Honestly, it was my first time to visit the place and I never expected it to be that beautiful with clear, blue waters and white sand shores. Out of the hundred islands, we were able to visit 7 islands. But before the island hopping activity, one must pay 40 pesos each for the environmental fee at the Tourism Center then rent a boat ranging from 1,000 to 2,500 pesos depending on the number of persons.
First Island: Governor's Island
Governor's Island is known for the "PBB House" built in the area during the PBB Teen Edition. But for me, what is more amazing about Governor's is the view you see when you climb the 123 steps going atop the island.
|view from the top of Governor's Island|
Second Island: Marcos Island
Third Island: Quezon Island
Of all the 7 islands, this is the most crowded island we visited.
Fourth Island: Cuenco Island
According to one of the persons working in this island, Cuenco Island just recently opened to the public. It became open to the public just a month ago.
Fifth Island: Children's Island
This island is indeed for children because the water is very shallow so we decided to swim here.
Sixth Island: Martha's Island
This wasn't supposed to be a part of our itinerary (the 7th island too) but we asked our boatman to take us here since it was just across Children's Island. Our boatman was kind enough to say yes. :)
Seventh Island: Ramos Island
This island is just beside Martha's Island. No need to ride the boat to get here. It's like Martha and Ramos islands are twin islands.