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The beach is so pristine but make sure to wear a full-on rash guard/wet suit that covers your arms and legs (never mind if you’ll look funny) as there are many jellyfish sightings in the area. My husband got stung when he was just sitting...More
This is where we had lunch. Such a relaxing beach. There were cottages and hammocks where you can relax. And I think they have a room if you want to stay overnight. We got a bit stranded here due to the engine problems of the...More
This was our second beach site on our trip--and I found this prettier and easier to swim in as opposed to Malcapuya Island.
Not fond of swimming? There are a number of hammocks on the Island for you to just chill in. But the water...More
It a very nice place that I don't even care if I don't eat first (Island to take lunch) as long as you can take photos and swim in the immaculate sea... I thank God for the wonderful creation.. Highly recommended.
Great island, it has golden sands and quite busy during the day as the daytrip island hopping boats use it as a diner place and usually serve their lunches on this island. Have a coconut for 50php and chill in the hammocks!