Subic is nothing short of magnificent. There are no resorts here and is more suitable for day trips. However, you can still camp there; the boatmen assured us that it's quite safe. We spotted several locals line fishing--maybe you can try buying fresh fish from them to cook on the island. Otherwise, if you plan on camping, better bring your own food and drinks before reaching Matnog. There are beachside huts where you can leave your things while you go swimming. It's written on the wooden planks that each one costs P150 to rent.
What's interesting about Subic is its fine, pinkish white sand. I suppose bits of red coral wash up to shore, but it's literally mixed everywhere! (I spied some red-colored sponge-like stones or maybe corals washed up by the shores of Tikling; that might be it.) It is sometimes called La Playa Rosa because of this. The water is a clear and beautiful aqua and is pretty deep already just a few meters away from the shoreline. The waves are less choppy compared to its state before you dock inland possibly because of the island's shape. The calmer waters reside at the bosom of surrounding mountains and rocks. Moving outward there are many coral reefs to explore which is also visible even from the banca. That's just how lovely it is.
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