[Video] Philippine Beaches

Okay, so this post is not exactly specific to Samar or even to the Eastern Visayas, but it’s definitely worth taking a look at and provides a good sampling of some beautiful beaches to visit. With over 7,100 islands in the Philippines, just dreaming about visiting a few of these beaches will help keep your mind off things like plucking jumbo shrimp out of a large pot of Sinagang Hipon!

Scenic places pictured in this video are located in the following provincial areas of Zambales, Subic Bay, Boracay, Bohol, Cebu, Ilocos, Liocos, Negros, Palawan, and Pangasinan. Featured shots include beaches and resorts at Anvaya cove, Pamilacan Island, Capones Island, Anawangin Cove, Amanpalo, Pagudpud, Camiguin, Camarines, Caramoan, Coron, Bolinao, Sumilon Island, Camotes island, Plantation Bay, Siquijor, Apo Island, and Sandbar Manjuyod.

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About RandyL

I first arrived the Western Pacific (Guam) in 1974 and for several years, I lived and traveled across the Pacific region and fell in love with the SE Asian lifestyle. Once bitten by it's culture bug, it never really lets go, and lingers on as a permanent affliction...forever. So henceforth, myself and my Filipina bride of 26 years, have decided that our best antidote is to simply return to the Philippines and take up residence in the Eastern Visayas on Samar Island. Our mission - to step back in time, relax, live....and Discover Samar Island before others do! Please visit my Blog for information that might help or inspire you to find your island in life.
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