Kuting Reef: A nice, quiet haven South of Leyte

We had visiting guests from California over the weekend and it was an opportunity for us to finally get to visit and see for ourselves a not-so-open secret anymore of a quiet hideway in Southern Leyte.

Traveling straight from the US of A, our guests arrived at NAIA early Saturday morning, then took a connecting flight for Tacloban. So after lunch at Rafael’s Farm in Babatngon we were off for the 3 1/2-hour drive to Macrohon, Southern Leyte.

We had a brief stop-over at the country’s tallest bridge, the Agas-agas Bridge in Sogod, So. Leyte, and we finally reached Kuting Reef around 7PM just in time for a sumptuous dinner.

After a long day, most of which was spent on the road, Kuting Reef was simply a cozy, relaxing haven to dig into.


~ by gerryruiz on 15 July 2010.

7 Responses to “Kuting Reef: A nice, quiet haven South of Leyte”

  1. Amazing shots… simply amazing… thank you so much, Master Gerry…

  2. We had an amazing time at Kuting. It’s a great place to relax with just the sun, sea and surf (not the internet kind, that is LOL). Amazing shots as usual Mano Gerry!

  3. i will visit that place nov. i will visit you classmate

  4. that was a lovely shot of the coconut trees…

  5. i was doing a search about kuting and found this. we spent our last day there. very beautiful place. very relaxing!

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