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Bounty Beach, Malapascua Island

(2.6/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web)
Bounty Beach offers plenty of family-friendly activities and amenities. Feel the warm, gentle sand under your feet on a stroll, and then rent a hammock or spread out your towel and soak up the sun. The crystal clear water suits swimmers of all ages and levels, and you can also try snorkeling. Pick your favorite of the many bars and restaurants to cool down with a drink and try some of the local specialties. Using our custom trip planner, Malapascua Island attractions like Bounty Beach can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • The beach is narrow and very heavily used boats, some small part of you can dip in, on the beach is a few bars and restaurants, the quality in this respect very uneven, a good place for an evening stroll.
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  • Malapascua island is not that great. There's definitely better even in the same Philippines. Come up to here and an exhausting trip it was also a bad idea, or rather, with hindsight, we would have also saved this stage. Let's start by saying that stay here don't need it for more than two days. The island is a collection of local native, pseudo barracks dorms describing themselves as resort, diving schools in every sauce and backpapers young, all white like milk who come up here to try their own ibiza. Basically if you're not diving (among other very expensive unlike countries like Malaysia) it is better to bypass this location for many other much more beautiful and interesting. If you're in our winter months also risks you are whole periods of rain. The only good thing is the smile and the availability of children and of the locals, but nonetheless are safely in every corner of the Philippines. Bounty beach is a coral beach full of boats, water that isn't that great, dogs, uprooted Palm trees, trader, and resort overlooking the beach improvising and proposing a context type sunset-Miami Beach-style bar. Unfortunately the consequences of Typhoon Jolanda are still visible and present.
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  • The beach is mostly catered to the Western visitors than locals. You see a lot of foreign visitors than locals. It's a short stretch of nice white sand beach but that's it. Many restaurants to choose ...  more »