Crystal Cove Island is only a 2-3 minute boat ride from Boracay and is one of the greatest destinations for swimming and snorkeling in the Philippines. Along with White Beach, it is also one of the most famous tourist attractions in the area because of its beauty and cleanliness. The island is surrounded by beautiful crystalline waters but the first thing that tourists notice during the approach are the two ominous caves. The first of these caves is known for its exotic pool and the amazing smoothness of its rocks. The second cave is known for its deep tunnel and challenging trek to the other side.
Of course, there are other attractions on the island apart from the caves. Strange statues surround the area as well as native huts made of bamboo and grass. This is a great way to see how the native Filipino has lives for centuries while also taking in the magnificent beauty of Boracay and the surrounding islands. The pristine, unspoiled environment is one of the greatest features and has made this island a popular destination since the 1980s and it has really remained unchanged since that time. Finally, don’t forget the activities you can engage in while you are here. The island is also become popular for its trails which are ideal for hiking and trekking, as well as the many great spots for swimming, diving, and snorkeling.
When you visit Chrystal Cove, you will have to pay an entry fee of 100 pesos and there is also an option to get some home cooked meals and some great souvenirs at a very reasonable cost. Bring your camera and make sure to take a lot of pictures of the surroundings as you move around. Chrystal Cove is a great place to have a picnic or to simply relax and take in the scenery. Regardless of how you decide to spend your day here, Chrystal Cove will be a great choice to visit during your stay on Boracay Island.