Information about Digyo Island
Digyo Island, which can be found off the shore of the municipality of Inopacan, is the smallest among the four gems that make up Cuatro Islas of Leyte.
Digyo Island may be the smallest, but it features plenty of sights and activities, such as its white sand beach, which has earned it the nickname "Little Boracay" among locals. Two sandbars also extend from the island, one from the north and the other from the south. These sandbars make excellent spots for photo ops and relaxation.
Travelers may also camp along the powdery shores or rent a cottage for an idyllic day on the beach. Aside from the cottages, there are also souvenir shops and sari-sari stores on the island. There are also tables and chairs for the guests for an extra fee. The island even has rentals for portable or camping tents.
Best time to visit
As the island is a popular island-hopping destination, it's best to plan a trip here in the dry season (December to May), so you can enjoy the white sand beach and blue waters with less rainfall.