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This attraction is in its simplicity. Electricity is limited to lights & water is plenty due to their stocks of barrels of water.
The accommodation has two verandas, two comfort rooms & three bedrooms.
As to food, you have to bring cooked or for cooking...More
When we visited the place, it was during high tide so we just parked the boat somewhere near the location on crystal-clear waters 6-15 feet deep, all for our own consumption away from the hussle and bustle of the city. The experience was one of...More
It was really nice. I thought it was small but its not. Went there in the morning and got really tired from walking.i wanted to go back to the resort because it was sooo hot but had to wait for a boat... No boats available...More
Just a short boat ride from Island French Resort, you will find the vanishing island. It has a sandbar with mangroves on one side and crystal clear water ideal for swimming. There is a floating store where you can buy drinks and chips. Not sure...More
If you have the chance to go there, go there. Boats are not going at any time. You must negotiate hard with the boaters, they will always try to get p1k from you.
The Island itsself is ok, could be nicer without garbage. This side...More
Stayed here for two nights and three days and found this place to be a right place for solitude. Away from the city, right in the middle of the sea. No one could come and pick me up. A nice place to be away from...More
Just last sunday, I went on an Island hopping tour exploring the beautiful Islands of Samal. We started with Babusanta, then Angel Cove, then passed by Pearl Farm, then went to the Vanishing Island, stop over at Samal's Sand bar, then to Diaz Island then...More