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I am such a nocturnal person that it is very RARE that I see a sun rise. However, here in Biri Island, I forced myself to wake up early (4am) to get a glimpse of the sunrise...and I do not regret it all. It was...More
This Island Paradise is a bit difficult to reach. But you have options to travel by land, air and sea and you will have to do all which makes finding this remote island more interesting. It will give you a breath of fresh air and...More
Never heard of this place before, until one of my batch mates from high school invited me to join her & 2 of her officemates to this Biri Rock Formations, I googled about it & i was captivated by the beauty of the rock formations...More
One of the finest and so amazing rock formations I have visited in the country.
I have perfect resort for my accommodation and big plated delicioso meals thru Biri Resort and Diving Center. The owner, sir Richard Ewen, Scottish and BIRI Initiative business partner Adrian,...More
Unbeknownst to most tourist, the rock formations are perfect spot for sunrise watching. Though this is recommended during Summer (March-May) for better chances of seeing the sunrise. Stunning,Picturesque, and amazingly beautiful. Let's you feel out of this world and appreciate mother natures creation : For...More
From catarman or calbayog, go to Lavezares port (1-2hrs) then pay required fees (PhP20+5). Ride a boat, trip runs for approx 1.5hrs (P50/head for the commuter boat good for 20 people OR rent whole boat for roundtrip transport --- they quoted P2400). When in Biri,...More
We took a bangka to Biri Island, which takes an hour. You only leave when enough people are on it. The motor engine is very noisy. On arrival, a motorbike took us to the tourist information office where we paid for a motorbike and guide,...More
Biri Island in the municipality of Lavezares in Northern Samar, is located where the San Bernardo Strait meets the Pacific Ocean. This explains the raging waters in the area, perhaps too strong even for professional surfers.
When we visited the place, we had to travel...More