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Once you pay 25 pesos to the house keeper of the dammaged Los Bamboos Garden hotel he will show you the cliff jumping site. Depending of the tide the jump is between 12 and 18 meters high. Initially we thought it was too high....but when...More
Walked 2km from Blue Corrals (approx 30min) but you can ride a habal2x on your way to guimbitayan beach. Too bad when we arrived at the beach, a not-so-good guard is telling us to not swim in the beach. I mean, we do understand that...More
To get to Guimbitayan beach you can either go by boat or by following the the twisting path through Guimbitayan village. Here's the instructions: Follow the path into Guimbitayan and then follow the motorcycle tire tracks (left, right, left, right, right, left, left, right, right,...More
Nice to sit and chill but beach has a lot of washed up debris and rubbish. Also not bad for snorkeling but again a little too much rubbish. Snorkel tours drop by and there is a wreck dive near by. Worth a visit, can also...More
It's hidden by many fisherman houses one of the more beautiful beaches in Malapascua. Many travellers who manage to find it will be awe by the beauty and serenity of the place. It's a triangular landscape with white soft sand on both side. On the...More
Guimbatayan beach was our last stop during the island tour (by habal habal!)
It is very beautiful - pure white sand, clean, powdery, wide beach - and it is really long - must be about a kilometer long.
There is a resort at the northern...More