Sabitang Laya 1/1 by Tripoto
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After two days of non stop island hopping, i am now down to the last island in Caramoan - the Sabitang Laya. This island is easily identifiable because of its huge rock boulders. Amongst the Caramoan islands, the Sabitang Laya has the longest stretch of powdery sand extending up to 2 kilometers. There is a huge Balete tree in the island which is the best spot to relax while waiting for the high tide to come. This part in Sabitang-Laya is rocky compare to the other side. During low tides especially in the afternoon, the motorized boat could not sail because its propeller might hit the corals or seabed.