Cabacungan Cove

Cabacungan Cove, Dasol: Address, Cabacungan Cove Reviews: 4.5/5

Cabacungan Cove
4.5

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tambobongadventure
Pangasinan Province, Philippines7 contributions
Cabacungan Cove
Feb 2021
Don't miss to take this tour. It was very good tour and I think it was one of the best tours island hoping and kayaking adventure.
Written 12 May 2021
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Jeffrey L
22 contributions
I can name this as Bora of the North
Apr 2017 • Family
Beach is superb and the water is crystal clear. I dont normally swim when the sun is high but with this place, i just said, "BAHALA na. LIGO!". I can share Drone shoots per request...
Written 3 May 2017
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Emjay G
Baguio, Philippines40 contributions
Good view but there are trash left by tourists.
Jun 2015
The Cave is really refreshing, a natural pool is waiting inside it and it is 8 - 13 feet deep. Cabacugan cove (Crocodile Island has a good view over the hill. Cliff diving is possible on top of the cave. Mother nature is giving us such places, so please do not leave your trash anywhere while you are in the island, if possible bring your own trash bags. Let us protect mother nature for the next generation.
Written 24 February 2016
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Brahmineyes
76 contributions
Cabacungan Cove (and Cave): Where you can just be lazy and spend the day doing nothing
Apr 2015
Cabacungan Cove (and cave) is a good "side trip" when in Tambobong Beach, Dasol, Pangasinan.

Tambobong is about a couple of hours drive from Alaminos City by way of Burgos municipality, and is also home to Culebra (sometimes spelled as Collibra) Island — an islet bereft of any shelter apart from a cluster of spiny and spindly shrubs, and a triumvirate of lofty coconuts, proclaiming to the world how they survived raging storms.

There is nothing much to do in Cabacungan Cove, except to just laze about inside the small cave, where the water is cooler.
Written 22 July 2015
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