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Entrance fee is P100.00 pesos. Upon seeing the place we fell inlove. The beach is so nice, clean and beautiful. The small cave is fascinating, you can go swim and the same time chatting. The sandbar is great. Pictorial :) is a must. Best place...More
Misleading: cave is actually very small; and there's too many people (especially on day trip)
BUT: if you get the premium rooms, you get a good view + a jacuzzi inside. On high tide, you can't also swim :(
The resort was nice and has varied swimming pools and the clean beach. The cave pool was just enough for two swimmers. They have huge garden and native kiosk. The restaurant is just close to the bigger pool that you can order quickly or make...More
Went here for a day trip, just wanted to check out the cave. Paid a P100 to get in. Turns out cave was very small, and with people taking photos there's really not much you can do there. Only spent 5 mins there.
This resort probably has the biggest land area on the island. It offers two swimming pools, one exclusively for hotel guests. Low tide allows guests to walk a long way from the beach, which means gathering shells, starfish, sea urchins (for eating). But there are...More
US$ 54 - US$ 154 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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