◊  Swimming, snorkeling, fishing, island exploring and nearby kiteboarding*
◊  Beach strolling with lots of shells and spectacular sunsets                  a008-cartoon-crab-clipart_medium
◊  Volleyball, badminton and table games
◊  Intimate fireside beach parties
◊  Wide selection of music for the right moods 
◊  Wide selection of  DVD movies for after dinner entertainment 
◊  Small library and book exchange
◊  Best place to chill-out
 A few motorized fishing boats (bangkas) regularly depart from this beach including our own for unique half or all-day excursions to nearby uninhabited islands. Trips normally go fully supplied and always accompanied by experienced 2-man crews.  Also two small paddle boats (barotos) for up-close reef viewing and children. Essential snorkels and masks available                                                                                                            21                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  

 Presently there is no scuba diving within the 45+ islands of the Cuyo Archipelago.   We often meet divers passing-thru and the consensus is there is potential for future development of this sport. If and when it comes, be assured we will be at the forefront of it’s introduction. Popular regional dive sites include CORON and the UNESCO World Heritage site TUBBATAHA REEFS NATURAL MARINE PARK      

   *Ours is not a seasonal kiteboarding beach. We promote sustainable ecotourism practices by helping to maintain a healthy reef system and thriving coral garden. The secluded location makes it nearly always uncrowded and the best place for swimming and snorkeling on the island.        

Effective Apr 17 we unfortunately can no longer recommend any services of the cuyo watersports association.