Boat would cost you around 500 pesos for 3 hours stay and then the succeeding hour is 100 if i am not mistaken.
a very good place to snorkel since it's a Marine Sanctuary.
If you go here you just can't say no to swimming, crystal clear waters, good visibility and fine white sands.
You can order fresh catch for lunch.
I ate Grilled shells and fish and i only paid for about 800 pesos.
on the other side of the island there's and Agar Farm and on the other side is a turtle sanctuary.
you can venture in the little forest and vegetation the island has to offer.
Don' forget to bring sunblock, beach blanket, and your snorkeling gear but if you don't own one you can rent one in the store were you pay entrance.
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