Travelled to this little island as part of an island hopping tour. Was totally not expecting a tacky little island with strange and quirky little paths winding everywhere with bizarre statues and ornaments and unusual little buildings/structures placed all over the island. As for the crystal caves, you are required to descend down a tiny little spiral staircase to a cavern that is on the sea edge. The tide was in and the waves were crashing into the cave making it rather dangerous to tread. It was somewhat precarious as you felt as though you might get swept into water with each wave. After all that there was some strange so called crystal object sitting atop of a clearly man made concrete structure that had crystal rocks strategically cemented on. The whole thing was tacky and a fraud. I made a lame attempt at looking at the second and final cave but after climbing down the tiny spiral staircase the cave was rather flooded and a bit of swimming in the rough water was required I discontinued the attempt. Don't even bother with this island folks. If your curious do it. The small price tag of 200 pesos is hardly worth worrying about but it is certainly not what you would expect from what the name leads you to believe.
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