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.

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
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?
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