Debenbenan Beach is a beach in Isabela, Philippines that is situated near the town of Palanan. It is a secluded and pristine beach that offers a relaxing and scenic experience for visitors. Debenbenan Beach has a length of three kilometers, and is composed of fine white sand, coral reefs, sea grass beds, and a coastal forest.
Debenbenan Beach is home to various marine life, such as fish, shellfish, dolphins, whales, and turtles. You can see them from the surface or snorkel in the clear blue water.
Debenbenan Beach is also rich in history and culture. It was once a trading post for the Japanese, who were allied with the native Ibanag people in the 16th century. It was also the site of the 1582 Cagayan battles, which were fought between Spanish soldiers and Japanese ronin (masterless samurai).
Debenbenan Beach is not easy to reach, as it is isolated from the rest of Luzon. You can only get there by air taxis or boats that sail on unknown dates. This makes it more pristine and unspoiled than other beaches. It has cottages for rent if you want to stay there for a few days. You can also enjoy other activities such as beach volleyball, sunbathing, or watching the sunset.