The Bakhaw Beach is one of the secrets of the Camotes Island. Secluded and undeveloped, the beach offers visitors a look at how the islands used to be. It features a long stretch of white sand and clear blue waters that has remained unspoiled. It is far from civilization and you need to pass through dirt roads and a coconut plantation before you reach this part of the islands.
Your journey to the Bakhaw Beach starts at the Cebu North Bus Terminal where you can ride of a bus headed for the Danao Port. From the port you can get on a boat headed for the Consuelo Port in the Camotes Islands. You can ride a motorcycle for hire from the port to the beach, which is located in Barangay Esperanza. Bakhaw Beach is around thirty to forty minutes away from the port. It is also close to another tourist spot on the islands, the Timubo Cave.
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