After enjoying the view and water at Enchanted Cave, we decided to continue our "tampisaw session" in Patar White Sand Beach. It's just few kilometers away from Enchanted Cave, just drive straight ahead towards the end and you'll see another God's masterpiece. There's slim chances of you getting lost since there are signs everywhere :)
The best about Patar Beach is that visitors do not need to pay an entrance fee. The beach alone is for everybody to swim and enjoy. However, there are still miscellaneous fees that are being collected.
Parking fee: P40 pesos (prices vary for shuttles, cars, buses, etc...)
Cottage: P200 to P500 (this is the time to use your best haggling skills!)
Comfort Rooms: P5 and P10 (price depends on what you intend to do; urinating, shower, etc)
Although some of the locals sell and cook food
but for a substantial amount, I still recommend that you bring your own food especially if you are a picky eater. Bring also your snorkeling gears as well as your surfing board because you'll enjoy mingling with the fishes under the clear water as well as hugging the colossal waves especially in the late afternoon.
My one and only nephew with my brother, both enjoying the waters
I can say with conviction that the magnificent beaches in Boracay and Palawan are on par with Patar. I'm overwhelmed that my nephew was able to visit this place without commercialization invading it
My nephew with my sister-in-law
For those of you who would like to visit Patar this Summer, below are map guides for your reference.
photo credit: www.adaphobic.com
Enjoy your summer everyone!
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