Bantayan Island’s Pristine Islets You Might Want To Visit

Let’s find some beautiful place to get lost and that place might be in Bantayan Island. Do you know that Bantayan Island have smaller numerous islands mostly around the southwest corner (some uninhabited or uninhabitable). About 20 of these islets stretch for about 8 kilometer (5 miles) southwest from Bantayan municipality port area, with some nearer ones being accessible on foot from the main island at low tide!

Then, I got the chance to visit the four beautiful islets namely, Panitugan, Moamboc, Tinago and lastly, Isla Silagon. I can’t believe at first that the beautiful place really exist because it’s so damn amazing, peaceful, simple yet beautiful and you will really love to stay, but, always be aware of the tide and always leave no trace!

PANITUGAN ISLAND

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PANITUGAN

It takes 30 to 45 minutes to get here. No hurries, no worries because saltwater heals everything!

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PANITUGAN TO MOAMBOC BRIDGE

“To embark on the journey towards your goals and dreams requires bravery. To remain on that path requires courage. The BRIDGE that merges the two is commitment.” – Dr. Maraboli

MOAMBOC

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MOAMBOC

Love at first sight! Wait, love at first sight? I absolutely believe in it! You’ve got to keep the faith. Who doesn’t like the idea that you could see such nature’s beauty and it could be the love of your life? It’s very romantic, you know?

TINAGO

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TINAGO

Life takes you to unexpected places and love brings you HOME. Tinago at its best!

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TINAGO (OTHER SIDE)

Blessed are they who see beautiful things in humble places where other people see nothing.

SILAGON

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SILAGON

When I look at you, I know there is no turning back because it isn’t love at first sight but love at every sight.

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SILAGON (OTHER SIDE)

The water doesn’t know how old you are so fill your life with experiences and not things. Have stories to tell and not stuffs to show.

This might not be the time and place to mention but there is a time and place for everything.”

TIPS:

*enjoy the moment

*always leave no trace

*bring extra clothes and possible necessary things you like to bring

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