Explore the natural attractions of Cagayan on this island hopping-tour to Palaui Island and the Boracay of the North. On this tour, you will enjoy the convenience of private land and sea transfer, as well as a sumptuous complimentary lunch. This day tour is for anyone who loves spending time at spectacular beaches and discovering destinations that are off-the-beaten-paths.
Your tour will start after your guide picks you up in the morning from your accommodation in Sta. Ana. You will head to the port where your boat awaits you. Hop aboard and enjoy the cruise.
You will be making a stop-over at Crocodile Island. Don’t worry, there are no actual crocodiles in the island. The island was named so for its crocodile-shaped rock formation. This stopover is for sightseeing only, as the big waves make it impossible to swim in its surrounding waters. Take pictures at Crocodile Island before hearing to Palaui Island.
First up is Cape Engaño. Trek to the lighthouse sitting atop the hill. You will be rewarded with a panoramic view of the Pacific Ocean and the surrounding islets, including the off-limit Dos Hermanas Island. Enjoy the view on top of the Cape Engaño Lighthouse and savor the cool breeze. Take photos of the postcard-worthy surroundings before you go back on your boat to go to your next destination: Anguib Beach.
Dubbed as the Boracay of the North, you will find powdery white sand and clear waters in Anguib. It definitely brings to mind Boracay, one of the best islands in the world – minus the crowd. Enjoy the tranquility of this island and take photos of the beautiful surroundings. Swim in its clear waters or stroll along the long stretch of shore.
From Anguib Beach, head next to Nature Village, the camping site of reality TV series Survivor. Experience the healing power of nature by basking in the beauty of the lush greenery. Savor the serene atmosphere before you are taken back to your hotel in the mainland.
Discover the hidden gems of Cagayan, including Palaui, with this private island hopping tour. Check the availability by choosing a date.
- All our guides speak English.
- Bring cash. Not all establishments accept credit or debit cards, and ATMs can be limited.