Vuhus Island. OK. First things first. If you’re into bar crawl and partying crowds, sex hotels that have an adult channel already on for you, nasty pedophiles, prostitutes who don’t give up for as long as you have enough Benjamins to pay her, then you may leave now and don’t waste your precious time beacause you won’t find that kind of stuff here. But if pristine long white sand beaches that’s also a good spot for running gets you excited, you’re in luck.
Vuhus Island is one of the islands of Batanes, the northernmost province of the Philippines. It’s a cattle ranching island with an exquisite unspoiled long white sand beaches, an extensive coral reef and an ancient burial (Jar-Burial) ground.
The uninhabited island rich in history can be reached by an 8hp round-hulled fishing boat called falowa that’s being tossed around by the ocean swells like cork in a washing machine from Barangay Nakanmuan on the western side of Sabtang Island.