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- Because of my moms boss we had a chance to see how beautiful this place is and we never regret the experience. Local food is 100% good plus the tourist guides are very patient. Each island has a different experience that make us enjoy the place,plus its really an instagramable place because of the blue sky and clear sea water. 1night is not enough to explore hundred Islands and I wish that soon I would bring my mom here again along with the rest of my family.Written 21 February 2021This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Perfect weekend getaway! Peaceful and soulful! You will be enchanted by the magistic view. A virgin paradise indeedWritten 3 September 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- took us a total of 6hours (bus- van- boat and includes stop overs) to get to this be-yu-tee-full island that’s surrounded w/ clear waters of all hues of blues and light green and that close-to-bora white sand. all we felt was excitement and the wonderful anticipation because the island was sooo worth the trip and even if it was just an overnight stay, we were amazed by what this island had in store for us.
at first, the stories about the low tide and receding waters i thought were just jokes, turns out it was true. this beach aint a place to swim or surf, rather it’s perfect for that IG worthy post of your best swim wear, haha!
takin’ a dip in the warm waters were therapeutic and the shoreline is clean and people really make it a habit to pick up where they left off. there’s also lush greenery around the area for that ala-jungle pose or have a pic near the surrounding boats as if you’re marooned in some place.
we stayed at Paradiso Amadeo and our 2-storey tree house was strategically located upon entering the resort, boom! prime property, lolz! the lower floor was the common area to dine or just chill. climbing up the stairs on the 2nd floor can comfortably accommodate 5 sleepers and the attic can accommodate 4 sleepers. at night, we had the mosquito net set up, twas my first time to sleep in one and i had the best feeling and it’s off my bucket list.
as for the food, initially we thought of bringing in and cooking our food but weighing in on the pros and cons, we opted to have the resort prepare our meals. so for an additional 900php, we were served lunch, merienda, dinner, bfast and merienda - worth it, i tell yah!
there are a lot of weak spots re the internet connection and there are times in the day that the electricity supply comes short.
summer is really the best time to visit, though it’s a scorching hot feels, the waters will help cool you down and the perfect tan is achievable, like totes!Written 9 May 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Ok, so they don't allow food and beverages to be brought in, but do their guards have to be so brash when asking to check your bags and personal belongings? The place is old and the attractions are tired. The food and drinks are expensive. Reminds me of those inkjet printers for sale dirt cheap later to find the ink cartridge costs almost as much as the printer.Written 8 August 2019
- one of the last islands we visited because it was too crowded, quezon offers an adventure that is without the other islands. we crossed a hanging bridge that connects to the adjacent island (i missed the name). there is a lodging house with a restaurant.
the sand is fine and white but not as powdery as found in palawan. there is a limited shoreline where one can swim but carefully because of the sudden depth after five meters.
if you want some refreshment, a halo-halo stand offers the sweet stuff for Php 50/glass. an ambulant vendor also sells ice cream.Written 7 January 2019
- There is a new attraction to this island. The over the water zipline from governor's island to virgin island. And there is now a floating bridge from governor's island to virgin island. One of the best thing to do here in Hundred Islands. The view deck at the top is amazing.Written 6 February 2016
- A side tour on this lovely island during our team building. White sand... clear water...the place is a certified instagramable. Worth visitingWritten 19 April 2019
- This island is just a few minutes boat ride from mainland & it has areas with white sand although majority of the area is rocky.Written 4 March 2019
- Matukad is one of my favorites out of the multitude of islands that are available to tour within the area. This island features a large rock feature which can be climbed to give a beautiful view of the beach front and surrounding area. There is also plenty of shade on the island, for a picnic or to escape the scorching sun. The beach is very fine white sand with beautiful torqouise water. Truly a paradise!Written 1 August 2021
- I love the place as it is untouched by human hands. You can see and feel the natural beauty of nature away from crowds and garbage.Written 9 July 2018
- The place is simple yet there's something beyond that.. I guess its the tranquility of nature that makes a tourist feel more relaxed and peaceful.
The place is clean you have the option to set a tent or rent a "kubo" or nipa hut for more or less P850. You can bring your own food or just buy instant noodles from the local store. They have public comfort rooms (basic) and a covered area which can be use as shower room if you are not comfortable taking a bath in open areas.
There's no free water for your shower you need to pay for it per galloon. So if you have a tour to borawan better bring your toiletries.
One more tip be careful with the jellyfish.Written 19 March 2016
- My friends and I went there for community service by May 2018 but seeing the ocean view feels like summer vibes that we must try. Palm trees, ocean breeze, salty air, and sun-kissed hair took us there. Some of the best memories are made in Apuao Grande Island. Wish to come back soon!Written 8 May 2020
- After a long drive you will see a paradise. It was a relaxing place not so crowded place. You can have your own privacy.Written 5 September 2018
- If you're a fan of something unique then this place is for you. We stayed there overnight and it's a worth while experience. We arrived on the island around 10 AM and explored the beauty of the place. There's not a lot of activity in the island but the island offers a lot of places where you can get perfect instagram pics and the view of the sunset and sunrise is breath-taking. If ever you drop by at Nasugbu include this on your bucket list. Some resorts offer island hopping tours and you can include this on the list. Overall all 9 out of 10!.Written 16 July 2020
- We had our lunch here for our island hopping. There are table, chairs and cr you can used. They also sell some pasalubong.Written 14 October 2019
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