Our first stop is Isla Puting Bato. I felt my adrenaline rush as soon I caught glimpse of the rock formations. I already pictured myself spelunking in one of the caves that huse high-wide snakes. By the way, the island is known to the locals as a home for different kinds of snakes.
Unfortunately, the boatman told us that we cannot land on the island since it’s low tide already. According to him, it’s best to go there in the morning when there is no risks for the boat to bump with the big rocks in hte sea bed near the island. Although it was a site to behold, I was really disappointed that we just took pictures of the island from a distance.
If I only know how to swim, I would swim directly to those comforting sands!!
Onto our next island, we went to Buguitay Island. It was my favourite destination of the day. All my frustations of not spelunking in Isla Puting Bato quickly vanished…totally!!!
It has a wide stretch of sand glistening under the rays of the mighty sun on one side and black rock formations on the other side. Behind the sand is a lush flora that serves as a cover against the sun for the visitors.
As if that was not enough, there are no other tourists and locals in sight. Meaning, we have this magical island all by ourselves!!
After we took pictures to our heart’s content, we ate our lunch and went to our next island. This is kuya roel, expertly maneuvering the boat away from Buguitay Island:
YOU MAY ALSO LIKE:
- Burdeos, Quezon: Getting There
- Burdeos, Quezon: Anawan, Anilon and Binumbunan Island
- Finding Falls in Real, Quezon