Camotes in Cebu is composed of wonderful islands from Pilar, Tudela, Poro and San Francisco.

This is Cawit in Pilar. We went here and experienced the white sand crystal clear water, such a great island.

Pier in Pilar. Boats coming here are from Leyte.

Tuleda island gave us the best view of clouds and fisherfolks.

A day in a the lives of fisherfolks.

Camotes is known for the mangroves. We visited a marine sanctuary in Poro.

Bukilat Cave and Buho Rock in Poro Island.

San Francisco, Consuelo and Danao City.

Mangroves play a big role in Camotes' sustainability. It serve as barrier from storm surges, typhoon and calamities. It is also a great source of marine livelihood along the community.

Taking a break for now.


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