"Beach paradise with hardly any tourists." Cuyo Island by cachaseiro
Cuyo Island Travel Guide: 7 reviews and 15 photos
I stopped at Cuto Island for half a day while i took the ferry between Iloilo and Purto Princesa and was pleasantly suprised to find this little paradise island with fantastich beaches, a cute little village with quite a lot of historical points and i was really suprised that the place hardly has any tourism at all.
In fact i did not see a single other western person during the half day i walked around Cuyo before getting back on the ferry.
This is for sure one place i will return to one day for further exploration.
- Pros:Completely free of mass tourism.
- Cons:Takes a long timeto get there.
- In a nutshell:This is the place to go if you want the beach to tourself.
In Cuyo town you have a little memorial over the people from the island that dies in the second world war where Cuyo... more travel advice
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