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Information about White Island

4.6
113 Google reviews
Type
Natural Feature
Distance From City Center
6.6 km
Family Friendly
Yes
Average rating
4.6
Number of reviews
113

White Island

White island in Camiguin

One of the rising attractions in Camiguin, White Island is one of the must visit places for tourists who crave white sand beaches even for a short visit. The island-sandbar is more popular with its C-shape island whenever the weather is good, as it usually changes its shape throughout the weather and tide conditions.

The island is 1.8 kilometers away from the land and can be accessed by a small boat along Mambajao, if guests are already coming from the Camiguin town proper.

 

Activities to do in the Island

The island is one of the perfect getaway for relaxation and just a short stroll along the white beach. Since it is uninhabited, no residential, commercial and other infrastructures are built along the island. Visitors are encouraged to bring their own sun shade or rent parasols to the vendors once they’ve arrive in the island.

Aside from walking along the powdery white sand, it also offers an astounding panoramic view of the Camiguin Island, and even a good view of Mt. Hibok Hibok and Mt. Vulcan that can also serve as a good backdrop whenever visitors take a photo of the island.

Most foreign tourist dive in the island as the underwater houses different species of aquatic animals and even numerous coral reefs are found beneath the blue waters. While typical families enjoy an hour swimming and playing with their children with the white sands, or poses for creative photos that they can cherish throughout the time.

 

Nearby Attractions

The island can only be accessed via a chartered boat as it is not accessible by land transportation. After spending enough time swimming, snorkeling, or simply enjoying the Island’s naked beauty, guests usually proceed to also visit other nearby tourist spots such as the Sunken Cemetery, Giant Clams Sanctuary and Tuasan Falls to name a few.