Potipot Island is an ideal place to go for swimming. The sands are so beautiful, from pinkish-cream to opalescent white. The waters are so clear and clean, the sky is so blue with beautiful clouds, and the island is green with trees and vegetation.
Entrance fee is only P50/person for day tour. Native huts can be rented for day tour or overnight stay (only P500 for the small hut; P1,500 for 3-room cottage), picnic tables and benches are free (first come, first served basis).
There are artesian wells for washing and shower rooms for those who want more privacy in cleaning up.
Potipot Island is so small, you can walk around it in about 20-30 minutes. The beach area is not very difficult to traverse despite the rocks and fallen trees; in fact, the driftwoods and different kinds of rocks and coral stones make beautiful photography subjects.
As an option, if you don't want sand grit on your feet, you can walk on the sides of the island, where you can enjoy examining the trees and flora, and occasionally spot some birds.