Travel Guide: Subic Matnog, Sorsogon


Whenever I feel fed up by work, I always look for a quick escape. We may be different with our definition of relaxation, but for me a beach getaway will always be on top of my list. This is actually what we did a few weekends back. Our itch to be with the sea brought us to the southernmost tip of Luzon - Matnog, Sorsogon. This paradise is the jump-off point of ferries going to Northern Samar, but more to just being a gateway to Visayas, this humble place has so much beauty on its own.
The travel time from Naga to Sorsogon might be too much for some but it sure is worth it! Subic Beach is known for it's naturally painted pink sand attributed to the red corals in the area. During the mornings, little waves crash by the shore and it turns into a calm blanket by the afternoon. Its inviting aquamarine waters are so clear that we can see the sea bed when we kayaked a few meters away from the shore.

Just like Calaguas, you can stay at the beach front and you just chill, swim and eat. The island also has electricity and a network signal so you don't have to worry too much. 😉 Also, activities like snorkeling, swimming, beach volleyball and kayaking will keep you busy during your stay.

Outfit: Forever 21 bikini top:; striped pants: Light in the Box

Apart from the pink shore, our day was also capped by a pink sunset. It was too beautiful that my photo doesn't give it justice.

As reference, below is a detailed 2D1N itinerary. Hope this helps!


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