Balicasag Island Travel Guide

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Balicasag Island Things to Do

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    by mav_rick Written Feb 10, 2012

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    If you want to experience something which will impact you for a lifetime I recommend Snorkeling with the Fishes and have you pictures taken with the fishes swarming you like bees if you have an underwater camera. If you don't have one yet, you can consider getting underwater camera covers or cases. To see underwater pictures of the colorful fishes you can check the link below.

    http://www.gearupandplay.com/2012/02/underwater-rainbow/

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    • Adventure Travel
    • Beaches
    • Diving and Snorkeling

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    by kemisteryoso Updated Oct 21, 2010

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    If you want to kill some time after you had fun on the sanctuary and wants to try something different or if your food are not cooked yet . Then this is the good time to flex some muscle so you won't end up staring the rocky coast, have a little walk to the lighthouse few meters from the stores. You will pass by some houses and locals of Balicasag so don't shout or laugh so loud coz you might awaken someone.
    The lighthouse is actually modern and not so beautiful for me but I love the adventure walking along the way and a good opportunity to have a different photo background.

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    by kemisteryoso Updated Jul 6, 2010

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    Their fish sanctuary is good not too deep, you can even walk if you want. I never seen so much colorful fish sliding in my hands before just to have a piece of bread. We spent 2 hours wandering around the sanctuary.

    You have to pay 50 pesos per head for the small banca that will take you to the sanctuary. Most of the Boatmen are offering snorkeling gear for 100 pesos and another 50 pesos if you want to wear swimming shoes. The rent is actually cheaper from the Hotel.

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    • Diving and Snorkeling

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