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Went here on a Saturday morning. Thinking it will be packed with people. It wasn't too bad, boats leaving and coming all the time. Stopped here for lunch with the tour boat we hired. Good place to kick back and get a sun tan.
A come on for all seeking adventure , SUN , SAND and fresh water seafood. Walking thru the coconut shaded trees, inching our way to the live display of a variety of seafoods not found in the local market -- It was a great place...More
Chasing salt waters at Caohagan Island! One of the most visited place when you go to an Island Hopping, Worthy to visit because its a for free. They have sandbar, clear waters & very hospitable locals.
We rented a boat to get here and while the cruise was very relaxing because of our scenic views of the sea, the island itself was disappointing. Here are the reasons why:
Too crowded. Seriously, how can one enjoy swimming here when the entire island...More
You can see the bottom of the sea because
the water is so clear.
The place is not dangerous since the water
is just 5 feet deep.
I been snorkeling and I enjoyed much seeing
whats under water.
Our rented boat was just standby near...More
This is a place I love but I've marked it moderately, it's a relatively small island with a community living on the island, there is a market with knick-knacks and a sea food portin, the food is alive so as fresh as you can get,...More
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