I was just waiting na maamoy ko ang "amoy-dagat" para maconvience ko ang sarili ko na we're there na.
We reached the Cove late afternoon yet we need to walk additional miles para sa resort kung saan kami magstastay for the night. The cove was very quite, hindi pa masyado nacocommercialize kaya kunti pa ang tao na pumupunta as compared to Anawangin.
Walang electricity sa area ang generator only runs for few hours. Deadspot din ang cove for Telco Signals just like Anawangin so better inform your relatives of your whereabouts prior punta sa cove.
With regards sa waves, I am not 100% sure kung malakas ba talaga ang alon sa cove since sa harap neto ay makikita mo ang Green Island, so parang ang pressure mafifiliter dahil may mga islands sa harap neto. What I love the most sa Silanguin Cove is the idea na hindi pa sya totally commercialize. Sobrang tahimik, sobrang linis kaya if you're tired na sa busy life sa Metro and wants to run away from it for a while, Silanguin Cove would be the best hide out.
Mt. Cinco Picos - Silanguin Traverse was indeed a perfect match for this climb. Mountaineering + Beacheneering = Perfect adventure.
If you are going to Silanguin Cove via "Bangka" from Pundakit, 2 hours is the estimated time. Silanguin cove is the fourth cove sa area. You'll be passing Anawangin then Nagsasa tapos Talisayin Cove.
If you're planning to go to Silanguin Cove.... don't forget to visit the Falls and the secret lagoon. Hindi namin to napuntahan pero yung lagoon ay parang Anawangin din. The Falls is 1 hour away lang.