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Located right beside Bagasbas Beach named Adikha before. Now named Andika for the purposes of understanding pronunciation. A great videoke Bar and Restaurant with cool videoke and semi elegant place. Service is good with helpful staff. Food is great with different variety though the main...More
Gale winds warning was given sunny morning of June 9, 2018 and crossing to Calaguas Usland was off. Bagasbas Beach did not disappoint us though. Situated right at Daet Camarines Norte is kilometers long fine gray sand. Can see during low tide the flat sand...More
This beach has neither white sand nor blue water but the locals flock here. Tourists make their way here too. There is a boardwalk that’s nice enough for a stroll. There are many restaurants and little hotels. The Philippines has lovelier beaches elsewhere but if...More
Daet, Camarines Norte is my hometown. And Bagasbas beach is one of my favorite place. Aside from its cool and fresh air, you can have also picnic in this beach near the shore. Because of its big waves, Bagasbas is a great place for surfers.
Cheap, otherwise free, wide enough even if there are many people. Perfect for early morning walks, or just watching the sunset. Ideal for surfing and not advisable for swimming with small kids. Breathing the salty, ionized seabreeze was relaxing enough for me.
We have been visiting Bagasbas Beach since the 90's and have seen the improvements and changes through the years.
October this year, we stayed at Madison's Beach Condoles, facing the Pacific Ocean, It is a nice, clean and condo-like accommodations, with daily tidying up upon...More
Went here with a group of friends. Rented a kubo for 300 pesos. Skim boards 150 pesos for 2 hours and volleyball 50 pesos an hour.
The surf looked pretty choppy so didn't venture out past the breakers. But they did have a surf board...More
Most Calaguas tour have included Daet as additional side trip before going back to Manila. And what better reason to go there is to visit Bagasbas beach.
Surfing much appreciated during the monsoon season however waves still present during summer and they are best suited...More