Have you ever had the desire to escape the city and experience the breathtaking beauty of nature? That’s exactly what my wife and I did recently as we decided to take a motorcycle ride to Lawit Dila Beach in Alitagtag, Batangas.
Traversing Cuenca, Batangas
As we hit the highway within Lipa City and Cuenca town, we were greeted by the majestic view of Mount Maculot. The sight was simply breathtaking and it was a great start to our adventure. We hit a short stop in the town of Cuenca to fill up the gas of our motorcycle and continued our journey. The twisty road of Cuenca provided a thrilling experience as we traversed through it.
When we reached the Town of Alitagtag, we were greeted by the bumpy road, but we were still able to admire the stunning view of the town. Road widening and construction were ongoing, but it didn’t stop us from taking a picture of the beautiful Church in the town.
Heading Down the Steep Road of Lawit Dila Beach
As we headed down Dingin, we saw that the circumferential road was still under construction. We then encountered a very steep road that seemed daunting, but the locals were looking at us with wonder and excitement. It was a testament to the beauty of the area that even the locals were in awe of the scenic view.
Finally, after a bumpy and steep journey, we reached the Lawit Dila Beach. The crystal clear waters and the fine sand were simply mesmerizing. The beach was not crowded, making it a perfect place for us to relax and enjoy the tranquility of nature.
Photos from Lawit Dila Beach, Alitagtag, Batangas
Our motorcycle ride to Lawit Dila Beach in Alitagtag, Batangas was a truly unforgettable experience. The scenic views and the beauty of nature are something that will stay with us forever. If you’re looking for an adventure and an escape from the city, a trip to Alitagtag is definitely worth considering.
Check Out The Map Going to Lawit Dila Beach
If you use Google Maps, it will reroute you to different road because the haven’t picked up the newly built road. Once you get to Alitagtag Church, ask the locals on how to get there – they will point you to the shortcut.