The full-day tour Honda Bay Island Hopping will starts at 7 a.m. when you're picked up at your hotel. You'll be driven 20-45 minutes from the town to the wharf. Snorkel equipment can be rented here before you jump on the boat. You will then be transferred by boat to Luli Island. Luli is a play on the local dialect's words "lulubog-lilitaw," which indirectly means "Now you see it; now you don't." This is because the island is visible only when the tide is low and becomes underwater as soon as it gets high. You will spend about an hour on this island. You can snorkel, swim, and sunbathe. After your stay on Luli island, you will proceed to Pambato Reef where you can snorkel with amazing marine life. You will see giant clams, colorful fish, and live corals. Enjoy sunbathing on the beaches, go swimming or snorkeling in the crystal clear waters and get close to beautiful marine life. After these stops, you'll then have your lunch at Cowrie Island. This is where you will stay the longest. Beautiful white sandy beach with clear waters you can see the fishes. Cowrie Island is named after the small-to-large sea snail, marine gastropod mollusc called "cowrie." The island has a number of cabanas, a pavillion and thatched-roof spa huts, all overlooking the sea and creating a beautiful, picturesque scene. You can top off your tan on the white-sand beach, or just feast on the delicious lunch specially prepared by the staff on the island. Starfish Island has the greatest population of Star Fish (Sea Stars) in all of Palawan, as evident in its name. Symmetric five-armed orange Star Fish are the most abundant type in the area but you may be lucky to spot other varieties. Please be advised that the islands featured in the Honda Bay Tour may vary on your visit. The Tour normally takes in Starfish, Luli and Cowrie Islands. However, changes may occur either due to weather conditions or when one of these three islands are shut by the Local Government, which regulates the impact of visitors on the islands, and on their surrounding corals and marine life. We reserves the right to reschedule, postpone, cancel or change booking in accordance with the operating requirement beyond its control, such as force majeure, or adverse weather conditions.You'll then head back to the city onboard a motorized Banca,which will only take about 30 minutes to reach the wharf.
Have fun and enjoy swimming! Yepey!