Sits at the north of Luzon in brgy San Vicente, Sta Ana Cagayan Province. Because of the remoteness of this beautiful island, it is rarely visited by tourist. So it’s really not that crowded even in peak season. Even though it’s small, this island has a lot to offer. From white beaches, trail to a historic lighthouse, falls and many more. It is also a good site for snorkeling with it’s undisturbed corals around the island. In fact, it was declared as a National Marine Reserve in August 28, 1994. It was also used as a filming location for Survivor: Blood vs. Water and Survivor: Cagayan.
San Vicente port. Jump off point going to Punta Verde.
Freshly Catch lobster. Cooked by Ate Isang, owner of our home stay.
Anguib Beach. Not part of Palaui though. But it’s only 45 mins from Punta Verde.
Sun rise at Punta Verde.
Magnificent view on the way to Cape Engano.
The historical Cape Engano Lighthouse. It was built in 1888.
With Dos Hermanas at the back.
View from one of the windows of the Lighthouse.
West side view.
Along the trail going to Punta Verde from Cape Engano.