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Beach is still lovely except for the newly constructed platform that encroached the beach (this is really a cobble beach rather than pebbly beach).
Water is still very clean. There are several resorts along the beach so you can choose the one that best suits...More
It's so sad to see the beach with a lot of trash, and it was crowded when we came. Hope the people who visits here will help in cleaning the area. The beach are beautiful, but if the people keep on throwing plastics anywhere, in...More
There's a reason why it's called pebble beach... Pebbles instead of sand... But the wayer here is great, cant say the same thing about the garbage littered everywhere... It breaks your heart to experience the great calm water with the beautiful sunset then trash everywhere...
If someone call this as beach they never been in beach. I should call this as a rock hell jiji. Nice view nice places to stay and enjoy with your friends. Bring your foods and drinks with you and you can also rent a room...More
The place is good for low budgeted people, who just would like to while away time near a beach front. Its trademark and unique feature is that it is teeming with oblate-shaped stones in its about a mile-stretch of shoreline. The water is so clean...More
I've been coming here since i was 5 years old and i never have complaints with this beach. It's more commercialized now compared to before but overall it's still the same beach i remember when i was young!
Don't forget to bring your aqua socks...More
The beach is as the name implies - full of pebbles. Not great for bare feet. It is best to wear protective footwear when walking here. There isn't much to see and do at this beach. There are other beaches nice than this one.
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Hi! I asked someone I know who goes there for the activities you mentioned. He said you can do trolling for king mackerels in mabua going to anao-aon (it's a coastal town in surigao del norte). There's no surfishing but... More
Hi! I asked someone I know who goes there for the activities you mentioned. He said you can do trolling for king mackerels in mabua going to anao-aon (it's a coastal town in surigao del norte). There's no surfishing but there's spearfishing. He even offered to accompany you. :) Happy Fishing!