MARARISON: A white sandbar to paint with colorful memories

Malalison or Mararison Island is an unexploited 55-hectare hook-shaped island – barangay found in Culasi, Antique.

Dubbed as ‘mini Antique’, it can be reached by a motorized pump-boat (more or less 20 minutes ride, depending on the weather) from the main town’s coast.

The island is well known for its awesome landscape (ala Batanes), clean beach front and crystal clear blue waters. It has a white sandbar which stretches about 100 meters from the beach and is changing its curve according to waves’ movements.

At the beach, local and international tourists usually enjoy various water activities like snorkeling, fishing, and sailing and the likes.

Did we enjoy the Mararison coast?

Surely we had fun! Check these photos!

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And if you think that the sandbar makes it all..

let me say that the island’s landscape is scenic, too!

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Credit: Tonzie Gay Photography

 

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