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We visited the island and was planning to camp out for the weekend.
We did not bring our own tents instead we rented one in the island. If you are particular with tents I suggest you bring your own. They only have basic tents...More
Been here with my family last year (April) for a vacation. When we reached in there, I love the place because it has a fine white sand and also it was my first time to see a parole in the middle of an island and...More
Canigao is a small island located in matalom leyte..
Its easy to there, if you are from tacloban just ride a van headed to bato leyte and ride a tricycle and tell the driver to sent you in canigao port. They charge you 15 pesos....More
The scenery when you approach the Island by boat is just plain beautiful. A small island, with white sand all around, crystal clear water, and green trees and palms. When on the island, it is just about right...except for the horrible sanitary facilities. The toilets...More
To get there, ask your transportation driver to drop you off in Matalom City Hall or Matalom Plaza, from there you can see the sign, Pay P50.00 for ferry round trip. The Ferry ride is about 20-25 minutes. You can rent a tent there if...More
This island was one of our itinerary as we are planning to have a more than a week vacation in Southern Leyte.
We drive our way from Maasin (our grandparents City), to Matalom. The boat ride is at the back of their Municipal hall, if...More
The water is clear and clean. The place is cleanly maintained but some small garbage are scattered but only to minimum level.
But the comfort room provide less to minimum comfort!
I hope the government would do something about the comfort rooms because I've been...More