Aside from spots like Boracay and Palawan, there are many beautiful beaches in the Philippines waiting to be discovered. This coming August, there will be two long weekends. You might want to pack your things up and get ready to be amazed and freshened up by these beautiful beaches and islands in Sta. Ana, Cagayan in the Northeastern most of Luzon.
This spot is practically good for the people of the mainland Luzon who do not have enough money to make it to Boracay. Activities include island hopping, trekking, swimming, sun bathing, diving and snorkeling.
Sta. Ana boasts its stunning and untouched white beaches, including CNN’s 2013 10th best beach in the world, the Palaui Island. Sta. Ana was also the venue of the 2 episodes of Survivor USA.
SANTA ANA, Cagayan: The P1.67-billion Cagayan North International Airport (CNIA) in Lallo town will start catering to regular flights, to and from Macau and and other destinations in China, by the fourth quarter of the year, according to the Cagayan Economic Zone Authority (CEZA).
Raul Lambino, CEZA administrator and chief executive officer, said the regular flights would add to the domestic charters the airport had been servicing since 2014.
The airport is managed by the Cagayan Premium Ventures Development Corporation, a company developed through a joint venture agreement (JVA) between the CEZA and a private company.
The new head of the Cagayan Economic Zone Authority (Ceza) projected more and bigger investments from Australia starting next year in line with the Duterte administration’s bid to spur economic growth that would not only be sustainable but inclusive.
In a statement, Raul L. Lambino, administrator and chief executive officer of Ceza, said investors from Australia were expected to bring some of their biggest businesses to the Philippines starting next year.