Information about Nakabuang Arch
Located in Batanes’ Sabtang Island, Nakabuang Arch is an iconic natural rock formation that forms an arch. It can be found on the sands of Morong Beach, which is also called Nakabuang Beach. Its massive size allows people to walk through the arch, and together with the white sand, the blue waters, and the other rock formations on the coast, it’s the perfect spot to take beautiful beach photos.
Unlike some beaches in Batanes, the waves in Nakabuang Beach are not that strong, which means visitors can enjoy a swim. Travelers may also rent nearby cottages where they can relax or have a meal from one of the eateries in the area.
Tickets and entry
You don’t need to pay an entrance fee when you visit Nakabuang Beach, but you need to pay a P200 environmental fee when you enter Sabtang Island. This allows you to explore the island’s natural attractions without any additional fees.
Best time to visit
The best time to visit Nakabuang Beach and the rest of Sabtang Island is during the dry months of November to May. This will allow you to explore its attractions with less chance of rainfall. Less chance of rainfall also means there is a smaller chance that your travel will be canceled or delayed because of bad weather.