Malcapuya Island

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a nice white sand beach ,A wide strip of snow-white fine sand, warm clear water, picturesque rocks on the sides of the beach, palm trees from which fresh coconuts were taken with us.
a nice white sand beach ,A wide strip of snow-white fine sand, warm clear water, picturesque rocks on the sides of the beach, palm trees from which fresh coconuts were taken with us.
Malcapuya Island is one of the tropical Calamian islands ( The Calamian Islands consist of 128 islands and belong to the province of Palawan in the western Philippines. ) located , in the Philippine province of Palawan.
The island is really primitive. The sand of the beach is very white and very thin. It is as soft as a flour. When the sun is very big, it is quite beautiful. The blue sky and white clouds and the light sea water, a coconut tree, are quite perfect scenery.
This is the most pristine island in Coron, with extensive white sand beaches, this is one of the islands with a beautiful long-established beach, clear water with shallow coast suitable for playing snorkeling. . There are no restaurants here, so if you want to explore the island more, please bring ready-to-eat food.
Malcapuya is only partially developed  and there are a number of vacation homes available for rent for a few hours -Cost for cottage rental was P750/person.  Can also stay overnight. An air-conditioned motel that supposedly collects electricity from a generator is open for reservation.
The group of Kalamian Islands (Busuanga) is a direction that, unlike the same Boracay or El Nido in the Philippines, has not yet been wildly popular among world wide visitors. But, every year, month, minute, the situation is radically changing.
These places of the Philippines attract tourists with their unsurpassed nature: snow-white beaches and volcanic cliffs, in which emerald lakes with fresh water are located.In 2007, the American magazine National Geographic Traveler named Palawan the best destination for holidays on the islands in East and Southeast Asia, as well as the 13th of the best islands in the world.

Access : Coordinates: / The most convenient and comfortable movement between the islands in the Philippines is an airplane, Busuanga is no exception in this regard. The island has its own airport, Francisco B. Reyes (USU), which accepts domestic flights from Manila (MNL), Cebu (CEB) and Clark (CRK). There are also very exotic seaplane or light-wing flights from / to Puerto Princesa and Caticlan / Renting a boat for a long distance to the island of Malkapuya for 4 people cost us 7050 pesos ($ 141) /
Transfer can easily be arranged with the boatman at the Coron Town pier. Malkapuya, Philippines./ By tour : There are many other tours such as scuba diving, land tours but less popular and high prices.

Attractions :

  • The white-sand beach shore on its Southern part, a narrower beach on its Western side, and another shoreline on its Northern side, it offers a unique view with crystal waters and blue sky.
  • Malkapuya beach : a nice white sand beach ,A wide strip of snow-white fine sand, warm clear water, picturesque rocks on the sides of the beach, palm trees from which fresh coconuts were taken with us.
    The beach here is the top white beach, known as the “Little Long Beach.”

Tip : The island is practically undeveloped. Don’t expect to find restaurants there so bring your own food.Busuanga is only a tourist-based place where there is a primitive civilization (restaurants, hotels) and from where you can make daily trips to neighboring protected islands. On the island There’s a small sari-sari store on the island where chips, drinks & beer are sold.

entrance fee : Bulog Dos and Malcapuya, charges an entrance fee of 200p/person

Activities : snorkelling / photo opportunities / enjoy world-class beaches / Palawan Coron Malcapuya Island Day Trip / private custom Palawan boat tours / island-hopping
guided boat rental / Diving in the Philippines islands /

Go next : Banana Island / Bulog Dos Islands / El Nido / Boracay island / Malapascua Island / Coron island / Busuang Island / Boracay island / Pass Island

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