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    Cuyo

    Cuyo is a small island in the open ocean, so the winds are consistent, making it a good spot for kitesurfing. And unlike Boracay, it is not so well known, so you can expect a lot more space. As one website wrote, when comparing the different surfing spots in the country: What to Expect: ¬†There are a few different spots on Cuyo Island, which is found almost in the middle of the Sulu Sea, just south of the windiest region during Amihan season. Victoria Beach gets a side onshore wind, while Capusan beach has a wealth of shallow water and offshore winds. Quijano Windsurfing Retreat which is also known as…

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    Explore the Philippines

      Since I have married a Filipina and found a new life and business partner, I have moved this content to the Travel Tours and Packages in the Philippines page, where you will find the latest info. I am excited to travel around the country with my wife, expanding the tours we offer, which mostly she will be managing. Whether you explore this country of 7,107 islands by foot, taxi, bus or boat, I have done so by motorbike and am compiling info on all the wonderful little jewels I have come across.¬†Click on the orange text links in the picture above or alphabetically below to find details of specific…

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    Busuanga Island

    You can rent a bike from the Brujita place according to the Coron page, or just ask around. The following was recommended to me by a local friend. I like to use maps.me, because it does not require internet but only gps. During the rainy season (June to Novemberish), be careful of wet, soft, muddy roads that is easy to slip with your bike. I did this trip in June of 2018 and found some roads washed out or blocked later on, so I will only explain an easy and nice route for a day or two. During the dry season you can explore more, unfortunately I could not fit…