Island Hopping Tours
You'll never run out of islands to discover in the Philippines. Discover over 7000 islands in the Philippines with these tours and find out why the country is a top island and beach destination not just in Asia but the whole world.
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Frequently asked questions
How many islands are included in the tour?
Typically, you will get to visit 3-5 islands per island-hopping activity. Take note that some islands are only accessible during the low tide and are weather dependent.
What should I bring on an island-hopping tour?
Expect to get wet during the tour so keep your belongings safe inside a waterproof bag. You should also bring sunblock, towels, and extra clothes.
When is the best month or season to go on an island-hopping tour?
The best season to go island-hopping is during the dry season, from the months of December to May. For more detailed information on climate and weather, you can read travel guides on each Philippine destination.
How long does the tour last?
Island-hopping tours usually run for 6 hours up to 16 hours. Allot a full day for your island-hopping tour to enjoy the best of the islands.
Can I join an island-hopping tour even if I don't know how to swim?
Yes! You’ll be briefed on the safety policies of the island-hopping activity. Life vests will be provided by your guide and must be worn during the tour.
Are there food and drinks included in the tour?
Most island-hopping tours include food and drinks. The food is usually prepared by your guides and are served in one of the islands you’re visiting. Use your bare hands for an authentic Filipino dining experience.
Is it safe for kids to join an island-hopping tour?
Yes! Kids are welcome to join island-hopping tours. Take note that some tours are more child-friendly than others. For example, El Nido Tour D is best for families with kids because the stopovers are all beaches. When booking a tour, check the description where you can find the age restrictions.
Will there be tours during rainy or bad weather?
Take note that the cancellation of island-hopping tours depend on the discretion of the tour operator, the local government and the coast guard.