CAMIGUIN: Snorkling at the Sunken Cemetery

Honestly, didn’t know that snorkling at the Sunken Cemetery was that good!

It was not in our itinerary but because a mere visit to the Cross did not appeal me that much except for the mandatory selfie (afterall the Cross is what Camiguin is know for aside from the White Island), tried to ask for snorkling which the Office of Tourism provides with less than Php 500 pesos complete with guide and gears.

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My Sunset shoot at the Sunken Cemetery after Snorkling

I even thought it was comparable to Balicasag Island in Bohol and by the way, both are protected areas. It was low-tide and has the chance to have a selfie with the Old Cross, otherwise, you may have your picture taken underwater which is equally interesting.

Pictures of the Sunken Cemetery snorkling area below:

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Snorkling at the Sunken Cemetery

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Snorkling at the Sunken Cemetery

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Snorkling at the Sunken Cemetery

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Snorkling at the Sunken Cemetery

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Snorkling at the Sunken Cemetery

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Snorkling at the Sunken Cemetery

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Snorkling at the Sunken Cemetery

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Snorkling at the Sunken Cemetery

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Snorkling at the Sunken Cemetery

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The Old Cross

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The Old Cross

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New Cross from the Old Cross

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