Breath-taking Calamian Islands
The Calamian Islands is a group of 128 islands located in the South Korean Sea, on the territory of the Philippines. It is a real tropical paradise with picturesque nature, beautiful beaches and original culture of the local population.
Most of the islands have a quaint karst topography that distinguishes them from the rest of the Philippines.
A couple of curious giraffes in a wildlife sanctuary on the island of Kalavit.
Traditional rowing boat, very common type of transportation in the Philippines.
A local fisherman cooks dried shrimps in his yard.
La Estancia Busuanga Resort on the Busuanga Island.
The Calamian archipelago attracts all the amateurs for rowing sport.
Classical island food: fried fish, aubergine salad, and chicken.
Low-prime virgin beaches are common in the Calamians.
The sinks hanging on the windows adorn the local hut on the island of Coron.
The waters surrounding the Calamian Islands are replete with representatives of flora and fauna. Also you can see sunken ships of the Second World War on the botton.