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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.
Relax on a spectacular white sand beach, snorkel, or swim in the warm turquoise waters.
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.
The famous Talima Marine Sanctuary is one of the gems of Cebu. It is located offshore and away from the population of Cebu, yet you can be diving it within an hour of landing in the Philippines.
the Hilutungan Island Marine Sanctuary offers a vibrant marine life even in the shallow waters that it is also recommended for entry level divers and snorkelers. This shallow water marine life include big schools of parrot and bat fish, turtles, ribbon sweet lips, black snappers, and many more. Diving is best done during the day, especially if you are a photographer who wants to capture the colourful sight of these marine jewels.
Nalusuan's Marine Sanctuary is located of the island of Olango. It normally takes just over an hour to reach Nalusuan Marine Sanctuary aboard a traditional Filipino "banca" outrigger-style boat. Take this opportunity to kick back and take in the scenery on your way to the Nalusuan Marine Sanctuary.
The San Juan ferry Wreck Dive in Liloan Bay. This is a dive tour that will take you 60m / 180f long ship sunk in the year 200 and lies in 50m / 150f of water. The top of the ship is just inside recreational diving limits, at 35m / 115f. This dive will take at least 4 -6 hours, with long surface interval.
Cabilao Island has many dive spots which are in a league of its own. The overhanging walls, fringed by untouched coral reefs, drop from a plateau to depths of 70 meters / 220f and more.
This is a deep dive only for advanced divers. You swim down a sandy slope until you hit a drop off at about 25m / 75f.