Home to many white sand beaches, Sta. Ana prides itself in Anguib Beach, which is tagged as the “Boracay of the North”. It’s fine powdery sand beaches are perfect for relaxing as the cool calm waters invite one to take a dip. Sta. Ana’s beaches are the perfect escape from the daily grind. Rent a kayak to paddle the calm blue waters, get a guided boat tour and explore the islands and have a grilled seafood lunch on one of the sandy beaches.
Anguib Beach is known as the “Boracay of the North”, blessed with pristine white sand beach and blue waters just perfect for a weekend adventure. It offers a glamorous experience with it’s Glamping Tent and activities.
Mapurao, Manidad and Crocodile Island also have pristine white sand beaches. We recommend catching the sunrise at Crocodile Island.
Cape Engaño Lighthouse
The top of the centuries-old Cape Engaño Lighthouse has the best view of the island. You can see neighboring volcanic islands, towering mountains draped in wilderness, and streaks of white beach surrounded by cerulean and emerald waters. Try scouting for the best place to pitch a tent. You can go island-hopping around Palaui Island.
Other attractions in Sta. Ana is the National Marine Reserve of Palaui Island with its brilliantly iridescent underwater life, wonderfully scenic coastline, and delightfully charming lighthouse.