Calaguas Island - Camarines Norte Attractions

Calaguas Island

On the northernmost part of Bicolandia is an unknown paradise that can rival the white sand beach of Boracay and the serenity of Pagudpud, still virgin and unspoiled- the beautiful and enchanting islands of Calaguas.
Calaguas is a group of islands in the Pacific under the jurisdiction of the town of Vinzons, Province of Camarines Norte, a merely two hour boat ride from the mainland. It boasts of powdery white sand beaches, crystal-clear waters, and unspoiled natural resources, a place where  you can truly relax while enjoying the beauty and serenity of the place. 
How to Get To Calaguas Island
Daet, the capital of Camarines Norte is the jumpoff point to Calaguas Islands. From there catch a jeeney to Vinzons and get off at the fishport (pandawan). There’s a boat going to Barangay Banocboc daily, it departs the fishport at 11 AM, from Banocboc you can hire a banca to take you to Calaguas Islands for as low as P500.00 or even lower depending on your haggling skill. The return trip to Vinzons fishport leaves Banocboc at 6AM the next day. 
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Events Related to Calaguas Island

Bantayog Festival
Humindang Festival

Attractions Related to Calaguas Island

Calalanay Island Beach
Lanton Shrine
Vinzons Catholic Church
Vinzons Shrine