Busuanga is a beautiful paradise island known for its tranquil peace sceneries and is the largest island in the group, is located halfway between the islands of Mindoro and Palawan with South China Sea and Sulu Sea and the two major islands Culion and Coron Island. Busuanga is approximately 392.9 kmsq.
Busuanga is known for its recreational diving due to the world war.
Wreck diving is one major attraction for the visitors, where ships lay in good conditions in shallow waters, making it an excellent dive even for the immature drivers.
It also has two beautiful lakes namely, Kayangan and Barracuda known for its thermoclines and fabled gigantic barracudas.
Busuanga is likely a miniature version of Palawan surrounded with smaller islands in close range. Resorts can arrange boat rentals, or you can head down to the market and a boat captain, generally it can accommodate 6 passengers at a time. The tourists can also buy ingredients like fish, meat and request the captain to barbecue or cook them in a group.
The city has three main modes of transportation including Sea, Air and Water. It’s an eco-tourism place, friendly towards tourist’s income. The tourists are welcomed in a very friendly manner.
Average temperature of Busuanga is 28 degree Celsius with wind at 18 km per hour, is usually humid and warm throughout the year.
With approximately 21400 population.
For an animal view experience, Calauit Game Preserve and Wildlife Sanctuary in the northern trip of Busuanga. This wildlife refuge is home to both African and Endemic animals.
The caves out there are big and deep where the tourists are allowed only till the mouth of the cave. the towering dark wall of the cave after the beach, at its base has two openings that leads to the guts of the mountains, further leads to an entry towards a chamber of the cave, its floor has a cracked opening providing a glimpse towards the cold crystal water which filled its miniature lakes. The ceiling and the rocks provide beauty to the cave. The island doesn’t ask for attention, but it’s over powering for the tourists and is beautiful in its own way.
It got its name as Black island from the dark coloured karst cliffs and is surrounded with wide bed of glittering white sand. The beach is soft and supple and is shaped beautifully by the wind and waves. There is a coral garden near the shore, which has ships submerged during the world war. Black doesn’t seem to be inviting to few visitors nor as a name for an island, but this paradise is beautiful because of its colour, which attracts the eyes of the visitors and makes black the colour of beauty.
Island is an ivory of a beautiful beach with greenery and pleasantness surrounding the beach, where as the caves connecting them are less pleasing, black in colour but has its own unique beauty. Together it makes Busuanga a beautiful place to visit and spend time peacefully.