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The Brown Sand Bonot Beach of Carrascal, Surigao del Sur
The last remaining hours of Tutubi's trip to Surigao del Sur was spend island-hopping to nearby islands of Huyamao, Casarica, Ayoke, Inijakan and General Island.
A quiet beach of fine brown sand in Carrascal town, adjacent to Cantilan became launch site of Tutubi's boat he got for PhP1500.00 from a nearby beach resort.
the fine brown sand Bonot Beach of Carrascal has shallow and serene water with several islets nearby with caves and probably bird sanctuaries.
not too many people on the beach resort except few children and dogs. this is said to be a popular picnic place for locals due to accessibility. Candido White Beach may be better for swimming but farther
the launch of Tutubi's boat
There's a supposedly beautiful Candido white beach part of Carrascal and marketed by Carrascal local government but Tutubi wasn't able to visit and verify the claim. Probably next time...