Information about Mahaba Island
Mahaba Island is one of the landmasses that make up the Cuatro Islas found in the towns of Inopacan and Hindang in the province of Leyte. Its neighboring three islands are Apid, Digyo, and Himokilan. This tourist attraction can be reached via the municipality of Inocapan and is included in the island hopping itineraries offered by the town.
Mahaba Island boasts clear waters, white sand, and extensive wealth of marine ecosystems. The island is partly inhabited, with a small village on the northwest side, and the rest is covered with lush greeneries. As a generally undeveloped area, the island also offers a serene environment compared to more commercialized beaches on the mainland. Along with the beach, travelers can also see striking rock formations from the island's eastern coast, as well as a long sandbar that parallels the beach.
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.