Linapacan is an island municipality in the province of Palawan.
It is situated south of the famous Calamian Group and located between Coron to the north.
It was once dubbed as one of the “35 Clearest Waters in the World to Swim in Before You Die” by American news site Daily News Dig and it emerged at the top spot.
The list also includes world-renowned tourist spots like Maldives Islands; To Sua Ocean Trench of Samoa; the Hanauma Bay of Oahu, Hawaii; Aitutaki of Cook Islands; Koh Phi Phi Don of Thailand; Arnesee of Switzerland and Playa Blanca of Colombia.
The island boasts its white sands and of course, the crystalline waters that surround it. It is a paradise that is comparable to the finest white sand beach of Boracay. Activities in Linapacan include snorkeling, diving, underwater photography and one can just relax and have some wonderful and bewildering experience.
For top spots to visit in Linapacan, check out the link below:
Top Islands to Visit in Linapacan ; https://bit.ly/3L6QZQp
For Linapacan Island Activities, Lagum Adventure organizes 2 days and 1 Nights Island Adventure in Linapacan, available in group tour, and departs every Monday and Friday. For more details about the trip, check out the link below:
Also availble in Private Chartered Trip, contact Lagum Adventure,
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Also available Linapacan Island Day Tour!
It is a must visit destination for it not just possess the perfect waters and sand, the region is so remote with a population of only 14, 180 people which makes it a perfect escapade to have some relaxation for it offers tranquility that one will definitely love.
Linapacan is unquestionably a haven for people who simply want to enjoy the serenity of a paradise. Activities, snorkeling — a marine reserve is just near San Miguel, the main town of Linapacan. There is no beach on the town but one can enjoy the marine reserve that is inhabited with a great deal of marine life. From sea grass, starfish etc., the place has a great diversity of aquatic life to offer. There are also plenty of colorful tropical fish which includes schools of batfish and ribbon fish.