The sand in Cagwait beach is very fine but it is actually not a white sand as other reviewers have written. It is a reddish brown sand but it is very fine and very nice for the kids to play. There were not so many accommodations in the area and no quality rooms but the good thing is that the...
The Beach itself is great, it's a C shaped shore line that makes it amusing and a nice place to swim. It's not really white sand but just light colored san, more like Tan. It isn't that fine as Boracay's or Calaguas' but it's sure a nice place to swim.
If only there are competing beach houses or inns, then...
I went here for a day-trip in August, while staying in Tago/Tandag.
What a beach! Superb sand, excellent bay, super relaxing, a dream beach indeed.
The only negative remark I have, is that there are broken glass-bottles littering the sandy bottom, so it is very VERY easy to cut your feet.
The resorts surrounding this remarkable place should seriously make...
Looking for an unspoiled, peaceful beach? Cagwait is your bet. We stayed at one of the bed-and-breakfast types called Space Bar, and it was smack in the middle of the area so you can see the cove shape the beach forms from there. White sand, clear waters, not a lot of people - what more can you ask for?
A C-shaped white sand beach in the laid-back town of Cagwait, the Cagwait White Beach was once named as the Waikiki Beach of the Philippines by Charles Lindbergh, a famous pilot. It is a long stretch of white sand beach just few minutes from the town center.
It was raining when I visited Cagwait so the water was a bit...
It’s way the heck off of the beaten path on the Pacific Ocean in Mindanao.
The sand is not exactly white. More of a very light brown and the farther you look around the cove it appears to be a little orange. The sand is as powdery as I have ever felt and it is clean. There is plenty of...