Masbate Solo Trip for 6 Days & 5 Nights

masbate solo trip

B goes solo to Masbate!

When was the last time you did something for the first time? Me? Last March 16, 2017. Not that I haven’t traveled alone before, but this time, it was my very first time to ride on a plane, sleep on a hotel room, talk to strangers on my own.

I was thrilled when I saw last December 2016 that Cebu Pacific Airline now caters flight to Masbate with unbelievable ticket price. I got mine from Manila-Masbate for P1,642.56 and Masbate-Manila for P349.88 ONLY.

Not that I have in mind to travel solo, i asked some friends but they doesn’t seem interested.

So, what happened on my 6 days and 5 nights stay at the City of Hearts? A LOT! One by one, I will share the beauty of each places and why they should go to your travel bucket list. Here they are:

Day 1:

  • Fazenda de Esperanza
  • Sese Brahmans
  • Palani Beach / My Q Resort & Conferences
  • Ham’s Cup Cafè

Day 2: 

  • Buntod Reef Marine Sanctuary
  • 7-AR Golden Beach Resort & Restaurant
  • Doux Seduction Coffee

Day 3:

  • Aroroy
  • Colorado Lighthouse
  • K Beach Resort
  • Bigg’s Diner Gaisano Capital

Day 4:

  • Mayong Payong
  • Safe House
  • Mangrovetum
  • St. Patrick Parish
  • St. Anthony de Padua Cathedral

Day 5:

  • Kalanay Falls
  • Libtong Hidden Spring
  • Bituon Beach Resort
  • Coco View Lagoon
  • Zero8 Bar

Day 6:

  • Pilar, Sorsogon
  • Daraga, Albay

 

Where to Stay?

Recommended by the cowboys that I’ve met, I stayed for 5 nights at Balay Valencia.

My Masbate Solo Trip was an eye opener. This is the place where I’ve learned more about myself, and I found someone – kidding! I found myself here.

Tune in for more posts about Masbate!

XX,

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5 thoughts on “Masbate Solo Trip for 6 Days & 5 Nights

  1. Your first big solo trip is always such a mile stone! Sounds like you made the most of your time and are enjoying life!

    Happy Travels!

  2. Do you know why it’s called the City of Hearts? I’m intrigued by that as it sounds unique & like there’s a story behind it! By the way, your visit to the reef conservation sounds pretty cool – would love that!!

    1. Hi @disqus_fhcTxEpCbI:disqus it was one of the many nicknames that the province has given. And i think, that suits Masbate well. 🙂 I will post about the Reef sanctuary soon. Thank you! 🙂

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