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You are Matchless, BATANES!

Batanes is indeed the dream destination of every Filipino. The panoramic views, incomparable landscapes, astonishing coastlines and rock formations, unique stone houses, hidden coves and its famous green rolling hills and well-known lighthouses make it picture perfect!

The islands are spectacular that there are no words to describe the beauty of Batanes. The unique experience this paradise has to offer make it truly a must visit destination. Branded for its famous tagline – “BreathtakingBATANES – Explore Simplicity.

Batanes is known as the Home of the Winds, which is the northernmost province in the Philippines and also the smallest in terms of population and land area. The people are called Ivatans, and I can attest that they embody the true meaning of hospitality, very friendly and welcoming to all tourists.

The islands are extremely invigorating and serene letting tourists experience a taste of island life getting away from the hustle-and-bustle of Metro living. What a relief!

Want to experience the unspoiled beauty of Batanes?

Browse these gallery photos and imagine that you are in the magical, pristine and breathtaking islands of Batanes! Enjoy 😊 



N O R T H   &   S O U T H   B A T A N,

B A T A N E S



VALUGAN BOULDER BEACH


MT. CARMEL CHAPEL (TUKON CHAPEL)


CHAWA VIEWDECK


JAPANESE TUNNEL


MARLBORO HILLS (RACUH A PAYAMAN)


SAN CARLOS BORROMEO CHURCH


TAYID LIGHTHOUSE


VAYANG ROLLING HILLS

 


 

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BASCO LIGHTHOUSE & NAIDI HILL


ALAPAD ROCK FORMATION


MUCHONG VIEWPOINT


HOUSE OF DAKAY & HONESTY SHOP


MAHATAO WHITE BEACH & BLUE LAGOON


MOUNT IRAYA

 



S A B T A N G,   B A T A N E S




MORONG BEACH / AHAO ARC


CHAMANTAD – TINYAN VIEWPOINT


SAVIDUG VILLAGE STONE HOUSES


CHAVAYAN VILLAGE


IVANA PORT

Now, are you excited to tick Batanes in your travel bucket list?

How would you describe this beautiful little island? It is truly breathtaking and matchless, right? Let me know in the comment section below.

And if you enjoyed my Batanes adventure, I would be extremely grateful if you’d help it spread by sharing it on Twitter or Facebook. THANK YOU!

 

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22 Responses

  1. Carmela Rivera says:

    Browsing through the photos brought me back to the time when I visited Batanes, it is indeed breathtaking! The place can be enjoyed even by solo travelers! 🙂

  2. lipstickcafe says:

    These look so amazing I feel like crying! Hopefully I will get to travel more in my life at some point.

  3. Utaji says:

    Wow theses image are breathtaking, i cant wait to make my p=travel plans after the coronavirus

  4. What beautiful scenery! These photos are breathtaking.

  5. Wonderful post. I went to Batanes many years ago and loved it. Your photos are great. The rolling hill … ahh lovely Batanes.

  6. Oscar says:

    You had an amazing trip! How much does it cost you?

  7. Marjie Mare says:

    This post is such a treat for me. So many beautiful pictures and sites. Thanks so much for taking me to this virtual adventure.

  8. It’s been one of my dreams to bring my family in Batanes. Who knows? Maybe next year. This is such a wonderful paradise, away from the city., as if you’re already in heaven, but not! 🙂 Thank you for sharing your experience, you must’ve really enjoyed it!

  9. Shiela Mae says:

    I’ve been to Batanes once for free, but I missed the lighthouse and the honesty shop. I wish to go back but I think it is so expensive.

  10. sumit walia says:

    hi
    I simply loved all the visuals, the visits of green rolling hills and cloud-covered skies were spectacular. Indeed it is a; place to get a3au from the hustle-bustle of life.

  11. Antonia says:

    This place looks absolutely amazing. I’ve never heard about it before. Definitely putting it on my travel bucket list.

  12. Wendy says:

    Wow! Batanes looks so amazing! Thank you so much for these pictures.

  13. aisasami says:

    Batan looks a rural paradise and I love this! I love old buildings and open fields!

  14. Neil Alvin says:

    Someday, I will finally be able to visit Batanes.such a beauty

  15. Polly says:

    I was supposed to go to Batanes this year but due to pandemic/lockdown all my travel plans are cancelled. Thank for the virtual tour! 🙁

  16. mariah green says:

    I was just recently watching some travel vlogs in batanes. It looks so beautiful there

  17. Ting says:

    Oh my! Reading your post made me miss travelling so much!

  18. Batanes looks like an amazing place to visit! I love all your photos, especially the one of the waves crashing against the rocks. The water looks so pretty.

  19. Maysz says:

    I love BATANES and this is one of my dream to visit in the Philippines but honestly this is one of most expensive destination here in Philippines.

  20. blair villanueva says:

    I love the super GREEN view! It does look like somewhere in Fiji and coast of Australia 🙂

  21. Kevine says:

    Wow, seems like an amazing spot, lots of culture.

  22. Elizabeth O says:

    I must say, that the Philippines is a must visit places because of the beautiful tourist spots like this. These photos are so inviting, it makes me want to go there after this pandemic lockdown.

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