You can see many large animals on this island, those animals that have lived in the water for many years, you can see their true faces, if you are lucky, you can also see those whales, ️.
Highly recommended, good scenery with few people. Coral is much better than Balicasag Island. There are so many small fishes, all in various colors. Starfish and sea urchins are everywhere. The little blacks are also relatively simple, they can chat together, and they don't always want to make you pay more.
Yesterday, the snorkeling on Island B did not have enough addiction, so we discussed going to Pamilacan Island today to continue snorkeling. The strategy said that the underwater world of Island P is better than Island B. The boat fee is 1700P because Island P is far away from us. The boat drove for an hour with full horsepower and arrived there. There will be other people to collect the snorkeling tax and then take us to change the boat to the snorkeling spot. The snorkeling tax is 800P for 5 of us and finally returned to the two people who brought us. The 50P tip, they are really good. My snorkel accidentally sank to the bottom of the sea. They were very enthusiastic to help me dive down and find my husband’s classmates who were not watery. One of them accompanied him the whole snorkeling on P Island. Praise that we saw a lot of live corals, saw Jack storm, saw the great fault of the seabed, and saw with our own eyes is a hundred times more shocking than the photo. No wonder so many people are obsessed with it.
It is far from Alona Pier on Panglao Island, so there are not many tourists and the beach is not very lively. However, because there are not many tourists, the ecology of the island is protected. Especially the corals under the water may be the most beautiful place in Bohol. If you don't come, you must not appreciate his beauty.
Pamilacanisland is far from Alona Beach, and it takes nearly three hours to go back and forth, but the underwater scenery is superb. There are many living corals, better than Balicasag Island. There are very few tourists and the sandy beaches are relatively small.
This was our first island visited on our private three island tour. We paid 500 pesos each for viewing two areas both the turtle and coral sections. Though both are accessible from the shore this does...