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White island is a sand barge with no shade whatsover. Make sure to arrive very early to enjoy the scenery with less people or plan to visit before sun set where the temperature is much cooler.
Bring sunblock because the sun is really hot in...More
As they say, the earlybird catches the most beautiful sunrise. I suggest 4:30 or 5am because by 7am its either too hot or too crowded.
what to expect:
--bring your snorkel gears
--there are vendors who rent out those big umbrellas and mats
Its a good- sized sand bar with a great view.
* has daily boat trip that is regular through out
the day. Very nicely organized by the locals
and with life jackets (extra)- quite cheap
* boat trip starts at 4:30am, and its...More
Do not know why a small sandbar was called white island. We have to take a 15 minute banca ride, it is really white sand! But for me it is more of a sandbar than an island. One has to go there very early in...More
I am living in Mindanao and I'm very proud to say that Mindanao is the best Island in the Philippines. A lot of clean and green Nature, Caves, Water Falls, Lakes, Mountains, Hills, beautiful beaches black or Whitesands can be found there. When my Family...More
I never been to such beautiful sandbar before, perhaps this one would make it the most memorable experience I have when it comes to crystal water. The water that surrounds the sandbar is perfect turquoise blue. This maybe because of the good weather as the...More
White Island is still a nice place to hang out and relax with Family early morning so its not really hot yet and waves are still okay ..
a must visit tourist apot in camiguin . They maintained it as what it is , as...More