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This Page Helps Users To Decide If They Need A Visa To Come To Batanes Chamantad-Tiñan Cove

Batanes is an archipelagic province in the Philippines situated in the Cagayan Valley region. It is the northernmost province in the country, and also the smallest, both in population and land area

Batanes has become one of the fastest growing tourist destinations in the country. The relatively isolated islands of the Batanes, the home of the resilient and welcoming Ivatans, with its rolling hills, subtropical climate, ancient cultures, good food, windswept traditional stone houses, and breathtaking landscapes and seascapes which perhaps make it one of the prettiest corners of the world. Its refreshingly chill vibe is unique from the other famous island destinations in the country. Whether it'll be your first time to see the country's northernmost province or you're planning to come back to rediscover the place, Batanes has plenty of spots that are worth your time. 

If Batan Island have Racuh A Payaman and Vayang Rolling Hills, Sabtang boast pride on its cove called CHAMANTAD-TIÑAN COVE. This tourist attraction on the southern most part of Sabtang is arguably the most scenic spot on the island. Get lost in thought while basking the windswept hills and amazing rock formations that leads all the way down at the cove. The one-of-a-kind vista of CHAMANTAD-TIÑAN COVE, coupled with the cool sea breeze and relaxing sound of roaring, splashing waves of the Pacific, can make anyone come back for more. 

Before reaching the hilltop, there are plenty of huts along the way that offer a sample of their locally-made sugarcane wine and Ivatan wild tea, called tubho. Aside from sightseeing and relaxing in hills, you can also find locals, known as Ivatans, wandering the area to lend their traditional clothing – the Vakul and Kanayi, for picture taking purposes. Vakul is their native headgear used for protection against the sun and rain, while Kanayi is a sleeveless jacket they usually wear when farming. .

Here are some pictures of The CHAMANTAD-TIÑAN COVE:

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