Immerse yourself in the marine beauty of Zamboanga City, as you discover some of the uninhabited islands and islets around the town with this island-hopping tour in Once Islas. If you're a mermaid or merman by heart and loves beach bumming, this day tour is the perfect option for you.
Once Islas is an eco-cultural tourist spot established in Zamboanga. The island group consists of 11 different islands and islets, waiting to be explored. All of them have tourist-friendly features, complete with cottages and trekking trails.
The tour will begin after your guide picks you up within Zamboanga City or in Panubigan town proper. You will then be brought to the port in Panubigan and board a motorboat to start your island-hopping escapade. Your first stop will be at Bisaya-Bisaya Island. The pristine white-sand beach and blue-green waters here truly depicts paradise. You can go trekking on one side of this island where the rock formations are located. If you happen to be visiting during the low tide, your guide can bring you to the adjacent islet, where you can see a small natural pool, perfect for photos.
Your next stop will be at Sirommon Island. This island is popular for its sandbar filled with numerous starfish. If you brought your equipment for kayaking and snorkeling, feel free to do so, as this is considered the best place in Once Islands for diving and snorkeling. Your lunch will be served here in a boodle fight style and packed of fresh seafood.
After the sumptuous meal, you will be brought to Buh-Buh Island, where a mosque stands by its white sand shore. Make sure to take plenty of photos here. The last leg of your tour will be at Baung-Baung Island. There is an overlooking view deck on this island, where you can see the nearby Bisaya-Bisaya Island. After relaxing on its white sand beach, off you go to the port again.
Pack your swimwear and sunblock as you explore one of Zamboanga's rising tourist attractions with this off-the-beaten-path island-hopping tour around Once Islands. Check availability by choosing a date.
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