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Balicasag Reef, Balicasag Island

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Dive in to take a look at the colorful marine life at Balicasag Reef. See a variety of different sea creatures, from brightly colored clown fish and lionfish to sea slugs, turtles, and giant clams. Rent snorkeling gear on site, or bring your own. Take a break on the beach and try some local food, or bring a snack and kick back while you gaze at the crystal clear water in this tropical paradise. In the mornings dolphins frequent the area. Put Balicasag Reef into our Balicasag Island vacation generator to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Balicasag Island.
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  • with a boat we went swimming with the turtles at sea. To reach BALICASAG you need to take a fishing boat but a Council made you specify what is understood or not this will avoid many surprises believe me. You can see fish from all the color with your mask and your snorkel and go around the island walk
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  • It is a site that is well, too much tourist in my opinion. Expensive prices in the island to eat. Route group boat in search of dolphins to reach the island where you are with many other boats filled with tourists. Many fish and good site for make snorkel, us by save us ones pesos took the excursion in group, by a little more worth it penalty a boat private in which imagine can decide more in what sites dive...
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  • Snorkeling in balicasag is like a combination of Pescador and skeleton wreck experience. Dont forget to include the turtle island in your itinerary. I saw 7 massive turtles and 3 medium sized turtles....  more »

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