Roaming Around Camiguin: Day 2 - White Island
|Sand, sand, and sand|
How to get there:
If you are staying in Paras Beach Resort or anywhere in that area (we stayed at Camiguin White Island Resort which is just beside Paras Beach Resort), you can actually walk to the port where the boats to White Island dock. If staying in Mambajao or Bahay Bakasyunan, you may take a motorela (their version of a tricycle) to Brgy. Yumbing (or just tell the driver to drop you off at the corner where the street going to Paraas Beach Resort is). From there, you can just walk your way to the port.
|Our boat to White Island|
Trips to White Island are usually done at sunrise (call time is at around 5:30 am). Although, to be honest, I don't see the point of doing this aside from having to avoid the harmful rays of the sun. In my honest opinion, I'd rather go here at 6:30 am and watch the sun shed light on the white powdery sand, and appreciate its pure charm.
|Horseshoe-shaped sand bar|
|Waves at the White Island|
|Fresh sea urchin|
|Bare beauty of the White Island|