There is a large white sandy beach that you can enjoy here but first I suugest you head up the islnad 4 kilometers down the shore line and visit the Bukilat Cave.
It is one of the 8 natural caves in Camotes and is the most prominent. A long time ago, Bukilat Cave used to be the shelter for the people living in the island from the Japanese invaders during World War II. It has been rumored to have hidden treasures scattered throughout this area.
Located Northeast of Camotes, in the island of Poro, Bukilat Cave boasts its icy-cool water coming from an unknown source. Many believed that the water came from an underground spring and the droplets from the stalactites. Some of the water flows out to the nearby sea. It is situated in McArthur, Tudela, Poro Island, Camotes, Cebu.
The entrance fee is P10.00 for adults while P5.00 for children. oing to Bukilat Cave is easy if you ask a local with a motorbike to bring you there. Minimum fare within the island of Poro is P50.00
Perhaps indulge in a barbeque lunch (not included) prepared by a Chef within a local style hut next to the beach or we can provide a lechon and a nice catering event on the boat.
Just ask one of our friendly Caterers to arrange your culinary masterpiece for you. There are no Island entrance if you decide to dine on the island or the dine on the Yacht
Camotes has a large white beach? White sand Beach await the visitor for a day of fun in the sun. The beach at Camotes Island is perfect for all kinds of beach activities. Explore the surrounding azure waters.
Of course, if you are looking for relaxation, you may choose to just spend the day laying around on the white coral sand. Camotes is best for swimming, sunbathing, beach party, outdoor games like volleyball. Its white sand prevails particularly in a sandy area
9:00 AM - Departure from the Cebu Yacht Club
12:00 AM - Arrival at Camotes Island
2:00 PM - Departure from Camotes Island
05:00 PM - Arrival at Cebu Yacht Club
N 10° 39.130 E 124° 28.040
51P E 660498 N 1177900
Quick Description: Bukilat Cave is a sea cave that is a remarkable distance inland. The cave is about half an acre in size and contains seawater pools that rise and fall with the local tides. It has some primitive masonry work and is swimable.
Date Posted: 6/5/2007 7:33:56 PM
Waymark Code: WM1N3V