Tinago Cove

This cove is deserted, no hut and fresh water so you have to bring everything. Tinago Cove is actually a lagoon, being completely surrounded by the now-familiar tall limestone cliffs. The waters leading to the narrow passageway among the limestone cliffs were somewhat rough but once you’re inside the cove the waters become very calm. There are two small sandy beaches inside Tinago where boats can ock, making them ideal for picnics.

Tinago has a narrow stretch of fine white sandy beach, surrounded by limestone rocks. You can grill fish and had lunch under the trees, soaked up the sun and fun, and let the breathtaking, serene beauty of Tinago renew your spirits. It would be great to put up a tent here and stay overnight.