Pozo Robo Beach
Pozo Robo Beach is a beautiful beach located in Santa Ana, Cagayan Province, in the Cagayan Valley region of the Philippines. It is also known as the White Sand Beach of the North, as it has white sand, clear water, and a serene atmosphere. It is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Cagayan Province, as it offers a relaxing and refreshing experience for visitors.
To get to Pozo Robo Beach, you need to fly from Manila to Tuguegarao City, the capital city of Cagayan Province. From there, you need to take a bus or a van to Santa Ana, which takes about 3 hours. From Santa Ana, you need to take a tricycle or a private van to Pozo Robo Beach, which takes about 15 minutes and costs P50 per person. You can also rent a boat for P1500 to P2000 for a whole day.
The best time to visit Pozo Robo Beach is during the summer season, from March to May, when there is less rainfall and more sunshine. You can enjoy swimming in the calm and clear water, sunbathing on the soft sand, or kayaking or paddle boarding on the sea. You can also have a picnic or a barbecue on the beach, as there are cottages and grills available for rent. You can also camp on the beach overnight, as there are tents and sleeping bags for rent.
Pozo Robo Beach is not only a place to enjoy nature and adventure, but also a place to appreciate the history and culture of Cagayan Province. It showcases the rich heritage and diversity of the people who live in this region, such as the Ibanags, Ilocanos, Itawes, Gaddangs, Malaues, Agtas, Atas, Yogads, Isnegs, Kalingas and Ibatans. You can also learn more about the environmental and social significance of the beach and its conservation efforts.