Here are some nude beaches in the Philippines for skinny dipping or lazing in the sun without getting tanned.
What exactly is skinny dipping? To put it simply, it is the activity of swimming naked. Most countries in the world disapprove of Nudity. The Philippines, though a traditionally conservative country, contains several distant and secluded uninhabited islands such as Boracay, Siargao, and Palawan. The best part about these islands is that they attract fewer tourists. It means less sound, less pollution, as well as more peace. Isn’t that why you want to visit the Philippines in the first place?
Here are ten nude islands and beaches in the Philippines to visit! You have several flights to the Philippines connecting different destinations across the world. If you are traveling from Dubai, you can reach Manila airport in 8 hours. You can book Dubai to Manila flight tickets on popular travel websites, offering the cheapest fares on certain dates.
- Cagbalete Island
Cagbalete, which is just a short boat trip from the town of Mauban, Quezon, is the ideal place to go if you want to unwind on a peaceful island. If you need a change of view from the ocean’s clean waters, there are mangrove regions nearby.
Some portions of the ocean are relatively shallow (safe for your kids! ), but if you want to go deeper, you may hire a boat on the island. The resorts offer access to the beach, so you may be awake to beautiful views. For the best experience on this tranquil island, I advise renting a tent.
- Nakabuang Beach, Sabtang, Batanes
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Even though Batanes is known for its chilly climate and rugged topography, it also has lovely beaches. The benefit is that Batanes is rarely populated and not polluted. Try skinny dipping in Sabtang’s Nakabuang Beach! Fly to Basco, Batanes, and then take a faluwa or boat from Ivana harbor. Because the waters may be turbulent, visit when the environment is calm.
- Jagnaya Beach, Salcedo, Eastern Samar
A cave opening overlooking the Pacific Ocean is certainly a sight that one should see. Jagnaya Beach (pronounced (‘Hagnaya’) is a great place to strip off your clothing and go skinny dipping. The Pacific Ocean’s water makes a lovely subterranean pool that allows you to be as naked as you wish.
The Philippines boasts numerous renowned beach resorts that are growing in popularity. It is one of the reasons that people choose to check out quieter areas that allow them to be themselves. If this describes you, Jagnaya Beach is unquestionably one of the best-kept secrets of the country.
- Anawangin Cove
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The volcanic ash from Mt. Pinatubo’s eruption coated the shores of Anawangin Cove. Although the ash-blonde sand and pine trees evocative of Baguio make this beach not your typical summer ideal, something is endearing about its unusual landscape. This beach, located in San Antonio, Zambales, will undoubtedly be an enjoyable retreat. There are just minimal resorts, so prepare to encounter nature in its purest form!
- Mahabang Buhangin, Calaguas Islands, Camarines Norte
It may be a long boat voyage to Mahabang Buhangin, but it is well worth it. It is completely uninhabited and has a lengthy stretch of beautiful white sand beach. Tinaga Island is part of the Calaguas Islands. There are no business facilities or other services, making it ideal for camping and viewing the sunset.
- Palawan’s Amanpulo
Amanpulo is well worth the extra money. It is less busy than Boracay, which has sadly become overly marketed. Amanpulo, on the other hand, is famous for its biodiversity, turquoise-colored waters, and world-class diving.
Visitors can also enjoy lots of space and seclusion thanks to Amanpulo’s subtle luxury. It is no surprise that many famous personalities in the Philippines enjoy this location and travel here to find serenity and happiness in this natural setting.
- Oslob, Cebu, Sumilon Island
This island is well-known for its crystal-clear waters, which are ideal for diving and snorkeling. Sumilon Island is a modest sandbar island off the coast of Cebu. It features little sections of reef along the small amount of white sand where you can find a lot of fish.
Sumilon is best visited during Cebu’s dry season, which runs from December to June. Sumilon is not a hidden beach, as many of you may already know and have visited the island. However, it is an excellent location for skinny dipping. Find a nice spot near the rock formations. Perhaps, you may be the only ones on the beach.
Many Caramoan islands have been rented by the reality show ‘Survivor’ and are off-limits to the general public until July 22, 2016. It’s cost-free to enter, so you’ll have more money in your pocket to explore! Other famous destinations along the shoreline of the inlet are Gota Beach, Matukad Island, and Patag Bay.
- Calayan, Sibang Cove, Cagayan Valley
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Consider whales, silky white sand, and rocky cliffs – Sibang Cove has its unique beauty. The greatest feature is that you can stay overnight. Wouldn’t it be lovely to just get out of your swimwear before the sun goes down? Are you still not tempted?
- Bitaog Beach, Catanduanes, Palumbanes Island
Catanduanes is the Philippines’ 12th largest island, yet it is also one of the least visited. Bitaog Beach is a hidden treasure that takes some effort to get to. To get to the other side of the island, you will have to hike through the forest and cross rivers for an hour and a half.
However, once you arrive at your destination, you will be greeted by the stunning Bitaog Beach. There is also a lighthouse on the summit of its hill, from which you can see Palumbanes Island. The water here is tranquil and dark emerald, ideal for skinny dipping.
The islands mentioned above are only suggestions. The Philippines has many more islands, each with its unique charm. Remember to leave no trace when visiting these nude islands or beaches! Don’t endanger marine life, and don’t throw trash anywhere. If feasible, the area should be left clean when you depart to preserve the secret islands.
There are airlines like Philippines Airlines, Gulf Air, Emirates, Qatar Airways, Singapore Airlines, and Etihad Airways, offering Dubai to Manila flights connecting the Dubai International Airport (DXB) and the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL).