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The Captivating Crocodile Island Boracay

Crocodile Island Boracay has been one of the famous attractions in the island of Boracay. This island has the shape of a crocodile head from afar thus, it was named Crocodile Island.

The island has a tract of land that is easy to traverse and made it an ideal place for diving and snorkeling activities.

Boracay is known for its attractions such as the talcum white sand, blue waters clear as a crystal, breathtaking views, restaurants, bars, and both indoor and outdoor activities. Boracay has all the facilities that would cater their guests needs for a cozy accommodation and limitless activities. The island is also known as the best get away place for people in search for tranquility and break from all the hustle and bustles of their busy world.

The feeling of satisfaction, peace, serenity and the like are brought about not only by the place itself but of the exciting activities that you may indulge in while you are on the island. It is in Boracay that guests get the chance to enjoy an activity that would need others to go to a place for an experience. Boracay offers a great variety of water sports activities that their guests can choose from. These include banana boat ride, snorkeling, island hopping, windsurfing, kayaking, flying fish and of course the ever famous scuba diving.

Scuba diving is not merely all about submerging yourself under the water of the island. It is also all about exploring the beauty of marine life you could find under water. With this, diving spot does matter. It is very important for divers who want to have everything worth their money and effort. Satisfaction can be achieved if divers get to see the beauty of different marine life and will have an experience worth keeping. There are actually many diving sites in Boracay and the islands surrounding it. Boracay diving facilities can actually lead the divers to these beautiful and amazing diving sites.

Speaking of diving sites, Crocodile Island Boracay is considered by so many to be one of the best diving site in the island. You will certainly enjoy the view that you will be able to witness and be mesmerized with the marine life you see only in this diving site.

Crocodile island is located at the southern tip of Boracay. Currents can sometimes be strong in this area between Boracay and Panay Islands. Extra attention should be considered by divers if they want to explore its marine life. The place makes any diving expedition an outstanding experience and far beyond compare.

Just a stone throw away from Boracay island itself and 15 minutes away from the main White beach of the island, Crocodile Island is the best site for divers of all levels. This island is crowded by various marine life.

Crocodile Island Boracay has a enormous assortment of marine life that includes schools of fish, nudibranch, lion fish, scorpion fish, moray eels, cuttle fish, sea snakes, gorgonian fan corals and a lot more. Fish life also includes wrasses, sweetlips, groupers, snappers and banded sea snakes.

Any Boracay resort hotels can arrange a diving trip for their guests and/or they could go directly to any diving facilities found in paradise island of Boracay. Equipment and professional divers are on hand to assist the trip to the crocodile shape island. The place is also ideal for snorkeling that comes with island hopping tour package for about Php 2,500.00.

So if you really want to make an experience truly amazing and worth keeping in Boracay, be prepared to be mesmerized by the amazing beauty of the Crocodile Island. Explore and discover the beauty of the deeply captivating Crocodile Island Boracay.




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