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All reviews last stop coconut trees watch the sunset white sand pay entrance fee general luna picture taking must visit place sunset view swimming area day trip rock formations be careful nice beach clear water low tide island
well preserved small island less than an hour away from the mainland Siargao- they have some operators there who can do a whole group package (Galatea) or you can rent a banca and go on your own- just remember to clean up after and take...More
We had the luxury of having the island pretty much to ourselves, which made it feel like we 'owned it'. We hired a couple of locals to take us on their little canoe boat and we had the option of staying how long we wanted....More
There is a 30 Pesos entrance fee- this is to fund the maintenance of the island as we were told.
We could have enjoyed the island swim if the boats were organized and parked further away from the sandy swim area, and i think it...More
Like many other Philippine natural attractions, you must pay to get in (they hound you on the beach, even if you arrive with a tour). You can walk from one side of the island to the other in 2 minutes. Pretty but very touristy.
The island is very small. We could not swim due to the all the boats. The toilet is disgusting, even for the Philippines. Naked Island is much better, but does not have any shade. Daku Island is not far away and is by far the...More
Guyam Island was the first stop on our island hopping tour. It's a small island as guyam means small ant. Lots of tall coconut trees, clear blue waters, white sand beach with large rocks on one side. Be careful when standing on these to take...More