SURFING IN CEMENTO BEACH
White sand, seashells, and crushed corals carpet the stretch of Cemento Beach. From October to February, waves tower up to 14 feet high, making for excellent and challenging surfing, as experts from Europe, Japan and Australia can attest. The area is recommended for expert or professional surfers as the waves break at the reef and are of the right-hand break type. The surfer is advised to wear wetsuits for protection.
The area is also suitable for snorkeling and wall diving during the calm season from April to June. Finally, Cemento Beach is a popular haven for lobsters and other marine species.
Getting There: Take a tricycle from Baler town proper to the river outlet south of Sabang Beach. From there, you can either hire a motorized banca for a 10-minute ride to the reef, or take a 40-minute walk. – sites.google.com/site/surftobalerphilippines
The whole stretch of Cemento Beach is full of white sand, seashells, and crushed corals. From October to February, waves tower up to 14 feet high which is excellent for challenging surfing-much enjoyed by surfing experts from Australia, Japan and other European countries. During the calm season, April to June, the beach is perfect for snorkeling and wall diving. – provinceofaurora.blogspot.com
Photos Below From: provinceofaurora.blogspot.com