One great thing about exploring the country’s many provinces is that there is always a reason to stop, gawk and be awed. This can be pristine beaches, spectacular rock formations or just scenic vistas. Taggat Bay, more like a lagoon, actually, in Claveria, Cagayan is one.
It’s really scenic when we arrived there from Buguey. Late in the afternoon and the low, overhanging rain clouds creating drama to an otherwise overcast day. It already started to drizzle when we arrive and eventually, after taking a few shots, rain poured in.
I should get back to this place again, I said to myself as the brief visit was marred by the rain. But the place has promise. It doesn’t have the white sand beaches of other places like Cibang Cove in Calayan Island but I was just in awe of the rock formations, of the two hills at the bay’s edge, and the rows upon rows of lampitaws, fishing boats docked at the beach.
It was just spectacular, something that get’s seared into the brain and will always be the representing image whenever I will think of Taggat Lagoon.