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Friday, November 30, 2012

Palaui Island, Cagayan Valley Region

In a little island in the Cagayan Valley in the Philippines, is a paradise that is yet to be appreciated by many.

Its beauty is still restored to its glory because no hotels or resorts are built in the area, assuring the tourists of utmost peace and relaxation with nature.

Palaui Island in Cagayan Valley has served as a safe haven for people who are looking for a place where they can just throw their worries away and regain a sense of peace with their lives.
The island boasts of a beach that extends far from your sight, rich and dense forest that provides relaxation to every worn-out traveler, and positive and warm people who are willing to help you when you are in need.

What adds up to the adventure is the fact that getting there requires guts and courage. You will first have to get pass thorny grasses, a mangrove forest, and not to mention the muddy ground.

As poet Sarah Kay said, ““This world is made out of sugar. It can crumble so easily, but don’t be afraid to stick your tongue out and taste it.” Having minor bruises and scratches on the way to the island won’t kill you. But instead, these scars will remind you of a journey that you’ve survived and enjoyed immensely.


Palaui Island was declared by the CNN Go travel website of the Cable News Network as the top 3 among Best Beaches and Islands in the Philippines.

This is a recognition that makes every Filipino proud of their natural wonders.

The CNNGo’s website described Palaui Island as an “isolated island which is a natural secret — only the brave and persevering bother to visit.”

Tourists who visit the island are very much aware that the hassle they experience during the trip will be worth it once they set foot in Palaui Island.


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