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Santa Ana – another paradise of northern Philippines

Santa Ana is a 2nd class municipality in the province of Cagayan, Philippines. It is situated in the northernmost part of the Philippines. It is home to breathtaking places – from pristine blue waters and fine sand, to rolling hills and enchanting colonial structures, to mystical caves and endearing people. It is dubbed as “Untouched Paradise”, “Gateway to the Pacific”,“Luzon’s Last Frontier” and “Marine Sanctuary”. Indeed, paradise by any other name is still paradise.

Santa Ana, Cagayan is one of the 7,107 other islands in the archipelago. It is touted as Luzon’s last frontier, nestling on the edge of the northernmost province of Cagayan which juts out from Luzon like a huge thumb.

Going to Santa Ana will takes two hours away (158 kilometers) from Tuguegarao, the capital of the province. From Manila, it would take you a 12 to 16 hours to reach it.  But it is something well worth it after you see the beauty of Santa Ana.

The Best time to visit is from May 19 to 28  because it particularly festive in Santa Ana during that days.

Santa Ana is a mix of agricultural, commercial and agricultural economy. Most of the commercial and industrial activities were at Port Irene as the Cagayan Economic Zone Authority (CEZA).

Some of its agricultural and aquatic products are rice, corn, peanut, fish, lumber, shells, etc. Among its natural resources are limestone deposits at Bawac Mountain, coal at Carbon Mountain, Santa Clara and guano deposit at Kapannikian Cave.

Aside from the Cagayan Special Economic Zone, scenic spots and historical landmarks are present in this town includes the Cape Engaño Lighthouse at Punta Verde point,  White beaches like Anguib Beach, Mapurao BeachNangaramoan Beach and Gotan mangrove forest and waterfalls.

The place is very peaceful and can be an intimate location with your love ones. This is the place away from the hustle bustle of the city. All you have to do is relax and relax and relax. Then take photos as much as you want to. Santa Ana is indeed blessed with beaches, mountains, fresh air, and blue seas. This place is worth visiting.

You can also visit the Port San Vicente for a snack at Country Inn located at Centro, Santa Ana. They served a mouth-watering pizza, clubhouse, carbonara and spaghetti.

Have a lots of fun and enjoy your holiday with the nature as well as the beauty that surrounds Santa Ana.

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