The Babuyan Islands is a group of islands found in the province of Cagayan, Philippines. There is little tourism development there, but a lot of potential, given a strict adherence to the principles of responsible tourism.
With fine white sand beaches, mangrove forests, hidden waterfalls, and a majestic lighthouse atop a hill just in one island, Babuyan Islands promises to make for an amazing experience. Add to that the fact that the area is known to have one of the highest population of cetaceans in the world, as it serves as a calving ground for marine life such as the humpback whales. Other natural attractions in the area include the natural landscapes and coves of Calayan, the hidden waterfalls of Camiguin, the volcano that stretches to the sea and the indigenous population of Babuyan Claro.
I've developed itineraries for this destination for varying tour duration; 3, 5, 7, and 9 days. For April-May 2013.
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Exploring the Babuyan Islands of the Philippines
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