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- Matukad is one of my favorites out of the multitude of islands that are available to tour within the area. This island features a large rock feature which can be climbed to give a beautiful view of the beach front and surrounding area. There is also plenty of shade on the island, for a picnic or to escape the scorching sun. The beach is very fine white sand with beautiful torqouise water. Truly a paradise!Written 1 August 2021This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This is a stopover on the Short Boat Trip itinerary. Regulated cost of 1500 pesos per boat paid for at the Tourism Desk on Paniman beach.
Clean sand, clear water, coral rock formations it really is a scenic spot for pics. One beach has calm water which is where you drop anchor whilst the other shorter beach can be quite choppy.
Probably okay as a lunch stop but finding any shade will be dependent on when you visit.Written 4 April 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Arrived at noon, we really love the view. Very beautiful. We enjoy our journey here and looking forward exploring the area more next year.Written 24 August 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The beach itself is not really used by beachgoers probably because it is not geared toward tourists. When the sun is hot the sand is hot. At one end are a number of basic bungalow accommodations which is where I stayed. About a 15 minute walk to the village area.
The village as a few small shops, two souvenir shops and one nice restaurant across from the beach. It is here you will find the Tourism Desk on the beach waiting for customers to book and pay for island hopping boat trips. The Short Tour is to the Maralad Group and the Big Tour is to the Manlawi Group.Written 5 April 2020
- I like this island. It has clear sea water and white sand. This is ideal for swimming for the sea is calm.Written 29 March 2018
- Guinahoan island was the first stop on my Long Boat Trip itinerary. Regulated cost of 2500 pesos per boat paid for at the Tourism Desk on Paniman beach.
I visited on the weekend so the village beach area was swarming with kids. If you are feeling thirsty invest in a refreshing buko juice. About a 15 minute walk up a concrete pathway to the lighthouse area. Great place to take pics particularly with a beautiful looking beach as your backdrop.
The village has a fee collection desk up here as well. Cost was 50 pesos for my boat and 30 pesos entry fee.Written 4 April 2020
- Island no.2 in our itinerary. The trek to the lagoon is short and sweet. What makes this island / lagoon special is the fact that this is the venue of the previously concluded Survivor Caramoan (US reality tv series). The water is warm and a little bit green. The surrounding rock formations add a touch of serenity to the place which makes this place perfect for nature lovers and thrill seekers.Written 5 September 2016
- It has fine black sand, good for rubbing dead cells from skin. The bottom has no rocks so you can dive n swim freely. Very secluded so d boats take turns in unloading d guests. Nice to relax. Clean n smooth waves.Written 3 June 2017
- This is one of the stops on the Short Tour boat trip. Clean sand, clear water. Nice scenic setting for a refreshing dip. Photo opportunities.Written 5 April 2020
- Mount Isogro an active volcano and national part. A beautiful mountain all lush green. A beautiful road trip. Good Scenery.Written 10 March 2020
- the no other word describe this island because the island is so beautiful it has clear water and dont forget to bring goggles because you will miss the fun
i want to go back!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
see to yourself the beauty of it!!Written 22 June 2016
- This is one of the stops on the Long Tour itinerary. It was low tide when I visited so my banca could only get so close tot he end of the beach and I had to walk about 40m to the beach. There are two beaches here. A short walk brought us through to the popular beach for picture taking. Nice clean sand, clear water and rock formations. Nice example of mother nature. This area is uninhabited so you will need to bring your own food and drink if you want to stay and picnic. A very good coral garden is nearby for snorkeling. I saw my first banded sea snake here.Written 5 April 2020
- Make sure you wear shoes good for climbing. The place is still unexplored. Maybe only a few were able to climbWritten 30 May 2016
- Finding this cave was not easy, you want to start at the tourist office and ask for a licensed guide. If they cannot arrange one at the moment as was the case on our visit you simply need to ask the locals on the way. It was a hurdle to get there and get our guides (you need them) but it was well worth the trouble! This was an amazing experience, after crawling through narrow passages you enter into big beutiful halls full of stalagmites. absolutely spectacular!!
There is crawling and climbing involved so it might not be for everyone.Written 4 July 2019
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