Baricasa Island is an equatorial coral island, a small island in the middle of the sea. It is the site of the world-famous Baricasa fault. The Baricasa fault is said to have a sea-level drop of 1,000 meters and is listed as a marine protected area by the United Nations. The landscape is quite magnificent. Baricasa Island is also home to many diving enthusiasts, featuring a drift in the water overlooking the big fault of Baric Casa.
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Bohol’s underwater sanctuary doesn’t get enough praise as it should. Just off the coast of Panglao Island, you can travel by boat to Balicasag Island where you can experience incredible ocean adventures – from dolphin watching to snorkeling with thousands of sea creatures at a nearby marine sanctuary. For additional thrill, you can also rent out some scuba gear and dive deeper into the unknown with a divemaster!
Balicasag reef is wonderful place for snorkeling,one of the best I have seen.On Pamilacan you can take a boat to Balicasag it's not expensive if you are a group of people we were 7 people and pay 610php per person.
Balicasag Island must visit when you are in Bohol Island Philippines Balicasag Island is a separate island accessible via a boat part of Island Hopping available at Panglao Beach As the boat neared Balicasag, which is only a 30 minute trip over from Panglao, we could already see the colorful reef from the boat, that’s how insanely clear and pristine the water is. Bring your Family to Visit here it's very nice place.
Joe Arcy Garcia
Balicasag is an island popular for its marine sanctuary where one can enjoy Balicasag Island snorkeling and diving. It is part of the island hopping tour in Panglao.Balicasag Island is home to one of the best beaches in Bohol purely for its glistening white sands and its abundance of marine life just offshore.It is a very small island with amazing snorkeling. The water is crystal clear and there were plenty of turtles swimming amongst the coral. There is a huge drop-off shelf that is great to check out as the fish swim past in schools. We enjoyed the snorkeling here. Lots of corals and fishes. Most come here for diving too.
On the sixth day of Bohol, we are going to the legendary diving spot, Barry Casa.
Bari Casa is a small island next to Panglao Island, with the famous Bari Casa fault, a top diving paradise with rich corals and fish. A group of coral fish swim around and swim a few meters underwater. Large fish over 50 centimeters can be seen everywhere. It is the first choice for snorkeling.
The usual way to get to Baric Casa is to take a day trip to the sea, take a dolphins, dive in Baricasa, lunch on the island, go to the fake virgin island with trailing beaches, and compare to the land day trip Its much more fun. The sea here is really special, it is really the legendary glass of sea water. The island is very primitive, the materials are scarce, changing clothes and toilets are very simple, but as long as the scenery is beautiful, nothing matters.
I and Juanjuan are assigned to a small crab boat. Its really super small and mini, and the little black rowing boat takes us to look at the turtles to see the corals. Since we are all just taking the free diving, we dont need them. Snorkeling in a life jacket, like where to go down!
This morning's luck burst, not only saw the dolphins, but also saw a dozen turtles, known as "breakfast turtles." Don't look at the turtles looking cumbersome. In fact, they swim very fast. I tried the first time to sneak up on the turtles. The experience is really... curious.
Its lunch time after the end of snorkeling, but I took this out to go out and fly the drone. The glass-like Barry Casa and the crab boat are definitely the darlings of aerial photography.
Climb a crab boat selfie, when I was lying here, it really killed me! ! ! But this is the picture of my dream, satisfied!