With just one scroll through Angel Dei’s IG feed, it's clear that she loves nothing more than going to the beach. Most of her photos are of her posing on the sand, soaking up the sun. These double-tap worthy pics are taken in the most beautiful islands found here in the Philippines.
Here's how you can plan a trip to each spot:
San Juan, La Union
How to get here: First, ride a bus going to Lucena from Buendia or Cubao. When you get to the Lucena Grand Central Bus Terminal, hop on a mini bus going to Mauban Port, and from the port, ride a passenger boat going to Cagbalete.
Find bus tickets and the trip schedule here.
El Nido, Palawan
How to get here: Board an airplane bound for Busuanga, Palawan. When you land in Busuanga Airport, take a one-hour jeepney ride to Coron.
Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte
How to get here: From Sampaloc, you can take a 10-hour bus ride going directly to Pagupud—you may find bus schedules and buy tickets here. If you want to get there faster, you can fly to Laoag, and from there, transfer to a bus or van going to Pagudpud.
How to get here: From Cubao, you can ride a bus going to Olongapo. From the bus terminal, board a yellow jeep bound to the main gate of the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA). Then, hop on a mini bus going to Morong, Bataan. When you get to the town proper, hail a tricycle to your resort.
You can find bus schedules and buy tickets here.
Apo Island, Dumaguete
How to get there: Take a flight from Manila to Cebu, then from Mactan Airport, hail a taxi going to Cebu South Bus Terminal. From the terminal, ride a bus going to Moalboal.
How to get there: From Manila, hop on a flight going to Caticlan. When you get there, take a tricycle or van going to the Caticlan Jetty Port where you can board a boat going to Boracay.
Naked Island, Siargao
How to get there: Fly from Manila to Siargao, then when you get to the airport, ride a van going to General Luna Pier where you can ride a boat going to Naked Island.
Samal Island, Davao
How to get there: From Manila, take a direct flight to Davao City. Once you get there, ride a jeep to the city center, then another jeep going to Santa Ana Wharf, which is the port where you can board a boat heading to Samal Island.
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