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It looks like a croc, which is cool I guess, but not really worth the trip. The day we went there were very strong currents, even with life jackets on it was very hard to stay anywhere near the boat. I’m sure it’s great on...More
About a 20 minute boat ride from the Boracay Island, this spot is very popular for snorkeling. You can even ask your boatman to have a simple picnic prepared and have lunch on the beach, on banana leaves, local style.
The island really dose resemble a crocodile, without a lot of imagination. We visited the area on a private snorkelling trip, snorkelling in the waters on the 'ferry crossing' side. Strong ocean currents made progress difficult and one had to swim just to stay in...More
Crocodile Island is just one of the islands in Boracay. There is nothing really special about this island except that the island resembles the shape of a crocodile. However, this island can be a really good snorkeling and diving spot.
This rock is a divers paradise in Boracay! The corals and the fish are plentiful and downright gorgeous...there is so much to see you are not able to see it all in one dive (not sure if that is true for nitrox). Highly recommended!
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Hi! Going to Puka island is a norm. As for Crocodile island, I believed most people just took a boat tour to go around the island. Nevertheless you can check the info when you reach Boracay. Centralized location, usually... More
Hi! Going to Puka island is a norm. As for Crocodile island, I believed most people just took a boat tour to go around the island. Nevertheless you can check the info when you reach Boracay. Centralized location, usually people will take D'mall as the main location to navigate around. Me as a tourist, I did the same thing and for myself anything that is more than 10mins walk from D'mall, I will consider as far. The second reason why I said that it is far is because Boracay island is relatively small. Nevertheless you can commute from your hotel conveniently to the D'mall (where all happenings things took place) via a tuk-tuk (similar to Thailand) or tri-cycle bike at a very reasonable rate around 100-200 peso. Happy holiday!