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Hilutungan Island – Cebu, Philippines Island Hopping

Hilutungan Island – Cebu, Philippines Island Hopping

Hilutungan Island - Affordable Island Hopping

Hilutungan Island is known for its abundant corals and hundreds of tropical fish species, Hilutungan Island is your best bet for those who want to experience snorkeling and diving for the first time. Carefree and relaxing, a trip to Hilutungan will take you up to 45 minutes and is best experienced during the day.

Because of its clear waters up that’s up to 35 meters deep, experiencing the colorful underwater life is a breeze here at Hilutungan Island. Since the reefs and fisheries are well-protected by the local government, you are sure to experience the natural beauty of Hilutungan Island.

Enjoy watching the different forms of marine life from your boat. Interact with the different marine life species as you go scuba diving and snorkeling. With the destination being relatively safe, being on the safe side doesn’t have to be boring.

A worthwhile place perfect for exploring all day. Among the species that can be seen here at Hilutungan are schools of anemone, jacks, parrot fish, blue tiger fish, batfish among many others. Because of this, the marine sanctuary has become for a go-to spot for professional underwater photographers and travelers who simply love taking pictures.

Don’t forget to pack your favorite underwater cameras and have a pleasant trip at Hilutungan Island today!

Island hopping is truly an excellent way to beat the summer heat and to experience summer fun in Mactan. And definitely, it is a way to escape to paradise! If this is your first time island hopping in Mactan, ask Ryan to recommend a number of islands to visit. Just tell him the activities you wish to partake —snorkeling, scuba diving, swimming in a secluded beach, etc.—and the number of people in your group so he can help plan out your itinerary and budget as well as arrange a pump boat and other equipment for you. Boat rental and island hopping service fees depend on two main factors: the size of the pump boat and the islands that you plan to visit. As a rule of the thumb, you need to spend P3,000 to P5,000 to rent a pump boat. Needless to say, the larger the vessel or the farther your destination is, the more you will need to pay. Considering the relatively hefty rate, it is best to go island hopping as a group so you can divide the rate among the members of your group. Note that the rental price does NOT include the entrance fees to several of the islands.

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