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Here are the best white sand beaches Camiguin Island Philippines.
If the video looks fun and you would like to take this tour, click ==>this link<== or the interactive Google Map below and get started.
You can cover all three of these white sand beaches in the same day, but you would be rushed. Better to pack a nice lunch and take your time exploring and snorkeling at each one. We rented a scooter from our (first) accommodations for 350 Pesos ($7 USD) per day to take this tour, which we split into 2 days. That is how we drove around the island for this tour.
All three of the following places are in the above video so watch it before you decide not to do something. It is an amazing tour!
White Island Ferry Terminal: The first stop on the map is where you take the boat to White Island. The boat ride is just 1.5 KM where you can take some amazing photos and see some amazing snorkeling. The boat ride costs 400 Pesos ($8 USD) roundtrip and holds up to 4 people. You can share the boat over and split the fees if you find someone in live willing to do so. You also have to pay an environmental fee of 50 Pesos ($1 USD) per person. The boats start running at 6am. Normally I say to go early for fewer people. But everyone was there by 6am. My guess is to go in the hottest part of the day when people are more likely to be hiding under a palm tree. There are no palm trees on this island so bring something to drink and lots of sunblock. You can rent snorkel equipment for 100 Pesos ($2 USD) before jumping on the ferry to the island.
Manique Island Departure Area: The second stop on the map is where you take the boat to . The boat ride is Manique Island. This boat ride is about 5 KM to the island. You can take some amazing photos and do some amazing snorkeling. The boat ride costs 600 Pesos ($12 USD) roundtrip and holds up to 4 people. You can share the boat over and split the fees if you find someone in live willing to do so. You also have to pay an environmental fee of 50 Pesos ($1 USD) per person. The boats start running at 6am. There are palm trees and restaurants on this island but bring something to drink and eat because the food in the restaurants is $8 USD per entree. Rent snorkel equipment for 150 Pesos ($3 USD) before jumping on the ferry to the island.
Giant Clams Sanctuary and White Sand Beach: These claims are 1 meter wide and amazing. There is no boat ride so you can drive your scooter right to the sanctuary. The entry fee to the beach was cheap (25 Pesos) but the snorkeling to see the large claims was more expensive, about 600 Pesos ($12 USD) per person all in. But it includes a (required) snorkeling guide which takes you to the clams and coral reef so it was a great deal. You do not want to miss this.
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