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#FHMSummerGuide: Chances Are You've Never Been To These Amazing Places

Where will see you unwinding this time?
by Mikey Agulto and Trisha Fernandez | Mar 25, 2014
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Fine, we know it just rained, but sunugan season is still upon us! Summer is the perfect time to relax, unwind, and get away from the scorching heat. Where will see you unwinding this time? Boracay? El Nido? La Union, maybe?

Here's an idea: Instead of returning to your regular overcrowded vacay spot, how about you try going to these obscure travel destinations instead? Chances are you've never been to these places before anyway. Read on!

Nakabuang Beach
Located in Sabtang Island, Batanes, the beach offers a pinkish white sand with a panoramic vantage point accentuated by the famous Nakabuang Arch, which is the most photographed spot on the beach. The environment is so pure, that Vigattin Tourism called it "the best place one can get to whisper to God."

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Summer                                                     Photo by Lhiza Dy (

Nagsasa Cove
Located in Zambales, this is an obscure camper's dream come true. Aside from a few nipa huts, no solid man-made structures have been erected near the beach yet. This means you're going to have to bring your own food and tent, but the sunrise and sunset scenery makes it worth the effort. Travel blog Tagpuan claims the place will remind you "of that classic Marlboro commercial."

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Summer                                    Photo by Yani Angeles (

Panampangan Island
Located off the coast of Tawi-Tawi, the island's white beach is so exclusive that businessmen and politicians go there to relax. The caretakers, Han Malah and his brother Abdul Samad, are the only custodians in the whole island. Travel blogger Journeying James also believes the beach's sand is so soft that your feet will sink right in.

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Summer                                                  Photo by Jojie Alcantara (

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