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Crocodile Island

4.3/5
71 Reviews
Island/PeninsulaBeach
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Open in 1 mins Open from 9:00am-9:00pm
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 3-5 hours
Address: Malay, Aklan Province, Philippines
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I went there that day because of the strong wind and waves, but the friends who were full of fish were a little scared because of the waves. Fortunately, the boatman on the boat noticed that they pulled it back and reminded everyone to be careful not to get too far from the boat. This time I ordered KKDAY One of the dive sites of the snorkeling group is Crocodile Island. To be honest, there are more fish schools than Puka Beach, but the corals can be seen and they are bleached. At the same time, there is some plastic garbage on the water. I hope tourists can take good care of the natural environment here.

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Crocodile Island was named for the way it resembles a crocodile when viewed on approach. The blue waters surrounding the island are great for diving and snorkeling. Visitors will find the quality of snorkeling at Crocodile Island among the best in all of Boracay. Underwater visibility in the area is very high, meaning it is easy to explore the many underwater features and get a sense for the creatures that inhabit these rich seas.
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