A lot of locals introduced the activity at a very high price ranging from Php 2000 to Php 2500 per person.
While walking along the long beach of the island we met Mang Rolando who gave us a very tempting discounted price of Php 1000. At first I thought this was the best price I could get for the Marine Walk, so I exchanged contact numbers with Mang Rolando and reserved the 11am schedule the following day.
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Me and my friends decided to walk around and continue to meet locals who offered the same activity at Php 2000- Php 2500 but nothing can beat Mang Rolando’s price. He was telling us a lot of things about the Marine Walk. In addition, he said we can get a free picture and videos underwater and they will give us a DVD copy of it.
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