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Crocodile Island

Aklan Province, Philippines
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Just cruised past on a island hopping yes it looks like a croc not quite sure if you can go there and hop off for a wonder ,,,,,water nice but then again all is nice here .................................................

Thank jamiemac63
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The water current is a little strong , but its good you can see the fish , its beautiful , but the kind of fishes is not that so much to see its all the same , but its still good for an activity .

Thank Abby H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

After Balicasag Reef in Bohol, snorkeling in Boracay pale in comparison. The current were strong and there's hardly any fishes despite the boatmen throwing pieces of buns in the water to attract them. I would say save your time and money and spend it on...More

Thank Jaclyn W
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Worth a dip in the sea despite the strong current. Plenty of fishes available but I was quite upset that the boatman threw the 3 buns into the sea instead and left the 5 of us with just another 3 buns to feed the fishes....More

Thank yeoy-m
Reviewed June 13, 2017

A very crowded spot for snorkeling. While there many varieties of colorful fishes, the corals seems to be in danger of breaching. The current was strong when we visited. If you are not strong swimmer, a good pair of fins and safety vest are strongly...More

Thank Repanse71
Reviewed June 7, 2017

The water is crystal clear and lots of corals on the sea bed with fishes along. Prepare to swim with fishes but the waves are quite big around here. For non-swimmers, its best to keep your life jackets on. Not the best snorkelling activity I've...More

Thank cattyrawrs
Reviewed May 13, 2017

Good coral and fish here but the very strong current made it tricky to stay near the boat. Be Careful!

Thank cathhhhhh
Reviewed May 12, 2017 via mobile

Pretty good area for snorkelling given that the surrounding main island is largely devoid of marine life off the beaches. There is a good amount of fish and corals here and although definitely not the best variety I have seen in the Philippines, good enough...More

Thank Colin_777-300
Reviewed May 12, 2017

Snorkelling is more fun in here if not due to the big waves. A lot of different kind of fishes and beautiful corals. But because of the big waves we only spend less time here.

Thank EdyGing
Reviewed May 6, 2017

This is a great snorkelling location if not of the big waves which is the normal when summer time at this part of Boracay.

Thank Erwin T
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Gahyung N
January 13, 2017|
Response from Leveregel | Reviewed this property |
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