Tinago, which means "hidden", is a hidden cove at the Caramoan Peninsula. Boatmen seldom bring tourists in this cove because of its location. The narrow gap between two limestone mountains is the gateway to Tinago, and many boatmen find it difficult to maneuver the outrigger boat due to strong current. Good thing we had an expert team--2 brothers and their young nephew, who took us to Tinago for lunch on Black Saturday. This cove is deserted, no hut and fresh water so you have to bring everything.
The unpredictable waves between the islands cause the surface waters to be choppy. But as soon as we get past the narrow passage, the lagoon was very calm.
Tinago has a narrow stretch of fine white sandy beach, surrounded by limestone rocks. We grilled fish and had lunch under the trees, soaked up the sun and fun, and let the breathtaking, serene beauty of Tinago renew our spirits.It would be great to put up a tent here and stay overnight--oh well, that's for another trip.
Posted for Watery Wednesday and Outdoor Wednesday
Fantastiv place ... great pictures! And thanks for stopping by!
Psst, Kuna, ang ganda naman, parang suso yung isang litrato! (Giggles)
oh wow! what a beautiful place.
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Stop and visit any time!
wow lovely scenery! wish we could visit that soon :)
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It sounds like a wonderful experience. What a beautiful place.
one beautiful part of caramoan. this side can be one of my favorite. i think i need one week to really take time on each island.
These are lovely photos!
Very inviting Luna, was it a caterpillar like ride? Tinago is one of the most beautiful place to explore and I wouldn't mind if I stay there for a long time...oops no internet!
a paradise..grabe halos malapit lang sa hometown ko ang Cam. Sur pero hindi ako nagmamalay sa mga nakatagong ganda.
What a beautiful slice of paradise.
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Now that's a wonderful watery adventure!
What a beautiful hidden gem you found! All your photos are gorgeous, but I especially love the third, with the waves against the rock.
George Clooney would be my first choice too, but I'd also be happy with someone local – Derek Ramsey. ;)
oh wow, a paradise! eto yung Phils secret paradise and not a secret to me anymore, ang ganda!!!
Thank you for your comment on my blog. Such beautiful pictures you show us. I wish I was there. When I wake up this morning, it was snow all over...and Its April...spring.. I really hope it will melt away soon.
This is such a beautiful place - truly a piece of paradise, and lovely photos of your day. I agree - being stranded there with George Clooney would be a good thing - but just the chance to visit would be great!
Here we are once more- In paradise.
What a beautiful place and gorgeous photos!!!
I like it!
Thank's for visiting my blog!
And you came back to Manila... :-0
Even without George Clooney I would not hesitate to stay there for a lifetime !
Hahaha...with your remark on my blog. You cracked me up !
What a breathtaking view!!! It's really nice to be there.
Your photos are always wonderful. Makes me very jealous that you get to see such beauty. Happy Outdoor Wednesday.
Very nice island. Melts my heart away. Stunning and unpolluted.
Wow, such a beautiful place,lovely pics :)
How pretty. The lagoon looks so peaceful. I'd love to anchor there and just float a bit. Beautiful photos, too. So glad you had a nice picnic!
Thanks for stopping by and Happy Outdoor Wednesday!
What a wonderful place!! Just love the landscape and the rocks in the water. Great photos:-)
Wow! paradise nga! I'm dying to swim in a warm beach..
Looks to me like a piece of heaven here!! Wow...so pretty.
I'm trying to catch up on my wonderful visitors from Wednesday. I thank you for dropping by and leaving such a kind comment. It's always so much appreciated.
Thanks, and do come again sometime soon.
Hope your day has been treating you well so far!!
I envy your trips to the sea...pero at least nkikita ko naman ;D
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