Yes!! My favorite part! Island Hopping in Honda Bay! Our great tour guide Gloria and bangkeros headed us first in Pambato Reef. Pambato Reef, is one of the well known tourist spots in Honda Bay. It is also known as “Mini Tubbataha.”
You should wear life-vest while snorkeling in order for you stay on top of the reefs. Stepping on the reefs is strictly prohibited! Ouch. But in my case, I removed the life-vest so I can go far beneath the water and have this shot taken. Please don’t attempt removing your life-vest if you don’t know how to swim.
Since it’s my first time in snorkeling, I can’t help not to drink water from it, the water is very salty! We snorkeled in 3 body of waters and I peed each in it. Bangkeros said fishes and reefs love it!
It’s really amazing to see these beautiful creatures. I have to say that I am lucky enough to witness these Pambato Reefs.
Our next stop is Pandan Island. We snorkeled again. Lot’s of snorkeling!
Pandan Island is different from the buko pandan thing, I think Pandan is a tree. Pandan Island is another snorkeling and fish feeding spot!!
If you want fish gets near you, feed them. Have some small bread and feed them slowly. I was afraid at first because they look like piranhas, but nooooo fish are really wonderful!
Our last stop is Snake Island.
They have a small beach volleyball area and you can rent ball for P50/hour. There aren’t much trees on the island, only mangroves and baby mangroves, and it’s really hot in this island
Island Hopping in Honda Bay costs P1,100/pax. Your hotel will gladly book a tour for you!
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