Thursday, June 11, 2009

Bulabod Beach @ Puerto Galera

Secluded. If there is one word that amply describes this beach in Puerto Galera, "secluded" is the perfect word. Located in Dulangan Village, about 500 meters away from the road to Calapan, Bulabod Beach is an ideal hide-away where lovers can have the place for themselves and commune with mother nature.


The shores in this beach is characterized by small pebbles that walking on it's shore would make you feel like you are walking on an aquarium. In fact, people in the area says that most tourists can resists from taking home some of their pebbles for their aquarium use. Also, since the beach is facing an open sea, the waves here are much bigger compared to other beaches in Puerto Galera.

Here are some shots I have taken of the secluded Bulabod Beach:


Bulabod Beach Shoreline



The Left Corner



Another View of the Shoreline



Pebbled Shore



Isolated Plant on Pebbled Shore



Fertile Right Corner



View of the Open Sea


Puerto Galera's most famous beach, the White Beach, on my next post.

27 comments:

  1. You must have felt like a king having this beach all to yourself!

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  2. What a wonderful beach !! I really wish to be there some day !! I am glad to find your blog !! Great post..Lovely..Also I Have Started My Own Website And Would Like You To Have A Look At It.I Would Love To Have Your Comments On That Also.Unseen Rajasthan

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  3. my kind of beach. the first photo is so inviting, i'd like to pack my bag and go, right now!

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  4. i like the shape of the stretch nice!! why you didnt kidnap me and bring me there with you??

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  5. So nice. The Isolated Plant on Pebbled Shore picture is just amazing! I love it. So intimate. Secluded indeed.

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  6. Very beautiful beach. It looked so clean. Love the last photo with the mountain in the background.

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  7. LS: That beach calls to me, "Come and visit". What a neat plce with a wonderful view.

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  8. The last time I visited Puerto Galera was in 2004. Is this a private resort? It looks serene.

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  9. Paisagens de cortar a respiração!
    Saudades...

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  10. Bulabod Beach looks like one of those hidden holiday gems. You've got a great blog.

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  11. Thta place looked hidden and wonderful.

    Nice.

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  12. another beautiful find, secluded speaks to me a lot. if the waves are bigger is this a place where surfers go?

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  13. so refreshing. Dang, from where I am, summer hasn't arrived yet, would you believe ? I'm jealous :)

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  14. Hello po! Wow open sea! I could smell the fresh air and water just by looking at those photos. Nice one!

    Thanks po for dropping by at my blog. Thanks po for the comment. Is there a local newspaper that you know that published literary folio?

    Ingat po on your next journey

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  15. Nice and awesome beach, i would love to visit the beach too especially this long holiday...Ganda naman...

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  16. i like the isolated plant pic the best!

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  17. I never tired of saying perfect lahat ng shots as always. I wonder lang, may paakyat2x ka, may pa sideview, patuwad patumbling2x siguro sa pagtake ng photos. bago sa paningin ko yung isolated plant shot ah. Galing!

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  18. Red,

    Genius ka talaga! OO nga. siguro may backdive pa at pahiga higa. hehe!

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  19. Love this place; it's perfect for loners like me, hehe. How do I get there? =)

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  20. Nice photos! I definitely prefer a beach like this than white beach. I have more fun with a laid back and serene environment kase. I guess the noise and chaos of white beach during peak seasons drove me away.

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  21. will go there one day..

    love
    nobe

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  22. i love secluded beaches
    romantic, eh
    hehe

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  23. gusto ko talaga yung style photo mo pards sa pagkuha ng maliit na parte, gaya ng isolated plant on pebbled shore(ganda ng pamagat)

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  24. Secluded beach has its own charm compared with the Crowded one. I think I like your country and should come there given a chance.

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  25. To save on money, my friend and I camped here way back before.

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  26. this is my place...my home...

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