Much has been said about surrounding areas,say, the Mangrove Forest and the Underground River which are both a few minutes away from Sabang but I haven't really blogged about SABANG BEACH in particular. I think it's not just me, I find rare blog entries about it among Pinoy Travel Bloggers as well. I wonder why.
The dock in Sabang serves as the set-off point for the Underground River. By the time tourists arrive here, they immediately check in to make sure they get the first boat to the UNESCO HERITAGE site. That means the best thing you can do is to appreciate the view of the surrounding, take a few photos and then leave for the Underground River.
Once in the water, you will get to enjoy the regular interval of waves coming your way. On a regular day, I find the waves not too big to be a threat for drowning which was the message I concluded when our guide said they encourage people to swim because its an open sea. I thought that waves in Pagudpud's Blue Lagoon during our trip there were even bigger. Another good thing about Sabang Beach is that there's no sudden deep scenario which you could experience in Honda Bay. You could go far from the shore and still feel that the deep is still manageable. I didn't dare go too far though. I am not that bold just for the sake of curiosity.
Still, I think Sabang Beach is a beautiful beach which is more than just for the eyes to feast....