Dicasalarin Cove at Baler | A Road Less Traveled

I have been hearing a lot of great places to see in Baler and since we were on a limited time the first time I was there, I had to say yes when my colleagues/ friends were planning to organize for a weekend getaway to this place. What I really wanted to visit at first was Dingalan Lighthouse because of all the photographs I see on the internet but Trish said it was too far so she just included Dicasalarin Cove to our itinerary, she said they looked almost the same anyway.

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Photo by Jonathan Velasquez

The road to Dicasalarin Cove was like a smaller version of the Kennon Road in Baguio and when we catch of glimpse of the cove, we were roaring with much excitement.

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The place was too picturesque we couldn’t stop taking pictures.

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Photo by Jonathan Velasquez
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Photo by Jonathan Velasquez

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Look at that calmness
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Hey, that is not a cliff jumping spot, okay?
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The Haler Baler team | Photo by Jonathan Velasquez

This secluded place was like a haven of peace, we wished we learned earlier that we can do camping here so we could have stayed overnight. Dicasalarin Cove, for me, is like a piece of heaven in the Philippines.

Safe travels!

You may also want to try: CDO White Water Rafting

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6 thoughts on “Dicasalarin Cove at Baler | A Road Less Traveled

  1. Chasing Potatoes July 27, 2016 / 7:12 am

    Wow. The place is indeed beautiful. Thank you so much for sharing. I’ll visit this place soon ♥

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