On the contrary side of the white beach, it is quiet and the sea water is very clear. It can be said that this is the most beautiful snorkeling spot on Long Beach Island. It has high visibility and rich fish species. You can see a large number of sea urchins, and there are many kite flyers in the quiet sea area.
In the northeastern part of Long Beach Island, there are few super-people and super-quiet beaches, even few staff members. There are only a few buildings on the beach, which seem to be preparing for a beach wedding. There are only a few crab-footed boats on the shore. It is the feeling of a sunny summer afternoon, quiet and comfortable, without the noise of tourists. Near the sea there are two small islands with caves and bats. If you consult with the boatman, you can pay to wait until you get into the hole. The water is super clear and very suitable for quiet tourists.
There is also a small white beach in the northeastern part of Long Beach Island called Lingligan Beach. This is the last pure land of Long Beach Island in the Philippines. A few tourists and even villagers live far away every day. We came here during the trip to the island. When we arrived, the beach was basically empty and quiet. The sea water here was very clean, the sand was delicate and the environment was very good. Beauty.
I got up early the next day to watch the sunrise, but it was raining. It seems that my relationship with the sea is too shallow. Every time I watch the sea, I often encounter cloudy and rainy days. I do prefer to visit mountains, because the sea changes too little, uniform, unless stormy waves, not as magnificent mountain scenery, a variety of postures, can make me more shocked. How can you miss swimming when you come to the island? So I swam in the fresh sea for half an hour in spite of the cold and rain.