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Definitely one of the best beaches I visited. They say that Anguib is their version of Boracay and I totally agree. White sand & clear waters. It's just sad to see the place after typhoon Ompong destroyed the trees and nipa huts. But still, its...More
Nice little cottage with aircondition and mini Patio. The restrooms are all shared though which is inconvenient if you have small children. Beach itself has some nice white sand. The only thing was you can’t get a good view of the sunrise. At least from...More
A good place for summer getaway. No good for snorkeling. Otherwise a good place to vist. If you're coming from Palaui Island going in Anguib Beach, you have to be ready by 6am due to the changing tides. In my personal opinion, you will not...More
They have white powdery sand. Tha water is calm and great to kill time on a lazy day.
I recommend that you visit anguib on weekdays where rate is cheaper and the guest are lesser.
If you can bring life jacket especially for the kids,...More
This beach is very beautiful and quietly secluded however there is a 200php entrance fee and there is still trash left by Filipino families along the shore. Until Filipinos learn not to leave trash in public places as their private litter bins they will always...More
Access by catamaran boat for 40 minutes in choppy sea from Santa Ana. Cost of boat, March 2017 was 1500 pesos and accommodates 8. Sand on beach white and very fine. Water not deep and excellent for snorkeling. The area is not yet all developed....More
We visited Anguib Beach since it is included in the itinerary of the tour that we availed. The beach was not overcrowded even though it is Holy Week. We've seen people kayaking and riding the jetski. Be cautious of arriving boats when you're swimming since...More