( Please do visit Santa Ana, Cagayan. Ganda talaga dyan, and I am sure you will get beautiful shots of the beach. Enjoy and see you around :-)

Dominie Busacay said...

Are there resorts at Anguib Beach?

Anonymous said...

Meron bang hotel sa santa ana

Abby Gabriel said...

Hi.. I would like to ask po if how much po ang estimated budget sa Anguib Beach. We have plan ksi with my cousins to go there in month of december.. Anyone?? I really want to go there tlga but i have no idea ksi :( Thankyou in advance po :)

Leo Longgat said...

may mga pwede na po bang tutuluyan sa beach pang over night? salamat po.