SOCORRO AND THE BUCAS GRANDE ISLANDS

It was the glorious sunrise that welcomed us upon arrivals at the Port of Hayanggabon in Claver, Surigao Del Norte, the jump off point going to the Bucas Grande Islands. From the harbor, the view of the Islands can already be seen. In less than an hour, my dream to see the famed Islands of Bucas Grande was about to come true. Just the thought it thrilled me.

One of Islands of Bucas Grande

Aboard the motorized boat going to the Islands, I learned that Bucas Grande is part of the Municipality of Socorro and belongs to the Province of Surigao Del Norte. What I didn’t know that surprised me is that Socorro is actually one of tChe nine municipalities that comprise the famous Siargao Islands, the famed surfing capital of the Philippines. It was so amazing to know that we were actually sailing the blue waters of Siargao.

Club Tara Resort

While the main island of Siargao is home to world-class surfing areas, touristy resorts and other natural attractions, the Bucas Grande Islands of Socorro features amazing different wonders of nature that are incredibly best for a remarkable relaxation and communing with nature.

Sohoton Reception Center

Approaching the Bucas Grande Islands, we were told that we were about to experience a pristine island adventure at its best. Our gracious tour guide explained that some parts of the islands are proclaimed National Park and conservation of its natural beauty is maintained. I looked around the whole environs, indeed, everything is unspoiled – a rare beauty so immaculate and magnificent. Seeing those, I began to drown myself to full admiration.

Inside Sohoton National Park

When God created the 7,107 Islands of the Philippines, He chose the town of Socorro to be one home of the country’s most mystical gifts of nature. These are gifts Socorro can truly claim one of the finest in the entire country. The group of beautiful islands and islets are beautifully scattered in the tranquil clear blue waters of Siargao. The abundant verdant vegetations that cover the mountains are thick and untrimmed. The coves are mystical and enchantingly mesmerizing. The serene exquisiteness of the lakes is truly magical. All that comprise the Bucas Grande Islands are glorious natural wonders.

The Jelly Fish Sanctuary

These were among the many mystical things that Bucas Grande Islands of Socorro let me experienced. It gave me an exceptional experience communing with Mother Nature at its full glory. Everything I that experienced there was truly special. It is like traveling to another dimension – a place of enchantment.

This Blogger Holding a Non-Stinging Jelly Fish

Having gone to these islands and experienced its mystical wonders, I can say that paradise exists in this part of the world. I now call it the “Paradise Islands of Bucas Grande”. I have been there and I experienced that true paradise!

Me and my travel buddies at Club Tara Resort

This is the second part of “EXPLORING CARAGA REGION: The Travel Series

  1. CATCHING SUNRISE AT CLAVER, SURIGAO DEL NORTE
  2. SOCORRO AND THE BUCAS GRANDE ISLANDS
  3. CLUB TARA AND TIKTIKAN LAKE OF BUCAS GRANDE ISLANDS
  4. SOHOTON NATIONAL PARK OF BUCAS GRANDE ISLANDS
  5. THE SANDY BEACHES AND STUNNING ISLETS OF BUCAS GRANDE ISLANDS
  6. THE JELLYFISH SANCTUARY OF BUCAS GRANDE ISLANDS
  7. EXPERIENCING SAN JOSE AND THE PROVINCE OF DINAGAT ISLANDS
  8. THE LEGEND OF DINAGAT ISLANDS

28 Replies to “SOCORRO AND THE BUCAS GRANDE ISLANDS”

  1. Thank you for sharing this. I now have Bucas Grande in my “places to visit” list :-). Can I ask for contact information of your tour guide during your trip? Thanks and more power to your site 🙂

        1. You’re very much welcome also,We know this articles can help a lot of promotions in our place.Once again thank you so much…
          God Blessed..

  2. Thanks very much for your kind words about Bucas Grande, my island home. Thanks for sharing this… it’s an affirmation that Bucas Grande is the Philippine’s emerging all-in-one tourist destination.

    1. Hi there. 🙂 you contact VINCENT ADLAO TAMAYO at 0930.802.8704… A local of Socorro who is also our tour guide for our Bucas Grande Island Exploration. For groups of 10, we paid Php 1,500.00 each. 🙂

      1. hello, I have a resevation in club tara the only I problem is that, I dont have a setup transfers from/to butuan airport to the island. Can you tell me how to go there? Thank you so much!

  3. Hi Olan,

    Nice blog! 🙂 You spent 1,500 each for your trip in a group of 10? What are the inclusions if you don’t mind? 🙂 Super ganda!!! 🙂

  4. Good day Olan,

    Great pictures! I am sure we will enjoy Bucas Grande this coming April.

    BTW< Where did you stay when you where Bucas Grande? Do you have a contact number please?

    Thanks!

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