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Nice lagoons

The beach has nice lagoons on the low tide, very beautiful and nice to swim. It's near Pilar. Rent... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
filipam820
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Lisbon, Portugal
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Check the calendar

Everyone should check the calendar before going there, though this wouldn't be applicable if you... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
jakkkoi
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Cebu City, Philippines
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Reviewed 11 June 2018

Incredible place, but make sure you go at the right time. It is best at low tide, as this is the only time that the rock pools are exposed. There are so many rock pools that you can swim in. Crystal clear water and some are quite deep. There are quite a few people there, but there are lots of places to swim. Bring your snorkel and you will get to see lots of beautiful that get trapped in the pools as the tide goes out. Entrance fee is only 50pesos! There is lots of shade and great food available for very reasonable prices. We will go again when we return to Siargao.

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Reviewed 1 June 2018

There is a place where you can dive from the top of a 10-foot high rock. Surprisingly, there are ponds that vary in depth from 1-foot to 15 feet.

Thank Bing M
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Reviewed 24 May 2018 via mobile

We went on a Saturday afternoon & the place was packed!! I couldn't appreciate the natural beauty of the place let alone get a decent picture with no photobombers. It was more like a market!! Pee in the ocean as there is no toilet!! The ladies toilets are both locked. Only two changing rooms (without toilets) are available and one of them was flooded with urine! Yuck! I almost threw up!. No running water either from the faucet in the sink. Wonder where the entrance fees go. Certainly not in the maintenance of the toilets

Thank msbeachl0ver
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Reviewed 22 May 2018

This place amazed me. It has a wide shoreline. And the natural pool is so cool. The best time to visit is during low tide. This is the best beach for me!

Thank Glimzerlyn T
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Reviewed 17 May 2018

If we are reviewing the beach itself, setting aside the nature made hole/pool. POSITIVE: 1).There are a lot of food vendors , tables available for the guests. to eat and just sit and relax. NEGATIVE: 1). The beach front is white sand BUT when you step in the sea water its all rocky..sharp, dagger edge rocky.2). The whole stretch of beach they only have 2 lavatories and 1 shower room(with busted shower knob and shower head).. and NO WATER. 3). Dressing room, lavatories, and shower room...ALL NO WATER AND POORLY MAINTAINED. I wonder as to where does the 50.00 peso entrance goes? 4). The area is not well maintained... a lot of dying trees, roots are exposed due to soil/sand erosion, 5). A little bit disorganized in tables and chairs due to too many vendors, stalls and sari sari store.

Thank csi481
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