Tulang Diot Island in Camotes offers a serene beach escape with white sands and clear waters. It features a small restaurant, rental cottages, and the option for overnight tent stays. At night, enjoy stargazing away from the crowd. The boat fare is Php 40/head, with an environmental fee of Php 20.
*Fees may change without prior notice.


Santiago White Beach is one of the most popular destinations in the Camotes Islands, renowned for its stunning stretch of white sand and clear turquoise waters. It is especially suitable for children, offering open access to everyone. The beach area is well-equipped with amenities such as resorts, restaurants, and rental shops for sports equipment, serving both local and international visitors.


Lake Danao Park or the Lovers Lake is said to be the largest lake in Cebu province. It has deep blue waters and a serene aura with its singing bird and breeze. Several activities can be enjoyed when visiting this place such as kayaking, zipline, boating, and horseback riding, among others.


Busay Falls, a charming, small waterfall, located in Poro, Camotes Island. The clear waters invite for a refreshing swim, making it a delightful escape for those seeking tranquility amidst nature’s beauty.


Amazing Island Cave stands out as our top pick on Camotes Island, living up to its name without disappointment. Offering expansive swimming areas and depths perfect for snorkeling, we highly recommend bringing a mask and snorkel to fully enjoy its underwater beauty.


Paraiso Cave in Camotes is an underground gem featuring a stunning turquoise swimming hole. As the most developed cave on the island, it boasts a surrounding resort and restaurant. With comfortable seating areas carved into the rocks, visitors can relax and enjoy the cave’s serene atmosphere, provided they’re comfortable in enclosed spaces.


Bukilat Cave, located in Tudela on the Camotes Islands, is famous for its impressive stalactite and stalagmite formations and a natural skylight that beautifully illuminates its interior. Historically a storm shelter, this natural wonder offers visitors a serene and mystical experience, highlighted by its clear tidal pool. A must-visit for its blend of natural beauty and historical significance.



Timubo Cave stands out with its raw, natural setting, offering a serene swimming experience amidst rock formations and stalactites. It contrasts with the more developed caves of Camotes, providing a tranquil and adventurous escape from crowded destinations.



Heaven Cave, a hidden treasure among Camotes Island caves, offers a serene swimming hole. Though not as popular as Bukilat or Paraiso, it’s a beautiful spot worth visiting if you have the time.



Experience the thrill at Buho Rock, Camotes Island – a prime cliff-diving spot with levels for everyone. It’s not just about the leap; enjoy stunning sea views, making it a perfect blend of adventure and scenic beauty. A must-visit for a memorable island experience.


Mangodlong Rock, with its unique formations and pristine beach, offers not just natural beauty but also relaxation. This spot features crystal-clear waters for snorkeling, a restaurant for dining, and a pool for leisure, encapsulating Camotes Island’s charm.


The Baywalk on Camotes Island offers a picturesque promenade along the sea, providing a peaceful setting for leisurely walks, scenic views, and a taste of local life. It features small stalls and eateries where visitors can enjoy local snacks and refreshments. It’s a favorite among locals and tourists for relaxation, socializing, and enjoying the natural coastal environment of Camotes Island.